Decorating the inside of an office is a task difficult for most of us, especially because we want it to look modern, yet professional, simple yet elegant. The thing is some forget that you need more than expensive furniture, like odd-shaped desks or couches in order to fill the space – as we forget that this is just the basic stuff. What comes after is equally important. You want your workspace to be attractive for visitors and comfortable for your own good – … continue reading
All industrial districts slowly faded away, replaced by the newer yet so dominant office buildings making their name downtown of every major city around the world. But what happened to the space they once dully occupied ? Well, most of it was remodelled to accommodate the needs of every respective neighbourhood, but some of these buildings remained on their feet, only to find themselves out of any sort of reason for existing. So what’s the whole idea ? Home design experts took their creativity and tried to find a way to convert these architectural-nowdays-nonsense to become responsible members of the community.
How does it sound to have your own private labirynth where you can go to and escape the outside world. The least to be said about such a concept is that it sounds ironic. However, Art Design Craft, an artist company led by Benjamin Nordsmark shows how you can add depth and dimension to a regular living room table by adding a labyrinth inside of it. We do find quite amazing. Benjamin Nordsmark is a furniture and cabinet designer, a man that uses … continue reading
Does it look like lock-picking could be done so fast just in movies? Well, think again. Probably anyone could learn how to take out the locksmith inside them and figure out how to pick a lock. You have to start easy, then increasing difficulty until it gets really challenging. Guess what? The guys from Markershed are offering a lockpick school kit that fits inside a wooden box. That’s right, you will get your own tool set and locks to play with until your … continue reading
Working at home has become a viable option in our times, being the perfect way to take care of business while getting the comfort you need. You have the technology now, so the need to distance yourself from home is no more required. But this method of making yourself available for your kids and your dog has its disadvantages, the greatest of which is that it takes room to accommodate all the stuff you need: the papers, the printers, the desk; you name it. Also, there are times when everyone around you has to be silent, in order to give you not only the space you need, but the peaceful environment as well.
Renewable energy is the future, and everybody must have realized that by now. It’s in the news, in school teachings, documentaries, pretty much everywhere you turn your head around. Being on the green side of the spectrum will become a definition for the modern man, and this is for many reasonable motives. This is what Smartflower pop is for – the world’s first all-in-one solar system, so that you can leave a green mark for yourself on this planet’s brighter horizon. Just think … continue reading
Building fast is no longer a secondary wish when establishing plans for a new home. Instead, it has become a main requirement, along with durability, pleasant aspect and functionality. NOEM is able to provide a fully functional, hi-tech and eco-friendly house in 10 weeks. An intelligent refuge, as the company’s name means in old Spanish, can be laid down by NOEM using top of the line technologies, all using wood as base material. One of the three currently built models by NOEM is … continue reading
People often associate innovation with light, and any bright idea with a light bulb. Well so does Flyte, only they wanted to take it to the next level. The whole idea of Flyte is to combine magnetic levitation with induction. The mastermind behind this project was always fascinated by the way different objects can rise and revolve around thin air. He put his mind to work and came up with this: using a so-called base, crafted from a combination of oak, ash and … continue reading