Los Molles House of Cachagua Chile

At first look the atmosphere of peace and tranquility, will enter your being, at this retreat from the hectic pace of day to day city life. Located in the off-coast area of Chile, surrounded by nature, only a short strawl away from the Pacific beaches.

The house itself was designed by DRN Arquitectos, along with the beautiful gardens that surround it. Living at this serene location is to be one with nature.

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Luxury Outdoor Furniture from Roberti Rattan

Traditional combinations of wicker with rattan, has been responsible of a whole new collection of outdoor furniture, that takes advantage of almost five decades of research and improvements on what materials to use, for creating your own little piece of paradise.

The furniture can be used outdoors as well as in doors, in lounges, living rooms, but also gardens. through use of aluminum and polyethylene optimal protection against extreme weather conditions is guaranteed, and so are the tables, that are constructed from solid teak wood, that was made to last, but also to be pleasing to the human eye. The luxury furniture, requires almost no maintenance, and can be left outside, even during the winter months.

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Dominion Tables by Michal Maciej Bartosik

At one instance they are perfectly solid and in another they are a mere void, such is the nature and the true description of the Dominion tables. If any of you were present at the ICFF you would have understood what I am talking about, for the other, it is the dominion series from Michal Maciej Bartosikthat are being talked about here.

Dominion indeed is a complete series of light objects that reproduce the abstract universal plane ad infinitum. What is interesting is that the products are ambiguous in form and scale and they exist as both solids and voids. The series is now a part of the Klaus Collection and is available through Klaus by Nienkamper.

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James Boned Inspired Balnearn Boathouse

This Boathouse is a pure consequence of watching James Bond movies ardently and it is dubbed the Balnearn Boathouse. The facility has been finished by Mckenzie Strickland Associates and it is located on the shore of Loch Tay.

It has been constructed over an artificial cave and that allows space for a speedboat to be driven in and tethered to the ceiling before an electric winch hoists it into mooring position-perfect James Bond Style. Talking about the living space, the boathouse has a kitchenette, shower room and a fold-away bed. The roof of this house has been purpose-built to look like the extension of the loch itself. There were a lot of technical complications involved in bringing up this facility on water but the design team did a fabulous job.

Team Synergy’s Quism Lets You Travel, Cook and Dine Just Anywhere

With the technology evolving with better and better gadgets surfacing every damn day, it is time to upgrade our kitchens with some of the goodness from the world of thingamajigs. We are talking about Team Synergy’s Quism interactive cooking platform which lets you cook and dine almost anywhere. This is one intuitive and interactive system which renders the facility to cook and dine with the family using features such as tele-cooking, tele-dining and even sharing of recipes.

This implies that you may be physically away from your family but you can still cook and dine with them. What is more is that this cook-top uses a dehumidifier technology that helps generate its own water reservoir.  I see great use of this product in those amazing recreation vehicles which are so often used for permanent living and traveling.{found on Electrolux Silver }

Modern Garden Bench Furniture By Perantonio Bonacina

To turn a garden in a wonderful and serene place, where a person can relax, one needs the furniture to match, and the modern Garden Bench Furniture By Perantonio Bonacina fits that role perfectly. The bench was created by designer Perantonio Bonacina, and breathes his Italian roots. White paint was used to give the bench its fresh appearance while its unique shape will attract much attention, yet does not take away from the garden surroundings, but adds to it. The bench was designed in order to provide comfort for anyone, who is seated on it, while adding the finishing touch to any garden, with its stylish and modern appearance.

The Garden Bench, creates a modern yet timeless impression, that fits in with any surroundings, and adds class and style to any garden, yet is subtle enough not to draw away from the rest.

Modular Wine Buffet is a Great Built-In Cabinetry Alternative

You can have those built-in cabinetry designs for stacking your wine only at places where you reside for a lifetime, meaning the houses you own permanently. For people who have to keep shifting bases because of their work nature or other reasons should prefer this Modular Wine Buffet rather than coming up with a built-in cabinetry at all times.

The buffet is a great alternative and it also stores and displays your necessary entertaining essentials. Mahogany has been used to craft this offering along with hardwood and mahogany veneer. Those looking for a more detailed description should know that this buffet includes 3 wine grid bases and each of these bases can accommodate 24 bottles. To take the entire package home, you will have to shell a maximum of $849.

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