Random pic of the week

December 8, 2008


“For when you need to keep the door open in a hurricane, this doorstop will act as the ultimate gentleman.”

Extract from The Future Perfect

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Enter Bell

September 6, 2008


Press Enter to ring the bell and enter the house/office…

Extract from labexp

Random pic of the week

April 21, 2008


Defendius door chain guard helps you to protect your home against unauthorized entry. The chain is long enough to reach the far end of the maze.

Extract from Art. Lebedev Studio

Paper Tea House

April 6, 2008


A tea house made out of paper and cardboard by Shigeru Ban will offered with pre-sale estimate of £20,000 – 30,000.
The tea house, constructed of square paper tubes, is a structure designed for indoor use measuring just over 5 meters long. Housing a table and four stools, the house also features a waiting area with a bench in keeping with tea ceremony practice.

Extract from Dezeen

Revolution Door

February 16, 2008


The Revolution Door is a concept from New York designers Fluxxlab that puts otherwise-wasted kinetic energy from a revolving office door to good use—generating power.
The Revolution Door is a modified revolving door comprised of three parts – a redesigned central core replacing that of any existing or new revolving door, a mechanical/electrical system that harnesses human energy and redistributes electricity to an output, and an output device that maps the harnessed energy.

Extract from Fluxxlab