Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Balcony Window by Fakro



"An innovative, large roof window, in which the sashes create a functional balcony in the loft. The upper sash is opened steplessly upwards. The bottom sash tilts forwards to a vertical position, allowing free access to the balcony recess. It is enough to take a few steps in order to get “outside” and feel the warmth of the sun rays, refreshing breeze or admire beautiful views.
The upper sash is opened steplessly upwards, up to an angle of 45°. The side rails are integrated into the bottom sash and extend during its opening.
When the lower sash is closed, the balcony rails hide inside the window and are not visible above the roof surface. They are concealed under the window flashing, hence do not collect dirt or spoil aesthetic appearance of the roof.


Large sizes of the balcony window let plenty of natural light into the room. The window is equipped with an automatic air inlet V40P ensuring the optimum amount of fresh air in the room and energy savings.
Both upper and bottom sashes are equipped with safe P2 glazing units as standard with laminated inner panes and toughened outer panes with easy maintenance coating.
The window features a multi-point locking system, without a traditional locking assembly. After turning the handle, the sash is locked at two sides of the frame.
Balcony windows are available in size 94x255cm along with universal flashings. Installed in the roofs with pitches between 35º and 55º."

Source: Fakro 


Monday, 5 November 2012

Parking the Car in the Livingroom

"Millionaires park supercars in their livingroom.
Supercar owners living in an exclusive high-rise apartment block can now park their beloved motors from their - LIVING ROOMS. Hamilton Parks in Singapore is a brand-new 30-storey development where flats cost between £6 and £15 MILLION. But with parking in the city limited, the skyscraper designer came up with an innovative way of parking some of the planets fastest cars. Residents simply drive their 200mph motors into a biometrically-controlled lift at the base of Hamilton Parks on the city's swanky Orchard Road."



Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGBZSPuO7Jk

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Apple Ring by Victor Solo

This Gadget is unique because its has great concept of Bluetooth ring which has designed by Victor Solo. This ring connectivity with wireless bluetooth of your ipad and iphone. After connected you can play songs, volume control up and down, skip music, and with play and pause function controls on the ring. iRing features as a touch sensitive functions strip.
The below image show that how its will look on finger .
Via: well done stuff

Friday, 24 August 2012

Hover Bike by Aerofex Corporation



Flying cars and most other futuristic modes of transportation promised by science fiction have been a long time coming, but we do have a prototype "hover bike" now. Manhattan Beach, California-based Aerofex Corporation has been developing this vehicle for a while, but recent test-flight footage shows it in action.
Apparently this bike of the future, which uses two ducted fans, is controlled simply by the riders' natural sense of where to lean. It doesn't look like the world's most agile or stable mode of transportation, and it's obviously not as efficient or clean as the bike of the present, but it does look like fun. Now we just have to think up a use for it.



Source: GOOD

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

The Seaside T07 Bathtub


One of the best designs for the bathtub: "The Seaside T07, designed by Giovanna Talocci, is the very first bathtub for the living room. The jet blower bubbles generate natural emotions. Mood lighting, a waterfall and soft cushions complete the experience of total relaxation. "



Source: teuco

Monday, 30 July 2012

Open Space, Simple and Efficient



Designer: EOOS, Vienna
Team: Gernot Bohmann, Harald Grundl, Martin Bergmann
Manufacturer: Duravit

"Open Space stands for the transformation of a high-quality corner shower into a discreet wall covering that conceals tap fittings and showerheads to optimum effect. Two glass doors – either translucent or mirrored – are fitted into a brilliant chrome frame. After taking a shower, they can simply be folded against the wall to create additional space.
"Our design goal has been space easing in the bathroom. If you do not want to use the shower, it’s gone. If you want to use it, it’s there," says Martin. The everyday sight of an empty shower is washed away. In its closed state, Open Space is merely the projected shadow of the stall on the wall. This creates peace and smoothness in the bathroom."









Source: Eoos, Azure Magazine

Friday, 27 July 2012

New Logica, A New Kitchen System



Italian firm Valcucine has introduced a new kitchen "system": Logica. They had revolutionised ergonomics by presenting the Logica System in 1996 with its 80 cm depth and equipped back section, removable jumbo drawers and wall units with Ala and Aerius lift-up doors. Now Valcucine is presenting the new equipped back section. As they explain in their website: "The back section is capable of containing and concealing, when necessary, all the kitchen equipment: the dish-drainer, weighing scales, small appliances, removable cooking receptacles, bottle-racks, power sockets, a monitor, a kitchen roll holder, the tap, hooks for utensils and even a cooker hood.
Everything on hand, everything tidy in an instant."




Design by Gabriele Centazzo

Source: http://valcucine.com/