Category "Design"

Electrolux Professional Grand Cuisine

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If you want to turn your kitchen into a professional, restaurant-like place for cooking, Electrolux Professional Grand Cuisine provides just that. It will create a chef’s atmosphere and inspire you to enjoy the art of fine dining. Usually, you can find Electrolux Professional products in many restaurants worldwide but now the same tools can be used in your kitchen. According to their design director they “chose materials and finishes that you would find in a professional context, such as …

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Modpools | Shipping Container Pools

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There are not many innovative things about swimming pools, except maybe differences in shapes and sizes. Modpools, on the other hand, are a clever solution for your backyard since they come in shipping containers. Yeah, you’ve heard it, a pool that can be moved. What this pool does is it uses the structural rigidity of the container so you can easily set it up but also relocate if necessary, the thing you could never do easily …

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Lilium | World’s First Electric Jet

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Since the invention of flight, beginning with the Wright Brothers in the early 1900’s, man has been fascinated by it. First deemed an impossibility, and now, it is not only possible, but we are figuring out new and create ways to soar as the birds. Human flight, truly is, a miracle. As far as miraculous things go, The Lilium is up there. Literally, and figuratively. A few days ago, Lilium completed its first test flight …

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Ooho! | The Edible Water Bottle

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We are all aware of the effect that plastic has on our environment. Some types of plastic take thousands of years to degrade, and we even have garbage patches in the ocean. The best example is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch that literally contains millions of pieces of plastic. To combat this problem, great minds come up with innovative solutions. One such solution is Ooho! Edible Water Bottle. Created by Skipping Rock Lab, The Ooho! …

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Teamlab Interactive Restaurant At Sagaya Ginza | Tokyo

Teamlab is an art collective that creates a series of interactive art installations around the world, covering a number of motives like nature, technology, art, and design. Their latest installation is created in an exclusive restaurant in Tokyo’s Ginza district- ‘Saga beef restaurant SAGAYA Ginza“ The restaurant shows the true beauty of Japan, with its concept, food, and interior. It is so exclusive that it can house only eight guests per day. The food is served on ceramic plates and …

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Angel’s Share Luxury Superyacht | By Wally Yachts

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There are few things that personify luxury, wealth, and class. Among some fantastic super cars, there will always be a superyacht in the wealthy man’s collection of toys. As far as luxury superyachts go, the Angel’s Share Superyacht is definitely up there in design and elegance. Created by the Monaco-based Wally Yachts the Angel’s Share is exactly what happens when top-notch engineering, design, and construction is not limited by a price range. The Angel’s Share …

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Electric Jellyfish Aquarium

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We all need something to brighten up our desks; it improves your mood, makes your environment look good, and it increases your productivity. If you were looking for something unique, then a jellyfish tank would be perfect, but we don’t always have the means to care for a jellyfish. If you are part of the latter group, then the Electric Jellyfish Aquarium is exactly what you need! Unique, stunning, and a wonderful edition to your …

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Revolutionairs – Nike’s Vote Forward 2017

In case you missed it, just recently Nike celebrated the anniversary of Air Max. Each year they think of a different thing to do to celebrate this remarkable model and for this occasion, they came up with “Revolutionairs”. What the project did is invited a bunch of creative people to visit their Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. We’re talking about individuals from all over the world from artists, designers, DJs, to retailers. They had a task of reimagining Nike Air Max …

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Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism

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Do you ever think about happiness in terms of possessions? In the consumer society, it is difficult to get rid of the unnecessary items when it’s hard to even tell what you need and what you don’t. Fumio Sasaki decided to show us the good sides of minimalism in his book called Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism. The author wanted to stop comparing himself to others and gain freedom, gratitude, and fulfillment. In this book, he shares his living experiences …

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Ustaoset Cabin

Located 3,500 feet above the sea level and situated somewhere between Oslo and Bergen stands Ustaoset Cabin. This is truly a remote location since there are no roads leading to it and all the materials had to be transported by a helicopter. But the construction difficulties didn’t stop there. This altitude is surrounded with slow-growing vegetation so the work had to be manually done in order to preserve it. During the summer months, the architects finished …

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