Design

Gadget fun designs

A gadget fun designs? mxyplyzyk.com you find in a shop full of surprises. the New York Times reviewed it for the curious proposal cups silicone

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Design

Studio Semiki, Marmeled

Marmeled not a jam spreads, but a nice jar shaped lamp, designed by Laura Menichelli and Gianluca Ruocco Guadagno, alias Studio Semiki. Stained gel is illuminated by high brightness led, powered by batteries hidden in the cap. The result is a diffuse light, filtered tones delicious jellies, materials that always, in photography and film, are used to color the light.

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Architecture

Carmody Groarke, London Pop-Up Restaurant

Carmody Groarke he borrowed the frame material from one of the Olympic sites in London to build in a parking his Pop-Up Restaurant last summer, lasted only three weeks.

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Design

Caravans vintage

There are many forgotten sketches of mobile homes, like the curious hybrid car + home, some projects still stand the test of time, others do not. Caravans, trailers and other types of mobile home had a large number of roles in modern culture, the stereotypical cabin on wheels in ultra-portable luxury villas.

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Architecture

Atelier Peter Kis, Prater Street

The study of architecture Hungarian Peter Kis has designed a complex multi-story mixed-use in the District Józsefváros Budapest.
The particularity of the building

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Design

Chromotherapy in the bathroom

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Green

H2 design proposes the Eco Reminders

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Decorate realize green. These Ones Eco Stickers, Conceived without PVC, not only decorate your walls, but also a highly educational function in optical sustainable. Recall actions environmentally friendly simple, but essential. Switch off the light, remember to recycle, unplug unused electrical outlets ....

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Architecture

Acme Architecture, Hunsett Mill

The restructuring Hunsett Mill, from Acme Architecture based in London, has been driven by a focus on environmentally friendly practices and the desire to create a building that would fit naturally into the landscape, both in terms of aesthetics and function.
The challenge of the project was the location, in the protected wetlands of the Norfolk Broads, historically adapted for industrial use, the landscape of the Broads has benefited from the contemporary trends that emphasize conservation and the return to nature. Originally the home of the guardian of the water pumping windmill, the building has undergone a number of expansions over 20 century. Were added room by room at different times, the house looked disjointed not only following the changes but also because of the collapse of land following the increase of the floods from the nearby swamps.

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