Lawns generally tend to be flat and grassy. Not that there is anything wrong with that style, but that does mean a little creative playing with the grassy green can make it look cool and unique. Designed by Hong Kong Studio Design Systems, Axial Symphony is a penthouse centered around its inhabitants.
Astetikal Dynamo concept phone is the work of designer John Stathakis. The front of the phone is mostly its big 5.1-inch screen, so there really isn’t much to say about its appearance other than its simple, minimalistic looks.
With all the ongoing automobile glory at the Geneva Motor Show, famous Italian coachbuilders Bertone also decided to chip in the amazing car lineup with the Nuccio Concept. The concept car is a homage to the company’s founder, Giovanni Bertone and takes its name from his nickname. Power for the sleek, futuristic looking concept comes from a 4.3-liter V8 chipping out an impressive 480hp.
The Batmobile is one of the hottest cars in town, one that most of us easily identify and like. So we don’t really blame designers if it seems they picked up a few cues from Batman’s ride. Allessian concept by Slovak designer Ivan Venkov apparently wanted to be the batmobile.
Bookshelves don’t get more glamorous than this one in the Dutch Mountain underground villa. Dutch design studio Denieuwegeneratie decided to give the underground villa a really cool bookshelf in the shape of a vintage Jaguar placed upright against a wall. This has to be amongst the best looking bookshelf/ storage space for a home.
At the Geneva Motor Show, Pininfarina intends to show its latest concept, the Cambiano. As expected from Pininfarina, the concept is stunning in all its futuristic look glory. The driver side has just one door in coupe like styling, the passenger side on the other hand, has two suicide doors to make enough room for passengers to enter and exit the comfortable white leather seats of the concept.
Spanish designer Oriol Llahona has come up with an interesting design in shape of the Numero 1 watch. Circumventing convention, width of the watch’s tiny snakeskin band is quite small as compared to very dominant and wide face. By way of comfort, tt might be a pain to deal with this watch but as far as looks are concerned, it is quite a treat.
Luna Concept watch appears to be quite a simple watch as compared to the traditional offerings from Tokyoflash. An entry into the design contest, the watch has been designed primarily for women. Australian designer Nigel designed the watch to be quirky, functional and something that would find appeal in young women. Time is displayed by three flowers on the band, and of course, the simplistic digital display.
Phone booths are steadily going the way of the dodo, and where they do exist they stand merely as relics of an era gone by. While we hardly lament for the booths going away, the steady decline of readers in libraries and of readers anywhere is actually a matter of concern. New York based architect John Locke combined both relics and made a public library that fits into a phone booth.
Architects Studio Velocity designed the Montblanc House in Okazaki, Japan. Made for a family of four, the house includes room for the shop of the young couple. It clearly is an offset from the houses in the neighborhood, all of which seem to have conventional designs. For the Montblanc House, the windows turn themselves into void spaces, providing ample light to the interiors and a view of the mountains far off in the landscape.