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Cabin Ameln in Norway by Lund Hagem Arkitekter

Cabin Ameln in Norway by Lund Hagem Arkitekter

How to make a Skateboard Swing - I wish we had trees.

How to make a Skateboard Swing - I wish we had trees.

One old skateboard, some rope and a broom stick (and a tree) and the kids can have a great swing.  Are we ever too old to have a swing?

One old skateboard, some rope and a broom stick (and a tree) and the kids can have a great swing. Are we ever too old to have a swing?

Quick and healthy Peanut Butter Cereal Bars. Cereal, oats, peanut butter, honey, chia & flax seed. Gluten free, vegan, protein and nutrient rich breakfast. Homemade protein bars recipe. - www.platingpixels.com

Quick and healthy Peanut Butter Cereal Bars. Cereal, oats, peanut butter, honey, chia & flax seed. Gluten free, vegan, protein and nutrient rich breakfast. Homemade protein bars recipe. - www.platingpixels.com

DIY toy garage made from toilet paper rolls and cardboard boxes - toilet paper roll crafts for kids

DIY toy garage made from toilet paper rolls and cardboard boxes - toilet paper roll crafts for kids

The kids at work would love this!

The kids at work would love this!

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#17. Use an old cable spool to create this surprising toy car station.

#17. Use an old cable spool to create this surprising toy car station.

Dwell - Have You Ever Wanted to Stay in a Norwegian Sea Cabin? This boutique hotel on Norway's Manshausen Island is made up of four sea cabins that jut out from their natural ledge. Architect Snorre Stinessen carefully positioned them on an existing stone quay and built them to fit two to four travelers, or a family of five. To allow them to cantilever off the edge, their cross laminated timber floor plates are mounted onto two steel beams.

Dwell - Have You Ever Wanted to Stay in a Norwegian Sea Cabin? This boutique hotel on Norway's Manshausen Island is made up of four sea cabins that jut out from their natural ledge. Architect Snorre Stinessen carefully positioned them on an existing stone quay and built them to fit two to four travelers, or a family of five. To allow them to cantilever off the edge, their cross laminated timber floor plates are mounted onto two steel beams.