stuff we drool about

Bookbike | By Byografia

Showcase your prized bike at home with the cool Bookbike by Italian design studio BYografia. The original piece of furniture is divided into two sections, on one side a typical shelving unit for keeping your belongings, the other craftily holds your bike. The unit comes complete with adjustable hooks to fit any size bicycle.

Also check out a similar option, "Shoes Books and a Bike"




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UPSTATE LAKE CAMP | NEW YORK | Image

UPSTATE LAKE CAMP | NEW YORK

Our latest weekend retreat dream is this stunning rustic waterfront cabin in Upstate Lake Camp - New York. It was designed by rustic dwellings experts, Pearson Design Group, a company that specialises in projects from large multi-structure ranch and family camps to intimate, highly detailed retreats such as this. Not much more info on the project, but it sure looks like the perfect getaway from hectic New York city life... the photos are enough to drool over....
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OFFICE PODS

The way people work is changing - the cost and inconvenience of commuting to work everyday is increasing, and advances in computer and networking technology are making the viability of working from home a realistic alternative to traveling to an office everyday. We have rounded up some of the coolest office pods for working from home. Check out some more photos and product details after the jump...  ...
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THE SHACK WEEKEND RETREAT

If you live in a hectic city, at weekends you might feel like escaping to a place completely disconnected from technology, this might inspire you. The Shack is a weekend retreat designed by Broadhurst Architects for a family from the suburbs of Washington D.C., it is located on the southern slope of South Fork Mountain, near Upper Tract, West Virginia. The little rural structure is a cross between tent camping, and weekend cottage, it has no electricity ...
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