The New Stuff

Nomacorc's Plant-based Select Bio Closure

Forget traditional wine corks with eco-friendly Select Bio closure

Since ages wine lovers are using traditional cork or screw-top as wine bottle closure. But these corks are often tainted with TCA (2-4-6 trichloroanisole), which is not environmentally-friendly as well as gives moldy smell and bad flavor to wine. To overcome these drawbacks of conventional corks, US-based firm Nomacorc has come up with the world’s first zero carbon footprint wine closure dubbed Select Bio. The latest wine cork is eco-friendly and 100-percent recyclable, as it is made from ...

Kien modular sound system

Kien modular sound system adapts music to your location

The flexible technology is quickly adapting 21st century innovations into our everyday routine including sound system. Adding flexibility to your music system, Kien is the latest modular sound system that follows you wherever you go and adapts music to your location at the same time. It comes with subwoofer and satellites also known as subs and sats, respectively. The sats are battery-powered portable speakers to be taken along with you to any desired location. Its rechargeable battery offers ...

Grayson Perry’s House for Essex

House for Essex pays homage to mythical woman, Julie

Overlooking the river Stour in Wrabness (tiny village in Essex), this monumental holiday home dubbed ‘A House for Essex’ is designed as a shrine to the fictional character Julie May Cope, who was tragically killed by a pizza delivery moped at the age of 61. Living Architecture commissioned renowned artist Grayson Perry to design this two-bedroom holiday home. Perry further designed this splendid home with FAT architecture to construct a stunning residential building covered with various ...

Anatomy Chair by Pauline Kriel and Anouk Cazin

Anatomy Chair creatively adds anthropomorphic touch to modern interior

If you find human morphology interesting and won’t mind it to be part of your home or office interior, the Anatomy Chair is exactly what you’ve been waiting for. Textile artist Pauline Kriel and costume designer Anouk Cazin have collaborated to transform traditional French dining chair into anthropomorphic piece of furniture. This unusual chair is designed to creatively represent human body with fabric-stuffed organs and embroidery. It is a simple white wooden chair with matching cushions ...

Private Museum By Buben & Zorweg

Show off your priceless artifacts with Buben & Zorweg Private Museum

What’s the point of possessing gorgeous and priceless artifacts when you only have to hide them behind an ugly security safe? Not anymore, as renowned luxury safe maker Buben & Zorweg has created the world’s first luxury safe dubbed Private Museum to protect as well as display your valuable items, giving whole new dimensions to security. The luxury safe is designed with modular sections of stainless steel and transparent high security glass with complex lighting. The unique lighting ...

First generation Playstation turned into luminous clock

First generation Playstation turned into luminous clock

Is original first generation PlayStation still occupying extra space in your closet? Instead of unnecessary clutter, how about creating a DIY PlayStation clock? Twitter user [Rurue0111] has creatively converted old PlayStation into a stunning light-up clock, using few simple tools. The very first thing you need to do is remove all electronic components from the case, making it lightweight to be mounted on a wall. As you can see, the disc cover of the PS1 is already in shape of a clock face so ...

Hussein Chalayan wearable furniture

Seven most exquisite examples of wearable furniture

Over the years, fashion industry has changed a great deal, of course for the better. It seems lately, the industry is planning something extraordinary for our bodies. You’ve guessed it right, it’s more than fabric; its furniture that we can carry as our attire. There have been many recent examples of fashion and furniture designs intersecting to provide us with furniture items which can be worn. Read on to have a look at seven such exquisite examples of wearable furniture. ...

Rulla Rocking Chair by Mario Milana

Rulla rocking chair boasts minimal backrest with colorful leather rings

Swinging back and forth in comfy chair is a great way to relax after hectic work schedule. Although rocking chairs are associated as traditional piece of furniture, but Italian industrial designer Mario Milana wants to change that notion with its contemporary Rulla rocking chair. It is minimal chair with leather upholsteries in bright colors, adding touch of modernity into its simple layout. The rocking chair is made from welded iron, molded poly foam and upholstered in leather seating area. ...

Hyperalarm

Watch out late risers! Hyperalarm is here to wake you up from deep sleep

We all know that a power nap always turns into a day-long sleep. The Spanish design studio Think Big Factory has premeditated Hyperalarm, a smart alarm for heavy sleeper, impeccably connected with your smartphone. Powered by lithium-ion polymer battery that can work up to 20 days or more, the smart alarm has the capacity to wake you up and make you move without any delay. The device uses high-frequency sounds with interwoven pitches that make it harder for brain to get used to and sleep ...

Cinder Cone Treehouse

The #vanlife treehouse with a stunning view has personal skate bowl

Foster Huntington the blogger, photographer, author and creator of #vanlife, has decided to settle down after travelling for three long years in the lap of mother nature. And for that, he has created for himself a beautiful double platform treehouse, with personal skate park and hot tubs. The Cinder Cone treehouse is located in Skamania, Washington, on a piece of property owned by his family. He built the treehouse with the help of his carpenter mother and her boyfriend and some friends. His ...

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