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Shift Table by Spell

SHIFT Table by Spell charges your gadgetry, hides wire clutter

Designed by Spell – a Netherlands-based Dutch product design house, SHIFT Table is a multi-functional piece of furniture that can be customized as per one’s needs. The table helps you maintain a perfect balance between your personal and professional life. It can quickly switch from being personal to office table while keeping you connected with your electronic gears. The table is a genuine piece of innovation with subtle and elegant design. Hidden drawers make it ideal for home as ...

Root (de)humidifierair purifier by Kim Seungwoo

Root (de)humidifier/air purifier looks like a wooden furniture

People living in regions with all four seasons often have to face humid summer and dry winter. To relieve from these severe climatic conditions, you may probably be using a separate dehumidifier and humidifier. What if you could get the benefits of both in one? The Root, conceptualized by Korean industrial designer Kim Seungwoo, is one such device that functions as both humidifier and dehumidifier, minimizing the clutter of too many appliances. But, wait. It does a lot more than that, as it is ...

Microsoft and Miele team up to revolutionize IoT smart cooking

Microsoft and Miele team up to revolutionize smart cooking with IoT services

A smart home with connected devices is the futuristic dream of most people. Living up to the concept of connected homes, Microsoft is venturing into your kitchen to provide you smarter appliances that follow your instructions through a simple app. Microsoft has announced the latest tie up with German manufacturer of high-end domestic appliances Miele to revolutionize the way you cook. Miele’s next generation smart cooking appliances will be based on Microsoft Azure Internet of Things (IoT) ...

Lily Duval’s 14sqm tiny house

Lily Duval’s 14sqm tiny house wisely utilizes its interior

Think your house don’t have enough space for your keeping all your stuff? This 14-square meter tiny abode will put all big houses to shame. The tiny house is built in Christchurch by Lily Duval from New Zealand to cleverly utilize its internal space. Although the house looks too small, but it is jam-packed with all necessary furnishing and objects needed for comfortable living. Interior is comprised of such stuff that performs double duty to perfectly make use of the available space. For ...

Aeris Air Purifier by Lab. Fabrici

Aeris air purifier uses plants to clean your environment

Indoor plants not only increase aesthetics of your living space, but also refresh air in your home. What if you could use natural plants to purify air of your home without any costly air purification devices? Well, this is now possible all thanks to the Aeris air purifier by Italian design studio Lab. Fabrici. This planter-shaped device uses power of plants to decontaminate air of your surroundings. Designers Alessio D’Andrea and Vincenzo Vitiello have designed an eco-chic air purification ...

Water House by Matyas Gutai

Water House: Sustainable home made entirely out of water

You may have seen eco-homes with built-in solar panels, but how about a sustainable house that is built completely out of water? Well, Hungarian architect Matyas Gutai has come up with a revolutionary and affordable way to construct buildings using nothing but ‘water.’ According to him, water as construction material can optimize temperature throughout your home- irrespective of any climatic conditions. The main construction materials (other than water) used in building this innovative ...

Texting Plant by Australian Science and Mathematics student Kaviya Kalyanasundaram

Texting plant notifies gardeners when in need of water

Farmers and agriculturists know that plants and vegetables need constant monitoring to sustain appropriate moisture level. This is the reason why lots of firms are coming up with different smart plant watering devices. But what if your plant can interact with you and tell you when they are feeling thirsty? Well, this is actually possible all thanks to the ‘Texting Plant’ by Kaviya Kalyanasundaram, 15-years-old Australian Science and Mathematics student. She has created a brilliant ...

Q-China Mobile Kitchen by MoMang

Milan Furniture Fair 2015: Q-China mobile street-food station by MoMang

Q-China, the mobile kitchen designed by Italian firm Momang, will be presented again at the Milan Furniture Fair 2015 from April 14 to 19. This is fully-equipped mobile kitchen inspired by street-food stations with built-in equipments, re-inventing the experience of outdoor cooking. The structure is made from wood and steel, and two big wheels are present for relocating it from one place to another. Q-China is designed to accommodate necessary kitchen utensils and cooking stove as well as ...

New Zealand couple revamps old flatbed truck into solar-powered home

New Zealand couple turns old flatbed truck into solar-powered home

Living in motor home has been redefined by the New Zealand couple (Hannah and Alex), who turned retired flatbed truck into a functional mobile home. After moving back to New Zealand from the UK in 2009- the couple decided to live in a mobile home, instead of any conventional home. So they decided to purchase a 1986 Hino flatbed truck and started construction on its back, which took almost a year-and-a-half for construction. Their dedication and hardwork resulted in a solar-powered two bedroom ...

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