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What is the iWatch all about? It’s a little about being a wearable device, time teller, sci-fi and magic. Perhaps we are getting ahead of ourselves here, but since we are into the home stretch and the iPhone 6 will be soon announced. It’s only fitting that we feature this beauty envisioned by Benjamin Schuster. Designer: Benjamin Schuster - Yanko Design Timeless Designs - Explore wonderful concepts from around the world! Shop CKIE - We are more than just concepts. See what's hot at the CKI




We are all guilty of choking the kitchen sink with food debris and not matter how diligent we get, the damn thing ends up clogging the sink. A plumber’s delight and our nightmare, the only thing we can do is to adopt preventive measures. We can use innovations like the Water Pass – a double drain cap that allows you to keep the sink unclogged and drains the water at the same time. Do want! Designer: Seun Gho Choi - Yanko Design Timeless Designs - Explore wonderful concepts from around the




Tim Stewart Architects have designed Storrs, a home located in Queensland, Australia. Project description The 18 hectare site has had a life that has ebbed and flowed with the life of the family who have owned it for almost 30 years. Developed from the ground up into a small orchard by a growing family, the farm is now retreating back to its natural form as the owners also wind down in retirement. The original home was subdivided and sold many years ago whilst the family pursued a




The project TUEL arose from the observation of young disabled kids, whom due to their disability couldn’t interact properly with other children and the environment around them. This issue is influencing their communication skills and independence. Thus, they are left in isolation affecting their self-esteem and their overall physical and emotional development. The design objective was set to create a mobility product that the child could independently use to move around with and at the sa




Dot Matrix Microwave was born out of the idea of creating a new design, something that stands out in the market. As we know every microwave has a door, handle, and a control area, the same design which is dictated by the structure behind it. Any UX and aesthetics follow that structure, you can see the result is all microwave looks the same, even with expensive one, it has the same layout just with better design/power. So, WAACS Design decided to simplify the control area, keeping one thing in m




Toyota has revealed its latest concept sports car, Toyota FT-1 Sports Car. Developed by Calty Design Research, California, this car is the second version of FT-1, it features graphite exterior paint and light, saddle-colored leather, while the first version features bright red color. The original FT-1 concept stirs up sports car enthusiasts as well as automotive world in January with its debut at North American International Auto Show. This concept car boasts muscular, curved exterior, just lik


10 Design Lessons You Can Learn From Nature

Posted by freshome 11 hours ago (Editorial)



What does nature tell us about decorating our home? Image Source: NMA Architects Take a moment from your busy schedule to lift up your eyes from that handheld device and reunite with the natural beauty of the world around you. What do you see? Are the tree branches swaying in the breeze? Are leaves rustling at your feet, showing the first signs of fall? Is the yellow orb of the sun still hot on your shoulders? Do you see a a sun setting over a towering city skyline or snow-peaked mountains? I




A remodel can easily bring out the contemporary possibilities in old houses. Take as example this San Francisco home imagined by Dijeau Poage Construction – a home opened to the surroundings and prepared for a modern lifestyle. Inviting natural light inside through a series of glass additions like floor-to-ceiling windows that open to the outdoor on the ground level and first floor and glass guardrails on the three terraces overlooking the backyard. The original Craftsman house is located




Net Rescue Boat is a lifeboat dredge with a net. The purpose of this re-design stems from the difficulties rescuers face while on missions using a regular lifeboat. The net area makes it easier to bring people to safety and commence first aid. Yep, in playtime we can also think of many party uses for the net area … but that’s just a wicked side of us! Designers: Jaehyo Lee & Wonkyung Jang - Yanko Design Timeless Designs - Explore wonderful concepts from around the world! Shop CKIE - W




As you might infer from the name, the Seesaw Bench puts the FUN in functionality with a clever design that doubles as a place to sit and relax or an interactive way to engage with strangers and friends alike! Composed of reclaimed materials, including upcycled tires, each unit is as efficient to produce as it is eco-friendly. Though simple in form and function, its balanced aesthetic and contrast in shapes make it a sculptural object despite being produced from otherwise unsightly materials! De




Mecanoo Architects designed the Villa Nefkens in Wageningen, The Netherlands. Project description Villa Nefkens is beautifully situated in Wageningen where the border of the Veluwe and the Gelderse Vallei and the Rhine River meet one another. The Nefkens family found this extraordinary location on which to build their home, affording them magnificent views of the Rhine. The design for the Nefkins villa takes its inspiration from the beautiful views from the living room and main bedr




Mahatma House is located in the traditional Balinese village of Seseh, just steps from the black volcanic-sand beaches. Set against a tropical beachfront atmosphere, the holiday villa features a beautiful 60-foot river stone pool, a generously-sized deck and a poolside lounge with seating for up to 12 guests that includes a large circular fire bowl. The five-bedroom retreat is owned by a Spanish model and a fashion designer, which partially explains the stylish interior design scheme.Each suite



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