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Titan Deep Freeze Cooler

It’s officially beach season, and if you are looking for an affordable cooler that also looks good, check out Arctic Zones popular zipperless coolers. The Titan Deep Freeze line includes a 9, 16, 30 and 48 Can size, all feature DeepFreeze high performance insulation with radiant heat barrier and a triple layer Cold Blockbase to create superior cooling. The "flip-open”, patented Zipperless lid provides quick access to food and drinks and the zippered accessory pocket can hold napkins, cutlery, cell phone, etc. Inside a included shelf allows you to keep hard stuff like drinks separate from soft stuff, so sandwiches and other soft foods don’t get crushed. 

Learn more from Arctic Zone, or grab one from Amazon
Available for purchase in Europe here




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ICEMULE COOLERS

Now this is a really cool item! IceMule coolers! These guys started developing their concept based on the premise: "Any place you go, your cooler should go!”. The coolers on the market have to deal with several problems, the hard coolers, though effective, are not portable at all, they´re bulky and not easy to carry along. The soft ones, though portable, are not at all effective, they leak and don´t insulate well enough. The IceMule cooler is the first high-performa...
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SH HOUSE | BY BAKSVANWENGERDEN ARCHITECTS

Amsterdam-based BaksvanWengerden Architecten were commissioned to renovate and enlarge a single-family house in the Netherlands. The SH House dates back to 1932, the owners wanted to renovate the original interior that was very dark and enclosed. The architects removed the internal partitions and created an open floor plan which extends towards the garden. Beautiful fusion of classic with contemporary. ...
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SHIPPING CONTAINER HOMES

Trying to get on the property ladder but live in a place where home prices are ludicrous? These shipping container conversions by Honomobo can be a low-cost, efficient way to build a home. Using repurposed shipping containers, the Canadian company creates modern homes for single individuals and small families. Simply pick your location and choose from several sizes and configurations, these go from the HO2, a small 352 square foot house with an open plan, a full bat...
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