People in public restrooms will often try several methods to open the door without having to touch the handle. The handles are, of course, considered a breeding ground for germs and a good number would prefer not to touch them. PullClean door handle with instant hand sanitizer intends to be a solution to that, especially in environments like hospitals.
After an eruption of Mount Etna last year, Sicilian duo Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi of Formafantasma decided to experiment with the cooled lava and the shapes it could be molded into. Terming Mount Etna as a “mine without miners – it is excavating itself to expose its raw materials,” the duo collected the cooled lava as solidified dark grey basalt rock.
Combining the passion of a Rolleiflex Camera with coffee shop business, The Dreamy Camera cafe on the outskirts of Seoul, South Korea, makes a solid impression. The camera connection does not simply stop at the shape, the interiors of the coffee shop include a small museum for cameras.
Lamborghini, it would be fair to assume, has zero interest in making a rat rod. Yet, as an independent design study, the Lamborghini Rat Rod looks magnificent. A concept by Pawel Wisniewski and Jans Slapins, the rendering imagines the appearance of a classic rat rod with modern influence of the Lamborghini design language.
Project F Concept is a study based on the Ferrari 458 Italia. Created by Ugur Sahin Design (previously), the concept focuses on organic lines inspired by nature. The concept is heavily dependent on the appearance, living on top of the already well curved Ferrari.
Projections are so the next thing! For the past few years, they have become a symbol of the future, and sure, things do seem headed the right way. A brand new concept from Italian designers Set Solution imagine the upcoming iPhone 6 with the capability of holographic projection. According to the concept, this would allow the phone to show extended displays along its length, effectively giving it two additional screens. It could also be used for gaming, and well, for several other applications novel developers could put it use to.
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) is building the world’s tallest temple in Vrindavan, India. Named the Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir, the skyscraper temple will be one of the largest religious buildings in the world. Upon completion, the temple will stand 210 meters (700 feet) tall and include a built-up area of 540,000 square feet.
Smartphones today can do the traditional job of the phone, plus a hell lot of things. Perhaps you would like a phone just for making phone calls, well, then the modern technology is sufficiently placed to create a tiny phone you wouldn’t have to carry around in your pockets. Nokia FIT is a concept phone that travels in the same direction, its existence solely to make and receive calls.
Flash drives have grown very well over the last few years, and of course, technology continues to develop and make them better. dataSTICKIES concept is one that takes flash drives to a different direction, and with a different technology. The concept by New Delhi based designers Aditi Singh and Parag Anand envisions the use of graphene in data storage, and seamless transfer of data between devices.
Here is a simplistic view at life if there ever was one. Pinch this butt lamp to light it up, slap the butt to switch it off. That’s just the magic of glowing butts, where the sun shines right out of the arse. The glowing butt lamp by London based designer Joseph Begley is called Slap It, and offers “a multi-sensory experience to make you smile.”