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Introducing, InfiniteUSB – the next biggest thing since the USB itself! This revolutionary design is an open chain of USB ports, granting an unlimited supply of open slots. Whenever a new InfiniteUSB is plugged in, a new USB port is created. Keep all your cables connected rather than swap out devices for one single port. Get it here! Designer: Vojotech - Yanko Design Timeless Designs - Explore wonderful concepts from around the world! Shop CKIE - We are more than just concepts. See wh

The Stitch chair transforms a 2D single sheet of aluminum into 3D situational seating with a simplistic yet sophisticated system of folds and carefully placed cuts. Once the aluminum sheet has been shaped, soft felt is applied and held in place with vibrant stitching that adds a pop of color and warm, hand-crafted appeal in contrast with its stark shell. See it in the making after the jump! Designer: Amir Elias Stitch chair from Amir Elias 777 on Vimeo. - Yanko Design Timeless Designs - E

Hey contemporist friends! Here’s a dramatic decor idea for you. This home by Borja Garcia Studio has a double-height feature wall of illuminated backlit photos. continue reading

The jagged roof of this warehouse and office space in the Netherlands is designed to reference a 1950s weaving mill by Dutch architect and designer Gerrit Rietveld (+ slideshow). (more…)

A sloped section of roof joins this timber-clad extension by Melbourne studio Julie Firkin Architects to the adjacent weatherboard house (+ slideshow). (more…)

Located on the north-center of Portugal, House JA by Filipe Pina and Maria Ines Costa was envisioned to combine a rural and urban lifestyle. The lot is surrounded by different types of constructions, consequence of the informal settlements, characteristics of most Portuguese city neighborhoods. The existent stone ruins, vestige of a traditional house and the configuration of the lot were the main aspects for the new project. The first principle was to separate the new and the old construction,

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Noneli is an LED floor lamp with a simple, harmonious shape that unveils a charming personality. The contrast between the solid, robust base and the ultra-thin graphic stem is further emphasized by materials of ash wood and tubular steel. At once a sculptural element and lighting object, it’s a stylish addition near the sofa, in a reading corner, or over a work desk. Get it here! Designer: Auriga Studio for Formabilio - Yanko Design Timeless Designs - Explore wonderful concepts from

Faisal Semari’s FS20 concept is a futuristic reinterpretation of the classic luxury speed yacht that maintains signature elements introduced in a new fashion. Most apparent is the wrap-around wood slabs that stray from conventional decks.  What would have been slatted wood decking in the past is now an ultramodern design element that stretches from stem to stern. Designer: Faisal Semari - Yanko Design Timeless Designs - Explore wonderful concepts from around the world! Shop CKIE -

This cabinet, in a home by Caramel Architects, is like the Swiss Army Knife of cabinets. It’s a space divider, an entertainment unit, a liquor cabinet, and has a fireplace on the end. As if all that wasn’t enough, the whole thing is just hanging in space, because it’s cantilevered, which is a fancy way of saying that it’s only supported on one end. continue reading

A naturally filtered outdoor swimming pool is taking shape as part of the redevelopment of King's Cross in London. (more…)

Zurich architects Dürig designed angular concrete frames to indicate the position of staircases and escalators at the Swiss city's main railway station, which descend from the platforms to a new subterranean station and shopping precinct (+ slideshow). (more…)

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