Frankly, it’s amazing how, using only paper, is possible to build this amazing castle. In order to create this masterpiece should be very good try. Japanese painter and sculptor, Wataru Ituri made it great. He created the incredible beauty of the castle, which is made entirely of paper. This creature has the same original name – "Castle on the ocean." The main highlight of this creation is the lighting of the castle, which matched very original. Each column of each tower and the window shine. Therefore, of amazing the streets this mini-town radiate a fairy tale. Look!
Developed by NASA this revolutionary rotary hydroponic system concept was created to provide a constant supply of fresh herbs and salad in spacecraft. Thanks to its effectiveness and advantages this concept was transferred with success into a daily life. In spite of all these, the rotary gardens had not undergone evolutionary change from aesthetic point of view. The Green Wheel project is going to be the first rotary garden that can become an iconic object for both its advantages and its unique design. The Green Wheel has many benefits over the traditional garden. First of all it allows you to produce a variety of agricultural products. This device is absolutely ecofriendly. It helps you to grow your own fresh herbs and vegetables without leaving home and on the contrary with supermarket vegetables it helps to reduce transportation and plastic packaging consumption. The second benefit is larger growing area that helps to cultivate more plants.
The form of Stone Table reminds you of the white rounded stones of the Versilia river. Indeed this table can have many different uses, it can be used as a coffee table, or as a small children’s table, its curved shape with no sharp edges make it suitable for use by children, or as an outside table, to decorate the garden or any other open air space. The table is made of CRISTALPLANT, and consists of a main unit, the table, and four other small units that are joined to the main body through a small magnet. The other four units can serve as footstools or small seats, depending on the use made of Stone Table. Do you like it?
These colorful and tasty stop speak for themselves! Walk past them and do not be surprised it is simply impossible, is not it? These stops can be seen in the Japanese town of Konagai in Nagasaki . The designers got inspired from the famous Cinderella story.
As you enjoy these wonderful works? They assembled the talent, the artist’s creative thought! It miniature replicas of motorcycles and other vehicles (such as quad bikes, tricycles and bicycles), all built entirely from recycled wristwatch parts. the wristbands are circled into tires while the glass of each timepiece face becomes the windshield of these model-sized vehicles. The artist binds the recycled watch parts together with glue to create a remarkably intricate finished work.
The project, developed in a working group, is based on air purification from the CO2 excess produced by the overcrowding of people in train. The purification process is patented NASA: technology amplify the ability of some particular types of plants, to clean the air pollution by pathogens.The effect is highly impactful, because the plants can be seen both inside and outside the car. The project includes the study of the purifier form and the train car interior.
The ProtoHaus is a tiny dwelling of 125 square feet. ProtoHaus is a timber frame or “stick built” house that was constructed over the summer of 2009. Emphasis was placed on sustainability, functionality, and aesthetics. It is fabricated primarily from recycled and reclaimed materials. The building process was overseen and assisted by S. C. Holley Construction. It is transportable. The house is built on a trailer bed rated to withstand 14,000 pounds. Separate fresh, grey, and black water systems are integrated into the design allowing for remote removal and disposal of waste. A solar and wind system power the house allowing it to be off grid. It can be transported from one place to another quite easily, with a trailer bed having the capacity to withstand 14,000 pounds. Thus, the mobility insinuates enhanced accessibility, and accessibility as we all know is directly related to the user’s convenience. Finally arriving to the scope of aesthetics, the small dwelling does exude a graceful essence with those linear, unobtrusive patterns along the outer facades. Draped in a timber frame, it is the naturalistic vibe that manages to accentuate upon the design’s overall bucolic nature.
’36h’ and ’56h’ are two outdoor chairs created by italian designer fabio novembre for italian furniture manufacturer driade.
’36h’ is an easy chair which has a throne-like quality with a high chair back and gently curved seat. the design is composed of an aluminium structure that is covered with woven plastic.
it is available in two versions: a bicolored down with a gray front and white back; or a white front and light blue back.
’56h’ is a rocking chair that is also made from an aluminium structure with covered woven plastic. it comes in three different versions. a bicolored combination of a gray front and white back; bicolored with a white front and light blue back; or multicolored white, gray and light blue.