One-of-a-kind treehouse hotel is definitely one for the birds

Back in March, we reported on a remarkable new spherical treehouse-style hotel designed by the Bjarke Ingels Group that was to be covered in birdhouses. The one-of-a-kind getaway is now complete and has opened to visitors in Sweden.

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Tiny spaces, big ideas: 2022 Shed of the Year finalists announced

This year's Shed of the Year finalists have been announced. Packed full of interesting designs by passionate amateurs working to a shoestring budget, highlights include an aircraft hangar-like build and a creation inspired by historic buildings.

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Kakmom multitool sneaks 12 functions into a budget-friendly package

Some multitools come to market as finely-tuned Ferraris with premium materials and precisely engineered edges, and others are more like go-karts that simply get you where you need to go, like the newly introduced 12-in-1 Kakmom.

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Women significantly more likely to develop long COVID than men

A new review article has discovered females are much more likely to suffer from long COVID than males. The findings are curiously distinct from earlier studies that show men more often experience severe acute disease from COVID-19 compared to women.

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Jumpsuit uses motion sensors to tracks infants’ neurological development

One of the best ways of tracking an infant's neurological development is to observe their movements as they play. A new "smart" jumpsuit is designed to do so automatically, providing consistently accurate data via machine learning technology.

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Diamond-patterned glass makes Toronto tower dazzle

WilkinsonEyre – winner of the 2021 Skyscraper Award – recently completed a new skyscraper in Toronto, Canada, which takes the form of two joined towers and is defined by an eye-catching glazed facade that's arranged into a repeating diamond pattern.

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HitchFire adds RV-style kitchen to any car, pickup or SUV hitch

HitchFire has established itself as the go-to source for hitch-mounted grilling, and now it's looking to master hitchable cooking at large. Its new Hitch Kitchen packs a stove, sink and worktop inside a rugged box that stores behind the bumper.

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Multi-Beam headlamp combines an arc of illumination with a spotlight

Most headlamps just incorporate a lamp unit in the middle, which in some cases can be set to wide and spotlight output modes. The Multi-Beam is different, in that it sports both a central spotlight and a wide half-halo of LEDs.

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Tentsile’s new hanging shelters feature fabric made from ocean plastics

Tentsile has built an impressive stable of suspended sleeping shelters and hammocks since launching its very first tree tent in 2012, and its latest creations land with a particularly green tinge through the use of recycled ocean plastics.

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Wearable multitool strap fixes problems duct tape leaves behind

We might get accused of blasphemy for saying it, but duct tape has its limitations. The MODL Infinity Tool can't replace duct tape, but it can step in on some of those jobs that stump the world's favorite adhesive fix-all.

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