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jasonamendolara.wordpressDesign for Fred 2008 Sink one in your drink. Gin and Titonic ice tray creates Four RMS Titanic ships and four menacing icebergs guaranteed to keep the party afloat. Made of soft recyclable, food-safe synthetic rubber. Design for Fred 2008 with Christina Sciullo FunHouse is a set of reusable static-cling decals that turn any mirror into an opportunity to look completely ridiculous. Dentures aren’t just for Grandpa anymore. Design for Fred 2008 with Luke Boggia Tabletop magician’s assistant serves up those nifty little sword toothpicks we all love. Tooth piks stab, spear, scoop and schmear. Design for Fred 2007 Reusable hot packs for your pockets or hands. High intensity, high fashion led key light. My aversion to dish washing inspired this fun yet very functional tool. Design for Fred 2006 Some disassembly required for this fun, do it yourself placesetting. Rock on with this retro tote bag made from durable non-woven plastic.
Fantastic Flood-Proof House Designed to Break Free & FloatIt has to be said: this incredible New Orleans home design from Morphosis is making waves in the architectural community. In case of flooding, this home does not simply drift off – rather, it rises up on the water but remains tethered to vertical guides that keep it from floating away, essentially the ultimate in luxury battery-powered life rafts. Yet another project sponsored by Bran Pitt and his Make It Right Foundation, this home is designed to be modern, stylish and sustainable but also to remain modest, functional and contextual. While it has not yet been (and hopefully will never need to be) in actual live flooding conditions, in such an emergency the structure would essentially break free of its footings as well as gas pipes, power lines, and other ties to the ground surface and city grid – carrying enough power for a few days and a safely elevated enclosure while its residents await rescue.
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