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MUJI Home

MUJI is known for their minimalistic, yet functional, items, and the MUJI Hut is no exception. Priced at $27,000 USD, this tiny house measures just 96-square-feet, and features floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors, a single window in the back, and a patio in front for those warm summer nights. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Renault Spider

The Renault Spider by automotive designer Monholo Oumar may not set any Nurburgring records, but it's definitely an open-top roadster that would fit right alongside the S2000. It draws inspiration from the RenaultSport R.S. 01 and Alpine Vision Gran Turismo Concept, while offering a sleek minimalistic interior, two seats, a host of aero parts, and a mid-mounted engine for optimal weight balance. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Little Pocket French Fry

Photo credit: Dong Jiang via Bored Panda

Sometimes, less is more, especially when it comes to food-related inventions. For example, the "Little Pocket" by designer Dong Jiang gets rid of the mess associated with ketchup and other condiments used to dip french fries in by integrating a small pouch into the front. Simply squeeze the packet into the pouch, and you'll be ready to dip. Continue reading for more creative design winners from the 2017 A' Design Award & Competition.

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iPhone 8 Wraparound

The crew at DBS Designing Team have unveiled yet another new iPhone 8 concept, one that draws inspiration from the Galaxy S8 Plus, complete with a wraparound 5.5-inch Quad HD display. This waterproof smartphone also offers wireless charging, dual rear cameras, and a fingerprint scanner integrated directly under the display. Continue reading for another video of what could possibly be the final iPhone 8 design, and more information.

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Modpool Shipping Container Pool

Modpool Shipping Container Pools may not be the most stylish around, but they are easy to set up and can be moved in a jiffy if needed. They can be configured with side windows, or a divider could be added for a quick pool and hot tub combination. Its powerful heater boosts temperatures up to 86° in just one hour, making it perfect for a winter dip, while an Ultraviolet system keeps the water clean. The company also has a companion smartphone app that lets you control the heater, jets, and lights remotely. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Nuclear Underground Bunker

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With the way things have been going lately, it's better to be safe than sorry, or at least if you're a millionaire. Priced at a whopping $17.5-million, this luxury underground doomsday bunker is essentially a 4-apartment property built to withstand a 20-ton nuclear blast. It's located near Tifton, Georgia, 45-feet below the ground, and its upper level features the executive apartments, while the lower level is equipped with all the amenities needed to maintain a post-apocalyptic society. That's right, there's a classroom, weapons room, and even a guest bathroom. Each one of the luxury apartments boasts two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, internet connectivity, a modern HVAC system, and living room. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Renault RS2027 Vision

Nobody really knows what the Formula 1 racing series will really be like in a decade, but Renault would like to take a stab at it, with their latest concept, the RS2027 Vision. This sleek 1,322-pound race car is draws power from a turbocharged V6 engine, paired with a two-part kinetic energy recovery system (produces 670-horsepower alone), which generates a combined total power output of to 1,341-horsepower. Design wise, it boasts a fully-enclosed cockpit for added safety. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Maserati Hommage

Designer Francesco Gastaldi unveils the Maserati Hommage, a futuristic supercar that looks to be straight from the TRON universe. Boasting a sleek curved design, complete with a single sheet of glass that is utilized as the windscreen, roof and rear window. Underneath the hood, it's speculated to be powered by either a full-electric powerplant or a hybrid of sorts. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Green Magic Homes Hobbit Home

Always wanted your own tiny Hobbit-style home? Magic Green Homes has just the living space for you, and at 400-square-feet, there's definitely more than enough room for comfort. Thanks to prefabricated vaulted panels manufactured with composite laminate materials, confined by walls in reinforced soil, it takes just three people to assemble the structure in three days, without heavy equipment. Best of all, you can purchase additional modules and expand as needed. Composite ducts, channels for electrical wiring, water pipes as well as mechanical ventilation ducts can be added to the shell at any point. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of the most bizarre visual glitches ever discovered in video games.

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Trash Sculpture

Photo credit: Arturas Tamasauskas via Bored Panda]

Using perfectly good supplies to handcraft a sculpture is tough enough for non-artists, but Arturas from Lithunia takes it to the next level. The Steampunk-inspired chameleon you see above was crafted entirely from junkyard scraps and whatever other trash Arturas was able to find. Not just good for decoration, some of them double as jewelry boxes, coin banks, and more. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.

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