Hong Kong Micro Apartment by Gary Chang – 24 Rooms / 344 sq ft (Video)

Residential space is becoming an exceptionally expensive commodity and a growing problem in urbanized Asian environments. However, architect Gary Chang from Hong Kong need not worry. His ingenious solution called ‘Micro Apartment’ could be the key to creating more space with sliding wall units and fold-away furniture. Gary’s apartment is only 344 square foot (or …

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Exbury Egg – Self-Sustaining, Energy Efficient Floating Office (VIDEO)

There have been many attempts to make workplaces more creative without losing their practicality, but this invention, that is a result of a collaboration between PAD studio, the SPUD group and artist Stephen Turner who will be spending the next year inside the working place in question, might easily be one of the best ideas …

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Snöbär Chair by Yonder Magnetik

Serbian design duo Nebojsa Gornjak and Natasa Vukosavljevic have created for Yonder Magnetik a playful, comfortable, soft chair which they called Snöbär, a Swedish word for snowberry. The name is no coincidence since snowberry has very delicate plush white berries which seem to float lightly in the air thus giving a plant a soft feel. …

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Prahran Hotel in Victoria by Techne Architects

Prahran Hotel in Victoria in Australia was designed by Techne Architects based in Melbourne. It covers the area of about 6,000 square feet, and the entire project included some of the best experts in their respective fields. Prahran hotel is a two storey pub with art deco façade, but the rear side of it was …

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PIZZA QUE GRILL STONE

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Getting the temperature right is vitally important when baking a pizza and the way to do it is to use the Pizza Que Grill Stone. Most indoor ovens cannot produce the perfect temperature to make the crust on your pizza crisp enough and toppings bubble. The Pizza Que Grill Stone is a very efficient way …

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Micro Parisian Studio Apartment Uses Artificial Lighting to it’s Advantage

Studio apartments are usually very small and there is not enough room for any special interior design features, but having a problem of insufficient natural light further increases the amount of difficulty when it comes to organizing such a space. Architects Nicolas Dorval-Bory and Raphaël Bétillon, from the architectural studio BETILLON/DORVAL-BORY, accompanied by interns Federica …

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Walking Table by Wouter Scheublin (VIDEO)

You are probably going to marvel at Walking Table by Dutch designer Wouter Scheublin because you have never seen anything like it. An unusual combination of mechanics and carpentry, the Walking Table is definitely not a static piece of furniture. This table is made of walnut and it comes to life when pushed or pulled …

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Fulton Center Project – Reconnecting the Subway with the Sky

The Fulton Center Project is a project that is supposed to breathe new life into the New York subway system. One of the most prominent features of the Fulton Center should be the new eight-story dome that is supposed to let the natural light back into the subway system. The project has been given to …

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WELLSPRING | BY MARTIN AZUA

Spanish designer Martín Azúa invites you to restore your relationship with nature by designing Wellspring – an unusual looking porous vase that is spherical in shape with a mouth in the front and a smaller hole at the top. The concept is devised to simulate an ecosystem, with soil, rocks and plants, which are nourished …

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CONCRETE CANVAS SHELTER

“Concrete Canvas Ltd. manufacture a ground breaking material technology called Concrete Canvas that allows concrete to be used in a completely new way. Concrete Canvas was originally developed for the award winning Concrete Canvas Shelters, a building in a bag that requires only water and air for construction.” – Concrete Canvas Ltd. The two extremely …

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