Control light by your phone, touch, and audio and personalize it your way, but handles low function-load, multiple reboots, and is challenging to handle.
Imagine living one on one with nature. A peaceful, quiet place where you can be in touch with true nature. Wouldn’t that be wonderful? Well, there is an architecture firm that wants to make this possible. Score Architects has a proposal for just such a thing.
Whether at home, or at the office, a nice plant makes the ambiance peaceful and fashionable. Those with a green thumb will definitely like the “Living Wall” designed by Horticus.
DiFOLD Origami Bottle is a collapsible bottle inspired by the art of origami paper folding. It is elegant, sophisticated, and 100% stable when unfolded. The Origami bottle holds up to 750 milliliters of water when full. The folds along its exterior allow it to “collapse” or fold down to 80% of its size. This makes it easy to tote around without taking much space.
Unveiled at the New York Auto Show, the all-electric Genesis Essentia Concept is a lovely head-turner. Good looks and performance of this concept could do wonders for the Genesis brand, and also for the parent company, Hyundai. Genesis sees the concept as the pinnacle of its awkward sounding “Athletic Elegance” design language; the phrase thankfully is overshadowed, or at least vindicated by the looks of the Essentia.
It is a concept, an idea that exists as a rendering; it could be many things, but it chose to be a keyboard. As a new concept keyboard, it looked at the wide choices of names it could have, wondering if simply being called keyboard would be enough. “No” said the booming voice of its creator, giving it the name F**ktron. This point forward, I’m just going to call it F-Tron. It is easier to write, and having to censor names just doesn’t sit right.
So here’s this cool stovetop kettle designed to look like the silhouette of Darth Vader. Well, there aren’t many things that Star Wars characters and Darth Vader haven’t been mashed up with, so a kettle couldn’t have been that far on the horizon. The handle on this stainless steel and plastic kettle is designed to evoke the lightsaber. Get one of these for $70 and you’ll get to
see hear Lord Vader whistle like a kettle.
Set in the Swiss Alps, this cabin shows an interesting setting by itself. Although, don’t be fooled by its apparently ragged exterior, this one hides its beauty. The Sarreyer Cabin by Rapin Saiz Architects has an interior that takes a whole different look than its exterior. Once you enter the cabin, the rough exterior reveals the warm and cozy interiors it carefully hides.