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Wogg-Pavilion

Wogg-Pavilion

A lot of outdoor settings provide some sort of shelter — a gazebo, the all-encompassing tent, and a simple lean-to all come to mind — but none provides the design and elegance of these. Available in both small and large sizes, the Wogg-Pavilion (starting at $1190) features a design that incorporates both industrial and organic influences, such as aerodynamic testing and animal shells. For all of you techies that long for a place to work in your backyard — that is, our readers who have a casper-like complexion — this is the best bet we’ve seen to make it happen. [Thanks, Peter]

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