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The house is located in the quiet sub-urban district of Chaengwattana. When we arrived at Equilibrium House, our eyes met the distinctive grayish concrete mass that seemed to separate itself from the surrounding environment, uniquely reflecting the identity of the owner and the architects at the same time.    

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Couch Sleeper combines the functions of a daybed and a sleeping bag. The design is based on the notice that people always use a blanket while lying on the couch. When it is closed, it can be used like a traditional daybed on which one can lie or sit on. In this situation, only the oversized zip locker suggests this special function. If feeling cold or tired, the soft cover can be opened untill the foot to slip in. Couch […]

Coat Check is a chair design that seeks to encourage people to hang their coats up properly. The design simply appropriates the plastic hangers and the steel bar from a standard closet and creates a chair from those elements. The idea is to bring these items out into the open to be seen and thus remembered on a daily basis. The chair could be great for house parties or just daily routine. Coat Check also has the potential to be […]

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1% Products produces only 100 pieces of each of their works, making them less than mass-produced but more than often unattainable one-of-a-kind pieces. Lightning fixtures that give new personalities to an ordinary light bulb. A light bulb  that seems to sway. via  

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The circle of  Your rainbow panorama complements the museum’s square plan exactly. These basic geometric forms challenge each other in a friendly dialogue about spatial dimensions, movement, and the passing of time. The continuous curve limits your view to about twenty meters ahead, revealing one color shade after the other. The intimacy created by this short distance is reflected back on the moving bodies. Color  intensifies reality at all times. Think of Your rainbow panorama as an expectation machine. Even […]

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The original brief was set to design a modern take on the Isokon Penguin Donkey, that was within 10% of the originals dimensions. The outcome was “embrace” an award winning piece of furniture, designed to store modern media such as DVD’s, CD’s and Magazines. This smart piece of furniture naturally forms two low modern tables that are then ‘embraced’ together in order to form a storage unit / magazine rack / occasional table. the dimension are 375 x 850 x […]

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We’ve got another great project by Studio Gang Architects to share with you. Through conceptual “magnification” of its natural wonders, the Blue Wall Center restores and highlights the important ecological systems of its site, transforming a 165-acre former camp into an outdoor experience that encourages visitors to enjoy, explore, understand, and conserve the rich and unique landscape of the Upstate region of South Carolina. The Visitor Center, landscaped gardens, eco-lodges, hiking trails, and overlooks foster the visitor’s understanding of the remarkable […]

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The Stilla Carafe was collaboratively designed by Andrew Simpson of Vert Design and Silversmith and Designer Oliver Smith. The product was developed and produced for market by Just A Glass Act. ‘Elegantly pure in form and exquisitely functional’ Special mention was made of its unique form and function when it won first prize at the PYD Product of the Year Award 2009. It was described as a poetic expression of the elemental nature of liquid and the joys of sharing […]

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Shoot underwater without investing in expensive equipment The Underwater Digi Cam is like the dog of artsy cameras: same awesome pictures, but a lot more fun when you go in the pool with it. It’s waterproof to 100 feet and shoots digital stills and video! It’s not a fancy purebred dog either: it costs less than most underwater camera housings, so you can learn to shoot underwater without shelling out a zillion bucks. Heck, you can throw it around at […]

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Designer Roy Letterle, aka Iero, merged 2 chairs and 1 bed in the piece ‘Bed Blend’. The chairs serve as bedside tables and in turn start formation of a headboard with their backs. Both the form and the function of Bed Blend are stripped to their absolute essentials. Even the ‘blending components,’ two chairs and a bed, are quintessentially basic. One simple, rustic idea in all its bareness.

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The Spiral Cellar system was developed in 1978 by a Frenchman who saw that few modern houses had wine cellars, but that people still needed a place to store their wine. If a wine-lover has a serious collection it can quickly outgrow wine racks and refrigerator units. It can keep up to 1,600 bottles in ideal storage conditions and since, like a traditional cellar, it relies on the surrounding earth for its insulation, plus an ingenious air-flow system, it requires […]

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The iPhone SLR Mount. Yes, it’s really real. Ever since the iPhone camera was invented, it’s aspired to be what it simply never quite could be: a DSLR. Sure, apps have helped your camera phone inch forward with simulated focusing and faux filters. Faux no more. The iPhone SLR Mount gives you the real thing. It’ll set your phone photos apart from everyone else’s on Instagram in an unprecedented way! This case-adapter combo lets you mount your Canon EOS or […]

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DUCTPAN is not a standard dustpan; it includes an ingenious funnel duct to simplify the process of emptying it out. Kawamura-Ganjavian is an architecture and design studio founded in 2000 by Key Portilla-Kawamura and Ali Ganjavian. Having met in London in the late 1990’s, they worked in India, USA, Japan, Great Britain and Switzerland. The studio was established in London and is currently based in Madrid, with outposts in Brussels, Lausanne, London and Paris.  

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Born out of necessity, desire, many a prototype and some late nights the solution has arrived.  Now that the  mobile buddy has replaced the watch, the alarm clock.  Gadgets make your life  more simple! via  

These 22 Overwater Horizon bungalows are situated in absolute peace, the farthest out from the Bora Bora resort in the turquoise waters of the lagoon, with an incredible view on the reef, a little island (motu) and the open ocean beyond. They offer exactly the same layout and level of services as the Lagoon Bungalows. These Junior Suites built on stilts offer a spacious living area. The bedroom features a comfortable King Size bed and faces a large en-suite living […]

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The designer, Walter M. Robert , wanted  to  create a greener world this is an idea of a mp4 player that uses transparent solar panels, a transparent super amoled screen and nano technology. It is as slim as an access card and can virtually fit in a wallet. It wont break easy because its made of the reknown hard Gorilla glass.  

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