Baltazár is half hotel, half bar/winebar/wine store/grill. Located centrally next to the Buda Castle in Budapest, Hungary, this place is perfect for anybody willing to spend a pretty penny to get impeccable service and experience a unique atmosphere. The location is perfect as you are surrounded by protected landmark buildings, while the most important gourmet quarters of Budapest are just around the corner. If you’re interested in spending a night or two in the lovely hotel, you’ll be happy to know that the rooms are individually themed, with designs … continue reading
The Norwegians know that bringing your own lunch is vital when food is too expensive in town (which is more than often true in the Scandinavian peninsula). Norway-based Unika brings you the best way of storing and transporting your food to work, when going on hikes or just because you want to give your sandwich a nice home before drowning it in acid and digesting it. Colorful, occupying minimal space and looking good, the FoodSkin flexible lunchbox will fit any type of sandwich, regardless … continue reading
Of course, you might argue that there is no right and wrong when it comes to exploring, and we might just let you have this one. But there are some aspects of exploring new cities like, say, Honduras (which has ranked number 1 at homicides in 2012) that will not only leave you with your mind open – but literally leave you with your skull open somewhere in a back alley. Not trying to give Honduras a bad rep here, we’d love to visit it, but carefully … continue reading
How often do you dream ? Or, should I say, how often do you think you dream and what do you dream about ? Do you remember all of your dreams ? I think that I’m speaking for everyone when saying that I usually forget what I dream about even if I seem to have a very clear image of it immediately after I wake. Well, during the day, even if I plan on talking about my sometimes creepy dreams with my friends, … continue reading
Here’s an interesting piece of work designed for those of you who love reading and want something good looking for holding your precious friends, the books. Designers Eva Alessandrini and Roberto Saporiti created the “Read Your Bookcase” for Saporiti, an Italian furniture and interior design company. At first glance, this intriguing bookshelf looks more like a labyrinth of some sort, but you’ll soon realize that it’s, in fact, a clever host for your beloved books, or even vinyls. Why ? Well, on one … continue reading
Reinventing the wheel is no longer just an expression. These guys are set to revolutionize your bicycle by turning it into a smartbike. How? By adding an electronic rear wheel, allowing most conventional bikes to speed up to 20 miles per hour without any effort from the rider. No special knowledge is required, and you can easily install the FlyKly Smart Wheel by yourself. The speed control can be carried out through a mobile app that you can freely install on your iOS, Android … continue reading
Bradley Garrett, a photographer and researcher with a background in anthropology and archeology, has spent the past five years of his life exploring hidden and forgotten parts of cities all over the world. Sneaking into sewers and bunkers, through metro tunnels and up skyscrapers, Garrett calls his work place-hacking: “I see the access to secret spatial information available to those willing to dive through the loopholes in the system as akin to virtual hacking.”
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