Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Dinner Inside a Tree house, Now Everything is Posible

A little restaurant is going to be open during few weeks on a Treehouse in New Zealand, It's too far away for me, but if you are close enough (and you have the money) I would check it out!

Now Poor People Are Able To See Again

Professor Josh Silver pioneers DIY adjustable glasses that do not need an optician. Created for 1bn of world's poorest.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP Architects

IIt’s hard to believe this is in Tokyo… A six-apartment complex located in central Tokyo. Each time I see it I get more amused, it's so hard to believe it!!!

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Eye Candy by Eye Candy Can

Eye Candy Can have created a conceptual lollipop-shaped device that transmits images to the brain via the tongue. “Resonators positioned on the surface of an Eye Candy transmit information from the tongue to the brain at the frequency that the eyes usually send visual information to the brain,” explains Eyal of Eye Candy Can. So now you can just get relaxed or focus or being able to meditate just by using this "lollipop".

Tokujin Yoshioka's Honey-Pop chair

It can be flattened down next to nothing. He has an impressive amount of work done, It does worth to have a full close look to his webpage (he does almost anything involving design).

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Danny Kuo's StairCASE

A bookcase that is also a Staircase, so you can reach everywhere in your bookcase

Pattern Anywhere

This Spanish Company is able to apply their designs to anything and everything you could think of, from wallpaper, furniture, textiles, clothing, tiles to note books

House Printer (it does print a real house)

No kidding this is real!

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Breathtaking Natural Swimming Pools

Hopefully one day I'll be able to have one of these (or maybe not). No chemicals involved in the maintenance of these pools.

Friday, September 5, 2008

Horno 3 by Grimshaw

Grimshaw architects have converted a decommissioned blast furnace into a museum of steel in Monterrey, Mexico.

Grand Canal Square by Martha Schwartz Partners

Landscape architects Martha Schwartz Partners have completed the Grand Canal Square project in Dublin, Ireland. The €8 million project consists of red resin-glass paving that extends into the water, dotted with illuminated red poles. Planted sections are arranged diagonally across the square.

Museum Liaunig

Museum near Neuhaus in Carinthia, Austria. Done by Querkraft Architects