Personal and Home
Not Your Typical Dishwasher Most dishwashers are the size of a washing machine, taking up as much space. What if you are a small family unit or a singleton? You don’t need such a huge size for 2 plates, a glass and some dishes? The Instant Dishwasher addresses these questions and comes off as this table-top version that integrates comfortably into your kitchen counter.
Dust Ball Dust Ball the robotic vacuum and his charger. Dave Hakkens Roombas are cute and everything, but when they annoy you, they don’t respond well to being kicked in the side. Not so with Dust Ball , a new robotic vacuum cleaner concept designed by a Dutch engineer. Inspired by a hamster ball and resembling a pollen grain, Dust Ball can be pushed or kicked in any direction to clean. Watch it roll in this video.
Collection of the most creative and interesting cell phone concepts designed by talented people from all over the globe. Weather Cell Phone Concept Beautiful cell phone concept design by Seunghan Song accurately detects and illustrates present weather conditions. [ link ] Mobile Script Cell Phone Concept
It is the time of CES and the media is currently filled with a lot of very interesting products - but here is one that you will not see (unfortunately). It's a PC the size of a napkin. The best part is that it is based on passive screen technology (epaper), which means that it only needs power when you change it. The result is that whatever you draw on it will stay on the screen forever (or atleast until you change it) without the need for cables or batteries. This is a brilliant concept by Avery Holleman , and apart from the color epaper, all of it could be done today. The current epaper technology unfortunately only supports black and white (like the Kindle ).
Pull a favorite book from your library shelf or twist a candlestick on your fireplace and voila! a secret passageway has been opened to reveal a hidden room. Whether for safety or storing valuable objects, Creative Home Engineering can include optical and thermal sensors, fingerprint scanners, voice recognition systems just like in the movies. Behind bookcases, cabinets and cupboards or even underneath the staircase – i love how every object in your home can be a hidden passageway to a room or even a whole section in your house – Now you see it, now you don’t!
Everybody knows the essentials of home decor such as beds, tables, and wall units for the TV, but there are some neat home decor accessories that are just plain fun! Its not that you cannot live without them, they simply make your life easier, and certainly different from the neighbor's home accessories. The toughest security lock there is. You must solve the labyrinth in order to open the lock.
I've always leaned towards browns, blacks, creams and earthy colors in home decoration, that's the boring in me. But, I don't know, I'm kind of starting to like bright colors more. Kaleidoscope kind of colors, like turquoise, fuchsia, pink, aqua, violet, yellow, orange... all combined together. I admit that could be a bit retina-searing sometimes, but if expertly put together... it looks something like this... I am absolutely in love with the "Jester" sofa, and the paper lanterns. Even the fruit matches!
Big Boat Dragovic Yacht With a name like Vuk Dragovic, one doesn’t need to go very far to find a unique name for any sort of design they’ve made and need to name. However!
I found this post at Bakerella over a year ago, and since then I've been determined to do this myself. There are a few problems, though. I have a very tiny kitchen, and not enough wall space for a traditional spice rack I have limited counter space, so a counter spice rack is out as well. (and besides, most of them are positioned so that you can't really see what's in the bottles, which kinda defeats the purpose of this project.)
first image the fluid vase by fung kwok pan from singapore is a customizable vase that takes its form through an interactive digital design interface. the vase’s form simulates the moving fluid, something that is directly linked to the function of a vase. users can specify various aspects of the design to create a unique one off edition for themselves. adjustments like the speed and volume of water used can be altered and the final design is created through 3d printing technologies. the digital simulations are based on video of flowing water captured through high speed cameras. the design as featured in designboom’s ‘ asia-now ’ exhibition held at the dwell on design fair in los angeles this past june. sequence
11/14/2009 under Cool Objects - by Nora Vega - TAGS: cool mirror, creative mirrors Razorblade Mirror A nice piece of design from Suck UK, the Razorblade Mirror is based on the shape of a typical razorblade. Designed by Phil Sims and ideal for a novelty shaving mirror or just an interesting decoration for your living room wall, it's even got the name of the most famous razorblade-user of all on the front - Sweeney Todd. Razor Blade Mirror is selling for £74.99. The price is pretty high for a mirror.
You clearly can't fill this hot tub with water, yet when you get inside of it you're dropped into a nice, steamy pool.
Usually the lounge chair is the chair that is long enough to support the legs. Usually they are pretty comfortable have a cool but similar design and costs a fortune. Although there are some exclusions from this rule. The design could be unique and even weird.