BAUMRAUM’S TREEHOUSE RETREAT IN BELGIUM

The Baumraum studio from Bremen, Germany designed this cozy treehouse retreat placed in the Belgian Hechtel-Eksel. Unusually, it is supposed to serve as an international conference centre for discussions regarding sustainability. Its nature is intended to encourage eco friendly and environmentally conscious solutions. The treehouse consists of two elevated cabins that are on different heights, …

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The Moleskine Shooting Message System (SMS) Notebook

In the digital age, using something analogue has become a novelty, oddly enough. In honour of the 20th anniversary of SMS texting, the famous notebook company Moleskine has launched a limited edition notebook called The Moleskine Shooting Message System (SMS) which, in a catapult-style, shoots out analogue text messages up to 5.18 metres in distance. …

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Illuminated Disco Chair by Kiwi and Pom

If you want to add color to your interior, you might just like the Disco Chair by Kiwi and Pom. It is consisted of 200 meters of electroluminescent wire and, when powered, it turns into a colorful neon light rainbow that is sure to grab anyone’s attention. The Disco Chair isn’t just simple bundle of colors, …

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Pointer HERE by Anna and Maxim Maximov of Maximovich Design

Most of us are not memory champions when it comes to remembering where we have put our keys, sunglasses, personal documents, phones, wallets, headphones, airline tickets etc. Maximovich Design is here to help you. Their ingenious product called Pointer HERE is dummy-proof and in a blatantly obvious way “shows” where you have left your personal …

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WINDOW SOLAR PHONE CHARGER | BY XD DESIGN

$30

Have the designers from XD Design gotten closer to solving mobile phone battery limitation problems by developing a Window Solar Phone Charger? Mobile devices have become an everyday occurrence. Their possibilities and significance have been growing daily and it’s not likely to stop any time soon. However, the biggest problem with these devices is the fact …

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PALÄON Research and Experience Centre in Germany

The architects from Zurich and Berlin based firm Holzer Kobler Architecturen have created the new PALÄON Research and Experience Centre in Schoningen, Germany. The building in the hilly environment has its distinctive look that clearly separates it from the surrounding area, but still fits the background perfectly. This is so mainly due to the fact …

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Fabbrica Bergen Restaurant by Tjep

The Dutch designers from Tjep Studio have designed the new Restaurant Fabbrica in Bergen, The Netherlands, mixing two, some would say, completely opposite concepts. The entire structure is based on a wide, open space floor, making the whole place seem open and friendly. Now, the downside of this concept is that it usually provides no …

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Vertical Living Gallery by Sansiri and Shma in Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is known as the place where nature is defeated by buildings and the same thing can be said about many other big cities in the world. However, the Vertical Living Gallery – the gallery and office space for apartment sale – by architects from Sansiri and landscape architects from Shma, definitely breathes new life …

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Suri Chair Collection by Portuguese Designer Pedro Gomes

“Less is more” is a motto which perfectly describes the Suri Chair, designed by Portugal-based designer Pedro Gomes. This bentwood chair has a soft, light, subtle and wonderfully simple yet striking design. Through different combinations of woods, upholstery colours and materials (fabric or leather), supports and legs, Gomes has managed to make each chair from …

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Zaha Hadid Designs Messner Mountain Museum at Plan de Corones

Another bold design idea for a big project by Zaha Hadid. The London-based architectural firm was commissioned to design the last Messner Mountain Museum at Plan de Corones. The sixth museum of the series is to be built in collaboration with one of the most famous extreme mountaineers Reinhold Messner, who is considered one of …

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