The modulOne from PassivDom is quite an interesting house. Or, to be more accurate with the company’s description, “autonomous 3D-printed mobile house”. The Ukrainian company behind the house says it is “mobile and transportable house with Passive House parameters”. It is claimed that the thermal characteristics are high enough for the house to use 20 times less energy than an ordinary building. Of course, this comes in rather handy as autonomous function and off-grid living are the major selling points of this house.
There could hardly be a Mr. Right, if it wasn’t for the magnanimity of Mrs. Always Right. Get these throw pillow cushion covers, and Mr. Right can have a good chuckle with Mrs. Always Right. Available on Amazon.
Everyone has an idea of their ideal abode, the place dreams call home. This one here, is the dream house of Daniel Martin Ferrero of Martin Ferrero Architecture. With the skill available to him, Daniel was able to visualize his dream in a way that makes it more tangible, if not entirely real.
Covered in a concrete planter, this router lives happily as a sweet little decoration that adds green to your décor. The shallow planter dish is fit for plants like moss and ferns, and sits comfortably above a TP-LINK TL-WDR3600 router. You will have to be a bit careful when watering the plants, as it requires removing the planter and draining it before setting it back up on the router.
Kids doodling on the duvet? Well, no mom’s going to like it, and we doubt encouraging doodles on a duvet is a good idea. However, if that is your thing, these doodle friendly duvet covers are exactly what you’re looking for. Doodle away, and see all of them slide away when you wash the covers, leaving the covers clean and ready for another round of doodling. The covers come with 10 washout markers so you can start doodling right away without having to worry about the marks staying on. Costs $56.95.
Ideas of green wall and vertical gardens have been floating around for quite a while, and while we enjoy those ideas, this one just took us with a pleasant surprise. Hideo Kumaki Architect Office came up with this idea for the Green Screen House, located in Saitama, Japan.
Venus Flytrap is a plant with a unique reputation, one of the few plants in the world that actually “hunt” for their food. We can obviously understand the lure of having a plant like that in a pot and that would be quite a wise decision. The plants grow between three to ten centimeters depending on the time of the year, and might very well add to its place with its pink or bright red basins that it uses to lure and prey on insects.
We absolutely love modern tech, but the lure of old-world design isn’t quite easy to miss. Italian company Restart makes these classy old-timey sinks from brass, With its classic look, the sink also includes a dish rack and a towel bar.
It’s been a long time since we saw anything Tron-inspired. We’re liking this kitchen from Milan-based architectural and design Studio AquiliAlberg. It looks futuristic with a clean design. Yet we can’t help thinking that the kitchen lacks lightcycles… Lightcycles in the kitchen? I must be going mad.
Admit it, this is the bedroom you’ve always wanted; because there is no friggin’ way someone would pass on a bedroom with a pirate ship, rope bridge, slides and ropes. Designed by Steve Kuhl for a six-year old, the bedroom has a “floating” pirate ship that is connected to a “jail cell” by means of a rope bridge. A rope’s suspended from the ship’s hull for quick access to the closet, and another awesome addition is a completely hidden spiral slide, for the kid to travel downstairs in awesomeness.