I-gloobox provides safe refuge to nomads even in snowy winters | Designbuzz : Design ideas and concepts

I-gloobox provides safe refuge to nomads even in snowy winters | Designbuzz : Design ideas and concepts

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pour petits espaces

pour petits espaces

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Mobile kitchen and table

Mobile kitchen and table

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Pack lighter go futher

Pack lighter go futher

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Road trip.

Road trip.

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le flysh de zumaia 6   Le Flysh de Zumaia   zumaia rocher photo image flysh falaise

le flysh de zumaia 6 Le Flysh de Zumaia zumaia rocher photo image flysh falaise

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Trafiq 01 290x290 7 idées de packaging de street food

Trafiq 01 290x290 7 idées de packaging de street food

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awesome hangers - especially for those of you who like to hand their clothes on the backs of chairs.  :)

awesome hangers - especially for those of you who like to hand their clothes on the backs of chairs. :)

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It's a chair. It's a wall hanging. It's an environmentalist's dream. The ultimate folding chair emerges from the simplicity of a drawing and the sustainability of bamboo and recycled PET from the sketch pad of French designer Christian Desile.

It's a chair. It's a wall hanging. It's an environmentalist's dream. The ultimate folding chair emerges from the simplicity of a drawing and the sustainability of bamboo and recycled PET from the sketch pad of French designer Christian Desile.

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Joe H. using his paraSITE shelter in February 2000. Joe is a homeless man who lived on the streets near Battery Park City in Manhattan. In the 1970s, he became a contractor and was responsible for building over fifteen buildings in Brooklyn. He was diagnosed with cancer in the 1980s after being exposed to Agent Orange while serving in the Air Force in Vietnam. After forty-seven different operations to treat the cancer, the Veteran’s Association of America ceased paying his medical bills and…

Joe H. using his paraSITE shelter in February 2000. Joe is a homeless man who lived on the streets near Battery Park City in Manhattan. In the 1970s, he became a contractor and was responsible for building over fifteen buildings in Brooklyn. He was diagnosed with cancer in the 1980s after being exposed to Agent Orange while serving in the Air Force in Vietnam. After forty-seven different operations to treat the cancer, the Veteran’s Association of America ceased paying his medical bills and…

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