Mini vintage computers ☼ Ultra summer prints ☼ Pre-fab homes (and saunas)
PLUS some geniuses who turned a stone quarry into their holiday home...
Dear internet friends,
I’m straight into the links this week (because there’s a lot of them) but I just wanted to say hi, and that I hope you’re having a really great weekend. Don’t forget to take a little time for yourself.
☼ UK pre-fab home/cabin companies Koto and Out of the Valley have teamed up to create a beautiful, minimal £45k (~$56k) outdoor sauna. Koto also make a wood burning hot tub. I’m all about these modular builds where you can expand and add on to your home/cabin over time. Also love this one by Stockholm’s Manta North (get ready to lose some time on their home configurator).
☼ Thailand’s homemade rocket festival is extremely cool and almost definitely worth any injuries sustained while attending the event. Should we all just go next year? This YouTube channel, Great Big Story, is worthy of a subscribe. Some other bangers: The Michelangelo of Microsoft Excel, Pounding Mochi With the Fastest Mochi Maker in Japan & This German Castle Has Been One Family’s Home for 850 Years.
☼ Just in case you haven’t seen the greatest movie scene of all time…
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In this week’s extra links: miniature vintage computers ☼ more dream homes (one in a cave) ☼ my fav Twitter account right now ☼ chaotic web design ☼ how to write great non-fiction & more!
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