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DesignDevelop Billboard Houses

Triangular Home for homeless along highway doubles up as advertising billboard

Billboards are very commonly seen along highways in cities for advertising, but Slovakia-based firm DesignDevelop started the Gregory Project, envisioning such billboards as permanent tiny homes for homeless. These homes are designed in triangular shape covering area of about 16.5 square meters on roadside. The houses are intended to be built along busy roads or highways so that its exterior walls serves as an advertising space, making it a live-in billboard. ...

Rectangular Wooden House by Dualchas Architects

Rectangular wooden house on Isle of Skye by Dualchas Architects

Scottish firm Dualchas Architects has designed a single-story house on cliff of Isle of Skye, Scotland. The architecture of this building is quite simple and connects two cubic volumes together- one is against the rugged terrain, and another part opens up to panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. One cubic volume includes a main living area, two bedrooms separated by a short corridor and a kitchen. Whereas, the other volume contains bathrooms and storage accommodations near entrance of ...

Tenderrain Babordo Shower Head

Babordo shower head provides natural rain effect while bathing

Italian shower makers Tenderrain has designed the latest Baborodo shower inspired by navigation boats. The captivating design of the shower head reminds us of refreshing shower on deck of sailing boats. It is made of wood, stainless steel and tiny silicone nozzles embedded into its wooden head which looks like seven geometric lines. The silicon nozzles drops the water like a natural rain effect on the user while bathing and also grants environmental sustainability. ...

BoozeBot

Boozebot: Cocktail-making robot makes over 4,500 drink recipes

UK-based programmers Alun King and Chris Whitcombe have recently created the BoozeBot, a cocktail making robot programmed with Raspberry Pi, a touch-screen and bottles of whatever drinks you want to hook up to its counter-top. The device includes white colored pipes to attach up to 16 bottles of different ingredients for various flavored drinks. It also contains a library of 4,500 drink recipes to make delicious cocktails in few seconds tasting exactly like the one you get in bars. ...

Vessel Kitchen by Studio Backs

Studio Backs design Vessel Kitchen to suit urban lifestyle

San Francisco-based design firm Studio Backs has launched a new notion for kitchen in form of the Vessel Kitchen. It comes with minimal fine architectural lines like high-end finishing of European styled kitchen. The sleek and modern design displays an elegant working surface, a venting hood and ample storage space for tools above and below the working area. The name ‘vessel’ is derived from its essence of storing kitchen accessories metaphorically like a vessel containing water. ...

the Touch of breeze by yen chen chang

Touch of Breeze carpet controls fan using knitted sensors

For his degree project, Yen Chen Chang of Taiwan started knitting cable wires with an intention to represent aesthetic values of materials used in consumer electronics. While crafting his project, due to the resistance it offered, he turned his simple creation into conductive yarn. With this conductive yarn he formed knitted sensors and created a carpet that can control a connected fan whenever it is squeezed or pulled and named this project as Touch of Breeze. (more…) Recommended for ...

Old Silk Factory Transformed into White Loft by Paola Navone

Paola Navone transformed old silk factory into a magnificent white loft

Italian designer Paola Navone transformed a 200-year old silk factory into a beautiful white loft with a touch of industrial and vintage style in Spello, Italy. The two-story apartment has about 52 windows for ventilation and bring in the natural daylight to light up the entire house. White dominates the interior with bricks painted in white color and contemporary furnishing for an elegant outlook. This industrial home includes a large living area, a dining area, a bedroom, a kitchen and a ...

Oversized Hibernating Bear Bean Bag

Take a nap on the back of this snuggly hibernating bear!

You might be thinking that we’re crazy to suggest taking a nap on the back of this resting beastly wild animal. Well, don’t be scared because it is not real, it is actually a bean bag which closely resembles a wild hibernating bear. Isn’t it cool? This extraordinary bean bag is designed by Chic Sin Design for everyone who wants to experience comfort like on no other bean bag. It can be used as a chair, a cushion, a foot stool or an amazing décor object for your room. ...

BluePort Altea

Altea Hills Estate launches most luxurious Cliffside Villa in Costa Blanca

Altea Hills Estate has recently launched the Blueport Altea, the most luxurious residential villa on a Cliffside of Costa Blanca, in collaboration with architectural studios Carlos Gilardi, Pepe Cabrera and interior designer Eric Kuster. The complex is built on 5,300 square feet area facing the beautiful Mediterranean coastline and includes five bedrooms, a large living room, a kitchen, a dining room, bathrooms, a fitness center, a swimming pool and a room for home theater. All the rooms are ...

Nimio- Manuela Balcony Table

Portable Nimio’s Manuela Table is a tiny addition for your balcony or patio

You may not be able to take a whole day off from work, but you can calmly relax while sipping your coffee with Manuela Table designed by Madrid-based studio Nimio. It is a tiny balcony table without legs, which can be installed onto railing of a balcony by mounting its frame on railing without requiring any additional tools. Its frame is made of folded steel and the tabletop comprises of wood or sleek hydraulic tile. The delicate and modest design of this table makes it an adorable piece for ...

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