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Collection of Deck Chairs by Jacqueline Hammond_1

Relax outdoors on these artistic deck chairs carrying nature’s ambiance

Summer is at its peak, and artists  are at their best trying to create unique contraptions for us in this season. Summer is a season of vibrant colors, and source of inspiration to artists from different professions. Brighton-based artist Jacqueline Hammond has created a collection of deck chairs with prints carrying summer aesthetics. The collection was exhibited at Clerkenwell Design Week 2014, London and includes three major themes- ‘Country Lane’, ‘Poppy’ and ‘Santa ...

Digital Carpet by Desso & Philips_3

Digital carpet embedded with array of LEDs is alternative to public signage

Desso, firm which provides high quality carpets, in collaboration with Philips, global market leader in lighting, has recently created the digital carpet. It looks like an ordinary carpet with a soft furry surface until it lights up with an array of LEDs lined beneath the soft fabric. The carpet is programmed to display important messages, directions or any other important information to masses in public places like airports, hotels, hospitals, shopping malls, etc. (more…) Recommended ...

Stainless Steel Crates by Naihan Li_1

Movable stainless steel crates by Naihan Li hide useful household furniture

Naihan Li from Beijing, China is a product designer who keeps moving from one place to another. She has to travel a lot due to her work. Her travel experience is somehow reflected in her designs which we can see in one of her latest moveable furniture collections that can be carried along while travelling. She designed stainless steel crates which look like normal steel boxes from outside but include many useful household furniture items like a tea table, writing desk, a bookshelf, a chair, a ...

3D Printable Makerchair by Joris Laarman_1

Makerchair is a 3D printable chair you can easily construct at home

Have you ever thought of constructing a chair at home with 3D printing? It is now possible; all thanks to Joris Laarman, world-renowned artist who uses 3D printing for many of his artistic creations. This time he invented the Makerchair, a 3D printable chair designed out of 202 3D printed jigsaw puzzle pieces. The puzzle pieces can be printed on any FDM based 3D printers at home. After printing these jigsaw pieces, you can assemble them together according to the instructions to be followed for ...

eCool Underground Beer Cooler_1

eCool is an underground beer cooler that keeps your drinks cool without electricity

Underground cooling is a traditional concept which was used ages ago to keep food cool in summers. Four guys from Mors, a small island in northern Denmark, using the similar concept of cooling have invented and patented eCool beer cooler. To install the underground cooler you just have to dig a big hole in your backyard, garden or anywhere outside your house then, put the device in that hole and cover it. After installation, nature does rest of the work to provide a cool temperature to beer ...

Matey smartphone-controlled feeder for fishes

Matey is smartphone-controlled feeder for fishes when you’re away from home

We often skip feeding fishes in our aquarium due to our hectic work routine. Once you’re away from home it becomes quite difficult to feed fishes on time, which becomes a reason for their poor growth and ill-health. To sort the problem, Atlanta-based MichaelS invented Matey, a smartphone-controlled fish feeder for fish owners. This fish feeder comes with an easily downloadable app to control it using a smartphone from any area with Wi-Fi. Using the app you can feed desired amount of food to ...

Roombots by BIOROB_1

Roombots modules combine together to get transformed into moveable furniture of any shape

It may sound hypothetical if we say that it is possible to get a transformable furniture that can be changed into any furniture shape used in a home. But, scientists from Biorobotics Laboratory (BIOROB) at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland have developed a modular robotic design called Roombots that can easily change shape anywhere and anytime you want. It is composed of small ball-like modules that can attach and detach themselves to form movable furniture and ...

Picnic Mat by Yuma Kano_1

Enjoy your picnics sitting comfortably on road with this creative picnic mat

Have you ever tried to sit or lie down on a road just for fun? It sounds crazy but given a chance many people would love to try this. But in cities something like this is not possible due to heavy traffic on roads. Inspired by the idea, Tokyo-based freelance product designer Yuma Kano has designed a new picnic mat with a road pattern on it. He designed this picnic mat to give user a vague feeling of sitting on a road. (more…) Recommended for You ...

PicoBrew Zymatic_1

PicoBrew Zymatic is table-top beer brewing machine for your home

People who brew beer at their homes know that it is a very messy process and requires a lot of time and labor. To simplify this process, PicoBrew Zymatic is launched for brewing at home without much efforts. The machine has two main parts for its functioning – one is a rectangular stainless steel compartment to place malted barley and hops, which provide flavor to beer. The other one is a cylindrical Cornelius keg that holds water and later receives the fermented beer from the steel ...

MIT Media Lab CityHome

MIT’s CityHome allows you to live larger in a small space by understanding your hand gestures

Changing Places group of MIT Media Labs in United States has created a small CityHome that comes with a perfect amalgamation of hardware and software for personal space customization. Whole house is formed within a small box of 200-square feet, which makes you feel like you are living in a three times bigger apartment. This small CityHome is about size of a closet and includes a bed, dining table, kitchen surface with a cooking range and also has a multipurpose storage drawers, all in one. ...

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