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  IKEA introduces UPPLEVA, a completely new range that integrates smart TV and sound system with furniture. UPPLEVA brings beauty and functionality to the living room, solving the problem of cable clutter and miss-match between TV and furniture. You will find UPPLEVA in Stockholm, Milan, Paris, Gdansk and Berlin in June 2012. During autumn 2012 UPPLEVA is available in all of the stores in Sweden, Italy, France, Poland, Denmark, Spain, Norway and Portugal , and during spring 2013 in even […]

Posted in  Gadgets & Technology

Ninja Time is the new watch concept   designed by industrial designer from Ukraine Andy Kurovets .  This timepiece features two “eyes” that display the hour and the minute, while the rest of the watch is dedicated to framing them in a way that looks assuredly ninja in style! The entire casing is made from molded plastic. The Ninja Time is available in Blue, White or Orange versions. See more pictures after the jump. Take a look. it looks very funny!    

Posted in  Gadgets & Technology

Sydney-based studio Christopher Polly Architect has designed the Elliott Ripper House.  Completed in 2011, this 1,703 square foot, two story contemporary home is located in Rozelle, a suburb in the inner west of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The project simply and directly extrapolates existing formal qualities in plan and section, with extension of key existing materials and finishes to retain some memory of its previous incarnation – while providing a significantly expanded series of connected […]

Designed by Productora ,  the Casa Diaz was completed in 2011; this 4,800 square foot contemporary home is located in Valle de Bravo, a town in Mexico State, Mexico. From the street, the residence looks like a traditional construction; the use of roof tiles, wood, natural stone, and the plastered facade with small openings, grants it the regional character that is required by urban planning requirements. From the lake, the house is perceived as composition of rectangular elements with large […]

Posted in  Architecture

Putting two or more children in one room may not sound ideal. Space configurations, not to mention decor choices for two genders and a variety of ages can’t be easy. How do you fit three beds, a desk and two chairs into a typical sized bedroom? We found this examples of room decoration on Casa Diez and thought it was a really clever use of space. Even with three beds, the room still feels open and spacious and has room […]

Posted in  Child's room

It may not be as challenging as climbing some of the great peaks of the Himalayas, but the AquaClimb is a hell of a lot warmer and safer than a mountain. Towering and transparent, the AquaClimb Sport offers a new experience for amateur and professional rock climbers. A sleeker alternative to the AquaClimb Classic version, the AquaClimb Sport is much more challenging. The interesting design has been created by Christofer Born, an award winning industrial designer, which will change the whole scene […]

Posted in  Outdoor design

Argentinian architect Sebastian Sas designed the Be Tulum resort in Mexico. Be Tulum Hotel is a new luxury hotel in Tulum, Mexico. While being a haven of relaxation, the resort is the place to be for the region’s creative scene. Hotel Be-Tulum is beautiful both from the inside and outside as well. The beautiful outdoors has been given special attention which makes it distinctive from others. The careful selection of native materials that blend into the environment and spacious terraces along with private pools […]

The Floating Bed is an advanced hanging bed. It’s gentle rocking provides better sleep, health benefits & the feeling of floating. With a Memory Foam mattress, a flat sleep surface, adjustable firmness, durable & weather proof, rated to hold 1000 lbs. Floating Beds can be  installed  in anyceiling, or outdoors from a beam, gazebo, tree or our portable stands. If there is anything you’d like to know about The Floating Bed, just email or call them.        

Posted in  Sofa& Bed

When I took the first look at this house, I said: “This project should be called confronting nature!” Norway is known for so many fascinating views that give a look to blue fjords, rock formations and windswept trees.  This house offers beautiful views through big windows over the bay. An original house was situated on the southern part of the plot, with a cramped up sunny patio, without benefiting from the site scenic views and coastal location. The interior design of this residence is contemporary yet […]

Posted in  Architecture

What do you do when you need a background for your flowers? Agneta Enzell chose a black and white design for an orangery situated several meters near the house. Her advice is to look for simple, neutral backgrounds when you have to highlight green plants and colorful flowers.   She says that it’s a unique place for listening to the rain or enjoy the nature during dinner.

Posted in  Living room

Zen is not just a way of meditation but a way of living. For anyone who loves the concept of  peace and serenity and calmness of mind, zen way of designing is a perfect choice. Look at Zen Beauty Salon we chose for you today! It concentrates on turning your home into a place for getting away from stress and allowing positive feeling and calmness to envelope you. It is designed around ‘less is more’. Think of neutral color on […]

Posted in  Spaces for living

Stone volumes, glass facades, volumes floating above a water mirror… this house is a testimony of urban, contemporary feelings and fine taste.  As you can notice, the project retakes the geometries of the context  unifying them in a tectonic volume. These volumes float above a water mirror which gives access to the house. A single skin of stone gives color and shape to the whole project, creating modulated openings and perforations that allow the entrance of light. The structural solution is a combination […]

Posted in  Architecture

Located in Melbourne, Australia, the Verdant Avenue House was designed by Robert Mills Architects. Given free rein by an adventurous client desiring a “luxury, contemporary, inner-city family home”, Verdant Avenue became a perfect showcase for the modern RMA residential aesthetic: an opulent, urban cathedral with cavernous living spaces whose towering spiral staircase forms a stunning sculptural centre piece. Floor to ceiling glass brings views of a giant pin oak into every room, creating perfect harmony between architecture and landscape. The […]

Posted in  Living room

This captivating lamp designed by Nosigner (Eisuke Tachikawa) represents the Super Moon, the biggest full moon in a cycle of 18 years. After the tragic earthquake in Japan, many of the Japanese prayed to the Super Moon for hope. According to Nosigner, this lamp is a symbol of the moon’s “light of hope”. For the creating this lamp Nosinger has used actual 3D topographical data taken from the lunar orbiter Kaguya. The Moon Light replicates exactly the craters and surface of […]

Posted in  Light

Located on a PH floor of the legendary Time Warner Center, this approx. 4000 sq ft home offers up to 13.9′ ceilings (many can be raised) and 70-linear-feet on Central Park as well unparalleled jet liner views of the entire city. A 40′ great room has an adjacent 30′ master bedroom suite with en-suite double bath facing the Park. Additionally, the home features 4 large bedrooms, 4 1/2 marble baths, a mahogany wood paneled library, and a huge media room. […]

Posted in  Living room

Villa Olive is the ideal place for the those seeking for privacy and peacefulness, while still being just a few minutes drive from Gustavia, St. Jean and the famous beach of Gouverneur. Villa Olive is an outstanding new 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom villa built into the volcanic rock of Gouverneur, offering a breathtaking view over the island hills, the bay of St. Jean and the ocean. Ascend a teak stairway to enter the villa and access the central pavilion which features the […]