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Giant Grass has created the "Pod Froute" a small accommodation for glamorous camping.

Nature is, and always will be, the largest model for design.

Inspiration can be found in the feather of a bird, in an underwater reef, or structure of a seed of eucalyptus.

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A shelter suspended between trees

The Dutch farmer Bruno Grunne and architect Nicolas d'Ursel of Trees and People are the creators of the innovative project of this hut suspended.

The end result is a true haven of easy installation and leaving no trace, without any impact on the environment.

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Among the stars with the tent Roomoon

The company has produced a Hanging Tent tent suspended air dedicated to those who do not want the traditional camping, but certainly the glamp (glamorous camping).

Call Roomoon room, is a portable tent-shaped ball that hangs between the trees.

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A small house diagonally in the forest

This house pendant is an innovative concept created by the architects Czech Uhlik Architekti, formed by architects Petr Uhlik, Jan SORM and Premysl Jurak.

The house, called Forest Retreat, is built with a diagonal shape, the upper part rests on a giant boulder.

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A home climbing on the cliffs over the ocean

The architectural firm Modscape, specializing in prefabricated architecture has created this concept of house climbing on the cliffs above the ocean.

The project was created as a holiday home for a couple of explorers, in the Australian state of Victoria.

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A small portable house built with two large water tanks

It carried out starting from two huge water tanks and a few other materials, for the most part recycled, Taku-Tanku is a small portable home simple and quick to construct.

"Taku-Tanku", can accommodate two or three people, could potentially be used as a shelter, say its creators, the architects Stereotank and Japanese designer Takahiro Fukuda.

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A bed and breakfast for dog lovers

No it is not a joke, for all dog lovers, we found the perfect place to stay!

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Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects / Window house

Positioned on a compact strip of land between the sea and the road, Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects They designed in Kanagawa, Japan, "house window":

a small residence built around a scale which offers sweeping views of Mount Fuji and Sagami Bay. The three-story structure is defined by large openings on both sides that allow the light to permeate inside. Because of its location perched Home protect its inhabitants from floods.

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