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Tetra Shed

Any longtime reader knows our affinity for small, unorthodox, outdoor offices, and the Tetra Shed ($TBA) continues this tradition in grand fashion. Clad in copper, zinc, corten steel, or marine plywood, and lined in birch-faced plywood or plasterboard, the Tetra is a modular garden office that can be combined with up to five other units to create a rather massive outdoor/indoor workspace. Coming in January. [via]

  • Mirrorcube

    Look closely and you'll see your hidden home away from home. The Mirrorcube ($377,000) is a nearly-invisible treehouse that truly blends in with nature. Built with exterior walls made from reflective "spyglass," the pre-fab structure reflects its surroundings to become almost undetectable. (An infrared film, invisible to humans but visible to birds is placed within the glass to stop kamikazes.) Designed by Scandinavian architects Bolle Tham & Martin Videgård, it's got a wood and aluminum body, and comes complete with restroom, queen-size bed, and Goonies-esque rope bridge.

  • This Way Up Flask

    There's nothing like a nip of whiskey to help keep you warm in the winter months, and there are few better ways to transport small amounts of hooch than the This Way Up Flask ($45). Sporting its titular phrase emblazoned into its brown leather wrapper, this stainless steel flask will carry up to 8 oz. of your favorite blend, or more than enough to get through even the most awkward of holiday family gatherings.