This portable beach house is built around core values of simplicity, functionality and smallness, the house on sleds sits within the sun kissed landscape of the Coromandel Peninsula of New Zealand.
The Architects responsible for such a creation is the Auckland based Crosson,Clarke, Carnachan Architects.
“The hut then transforms into a sun drenched haven, opening up to the views of the surf and the distant Mercury Islands.”
This encapsulates the holiday home essence with its confinement, of which many families would not adapt to, this family however relish in these plights; cooking, dining, sleeping and showering. All basking in the glorious sunspace of the utopist white sand beach of Coromandel Peninsula.
Was there anything more entertaining as pulling back that metal slip on a floppy disk and letting it fling shut? This Floppy Disk Table will remind you of the good old days whenever you sit down in front of your TV. Slide the disk cover back and you’ve got some storage for remotes and coasters. You can buy one here if your inner geek is urging you to do so.
I’m bored. Let’s all group up and start some anarchy.
Me, riding free.
In Lake Wales, FL.
Another unusual animal love story shocks the world. An 18-months-old dog and an 8-weeks-old wolf cub become best friends.
Ulrok, a fully grown Rottweiler was more than happy to become the father figure in young Beldaran’s life, after the poor baby was rejected by her natural mother. Kahlani, the wolf who gave birth to this little furry treasure, was too young herself and her maternal instincts didn’t kick in.
Caretakers at the Krisma Preserve, in Mt. Desert, Maine, tried to find another surogate parent for Beldaran, but Ulrok was the only one who accepted the young cub, when she was just four days old. Now they spend all their time together, playing in the sun, howling at the full moon and even sleeping together.
It’s nice to see them getting along so well and, no matter how down you are, just one look at them will put a big smile on your face. But, once Beldaran is old enough to take care of herself, she will be introduced to a pack of wolves, to make sure she grows up to be a wolf and not something else.
Photos by Bary Bland/ BARCROFT MEDIA
via Daily Mail