Checkout Matilda II from designer Serdar Soyal. She’s quite the hot rod made to look better with these beautiful renderings. I’ll tell you something Matilda, your windscreen seems too small. Hot rods are supposed to look that way, but you seem to have gone overboard. But we will ignore that Matilda, because you’re only a rendering and beautiful either way.
Faced with a tiny apartment with very limited space, designer Till Koenneker found out a way to make the best use of space available, and making the apartment appear spacious enough. Christened The Living Cube, the idea was to have an integrated walk-in storage space and sleeping area. Executed deftly, the cube now works as a storage, closet, shelf and guest bed, possibly freeing up a good amount of space, while merging well with the decor of the room. Koenneker had great help in the shape of his carpenter Remo Zimmerli.
Spyker recently showed off its B6 Venator Spyder concept, a convertible 2-door mid-engine sports car that includes a few vintage cues along with modern style and technology. Vintage design cues show up in the V-shape radiator grille mesh and the Spyker logo of 1903. Apart from these simple visual vintage cues, the car goes the full modern route.
The DBC Supercar is an independent concept for Aston Martin by Azerbaijan based designer Samir Sadikhov. The designer has experience at Lamborghini and won an award at the international Ferrari World Design Contest. For the DBC, the designer has kept along certain design elements well known for Aston Martin, especially the grille and parts of the rear, while much of the looks get painted with quite a generous brush that does not blindly follow the way of the famed Aston Martin. Hit ahead for the image gallery.
Lightball lamp by designer Andrey Privalov takes the form of a basketball hoop with the ball itself acting as a lamp. A specially crafted neck and backboard keep the appearance of the design clean, allowing elegance to the lamp while it takes on the form of a playful setting for lighting.
An independent, futuristic concept for Volkswagen, the Aerrow by designer Andreas Blazunaj takes quite a futuristic look. Designed as a one person commuter, the concept is quite a cross between a motorycle and a car running on just two wheels.
Kindergarten Wolfartsweier might be difficult to speak out, but it is very pleasant to look at. The kindergarten is built into the face of a giant kitty who looks at her surroundings as if she were the sphinx. Kitty kindergarten, as we like to call it, has been designed by Tomi Ungerer and architect d’Ayla-Suzan Yöndel.
Back in the ’60s and ’70s, space exploration was kicking all kinds of ass. In those decades, humans would set foot on the moon within just 65 years of humans learning to fly airplanes. Of course, the space industry and the world at large was abuzz with action. The drawing table saw a lot of work as space shuttles were required, and these renderings show what developed into the space shuttles we know today.
A take on the deteriorating air quality and cities filled with landfills, designer Chiu Chih’s “Voyage on the Planet” is something of an air supply for the apocalypse. Chiu focuses on the idea that the planet is in an everchanging state of flux, and humans must adapt or even modify and create new equipments to survive.
Photoframe shaped “Unbalanced Hotel” is envisioned to be built at the edge of a cliff to capture the picturesque scene near Lima, Peru. Designed by Spanish firm OOIIO the building will sink into the ground on one of its corners, giving the appearance of a lopsided frame and an unbalanced structure. It will include 125 rooms, restaurants, conference rooms, meeting rooms and exhibition spaces.