Inspired by the classic Maserati Bora, designer Alexander Imnadze created an independent concept rendering of the car for the modern world. Produced between 1971 and 1978, the Bora had less than 600 units built. It was this classic GT look that the designer intended to re-interpret for the modern Maserati Bora Concept.
Forever Pillow likes to exist solely for your comfort. It has a mobious strip inspired design that allows you to twist, turn or wrangle the pillow into several shapes that you might find comfortable or more suited for the use you intend. Forever Pillow is made out of bamboo fabric and 3M insulate filling, which apparently makes it capable of being warm in winters and cool in summers.
Manufacturers of exclusive and designer furniture, Boca do Lobo have quite a collection of unique and stylish furniture. Inspiration ranges from the contemporary to the historic, with each sporting a distinct look and quality that only comes with an uncommon look finished to perfection. Hit ahead to take a look at some of the items from the collection, and marvel at the beauty of the designer furniture.
In a world where Walter White’s product was not evil, like it decidedly is, and was not illegal, he would need some solid corporate packaging to sell his product. This little concept from graphic designer Mike Karolos does exactly that: create a corporate packaging for Heisenberg’s product.
Furniture that has the elements cars is not really rare, but it is rare to see where the disciplines of automobiles and furniture work in harmony. Glamour Beetle Armchair is way more than a couch dumped into a cut section of the Beetle. It manages to keep its identity as the car while very successfully functioning as a chair as well.
Garden Bridge in London is proposed as a pedestrian friendly medium to connect London’s South Bank to Covent Garden through river Thames. Proposed by British designer Thomas Heatherwick, the bridge will be covered in trees and shrubs and be open only for pedestrians.
A lamp that is a sort of deja vu for the design of Frank Gehry, the fish lamp takes its form from a design the 80+ year old architect created 25 years ago. The first fish lamp was created some 25 years ago when the designer saw shards of colorful plastics from ColorCore laminate. Revisiting the old design, the architect has created a new series of fish lamps, built again by using the ColorCore from Formica.
Concept 1865 is the classic Penny-farthing bicycle made to modern specifications, with modern materials. Developed as a prototype made by DING3000 working with chemical company BASF, the bicycle is meant to be a study of what the first bicycles would have been like, had their inventors stuck to their design but with access to modern materials.
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.
About 70 percent of the earth’s surface is water, so as the pressure on land grows, it would be sensible to seek water as a place to host cities. Designer Phil Pauley’s Sub-Biosphere 2 concept is a city established to live under water. A huge self contained structure, the city would be 1,105 feet wide housed in eight spherical pods called Bio Domes.