Are looks really important or is what’s inside that really counts? According to these computer owners, looks are everything!
Purchasing real estate can often score some surprise abandoned stuff left by the previous owner and one arcade fan has just hit jackpot as the grandmother of his girlfriend discovered an untouched 1980′s retro games arcade in her new building.
A housing block of 7 storeys has been built by Pitman Tozer on a street in east London called Mint street and it offers stylish and modern apartments, along with being efficient, yet they are located just 12 meters from a very busy railway line.
Carl Merriman is a Lego artist; he has used Lego to build numerous projects, including the Brownie Hawkeye at a scale of 1:1 which took him 7 hours.
European comapany Solar Flight’s latest project, the Sunseeker Duo, set out to prove that solar flight was more than just a dream and after just a couple of years they are doing just that.
MYO clearly defines the kind of thing you don’t need, but you must have. Consider the ability to control all the electronics in your house with a simple hand gesture or snap of the fingers and you’ll find yourself feeling like a Jedi with this bracelet.
We all have things in our home that we would just love to hide. For instance this could be cables, the router or modem, dog’s dishes or cat litter trays, even thermostats on the wall can be unsightly.
Bamboo is considered a very versatile material and Penda, the architecture and design collective based in Beijing, have come up with a concept for a bamboo tree house style eco-hotel with the name of ‘One with the Birds’.
Heathrow Airport in London is getting busier every year and while we have heard of plans that have been focused on building a new runway at the airport, the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, is considering abandoning the current site of the airport and starting over by building a brand new airport on the Thames Estuary on a floating island.
The Singapore Sports Hub has recently been completed and the 55,000 capacity National Stadium has the title of being the largest dome structure in the world.
Japan has a real fascination for trains, especially ones that are highly technological and modern. Since most train routes in the country were privatized in the late 80s, companies that wanted to invest in a more peculiar type of transportion were able to create their vehicles and bold designs with greater freedom, bringing desginers from other areas to assist in the process.
Phil Weicker and Duncan Forster from Canada turned to crowd-funding to source the money needed to build the world’s fastest hot tub car – and they’ve hit their target.
Working in an office can certainly be tiresome and tedious and it may leave you procrastinating and looking for outlets to pass the time and have fun.
On a trip to Ethiopia, the Italian architect Arturo Vittori was fascinated by the beautiful natural landscapes of the country but also greatly disturbed to realize that many communities don’t have water, electricity, much less a toilet or a running shower.
Ferrari cars always sell well at auctions and last year a 1967 Ferrari 275 NART Spider went for the record sum of US$27.5 million.
Sometimes we come across problems in life and they bug us as we wish there was an easy fix. Well some people who have been faced with problems have put on their thinking caps and come up with what are often simple and very funny solutions.
Los Angeles based Oaxishave have developed a Kickstarter project called the InkCase+ which acts as a second display for Android OS devices.
Doll makers of today jump on the bandwagon when it comes to celebrities and pop stars and create a toy doll in their liking.
In the past few decades, millions of tons of plastic have entered the oceans, damaging ecosystems and entering food chains.
Although new films still seem to be breaking box office records and reaping in huge sums of money, there’s no denying that more people are turning to watching movies on their tablets, laptops and other devices rather than making the effort to get out into the cinema.