Creating a waterpark is about making a happy and safe environment, where fun is genuine and visitors of all ages never get bored. Through creative design and new technologies projects offer bespoke experience to the visitors.
Retaining a healthy lifestyle can de challenging for people who are always on the go. But what if one could bring their gym equipment literally anywhere? Compact and lightweight, these fitness machines can be used at home, in the office, or in a hotel room.
Along with stone and clay, wood was one of the first materials worked by early humans. Microwear analysis of the Mousterian stone tools used by the Neanderthals show that many were used to work wood. With the advances in modern technology and the demands of industry, woodwork as a field has changed. Skilled fine woodworking, however, remains a craft pursued by many, and many artisans are in constant search of new, bespoke techniques of working with this material.
As useful as they are, fire extinguishers are normally designed to be too utilitarian and technical. Being particularly aesthetic, they are stored in attics and store-rooms, which are not easily accessible places. Besides, these devices that could quite literally save a person’s life can be quite difficult to operate correctly. These smart designs are both easy to use and aesthetically pleasing to sit in one’s house in plain sight.
In the circular economy, materials are reused and virtually no waste is created. Most often, it is discussed in relation to architectural objects through the lens of material recycling and design for disassembly, but to get a glimpse into a fully-fledged version of a circular economy, it is worth noting urban-scale projects that hint at some level of self-sufficiency. The projects below explore the strategies used in circular urban environments, from architecture and construction materials to energy production, waste management and food production, as well as the processes and operations that govern these designs, providing insights into the conditions that inform circularity.
Developed in Germany in the 1990s and backed with over 30 years of international evidence, Passivhaus is a quality assured standard and methodology for low energy building, which can help create buildings, which use around 75% less energy than conventional ones. We have selected a few noteworthy projects that provide a high level of occupant comfort using very little energy for heating and cooling.
Bringing your own healthy meal is a lifestyle choice. That is why lunchboxes have grown increasingly popular these days enabling us eating healthy and saving money when having a meal outdoors. They come in different designs, shapes, and functions. Some of them simply hold food, while other can retain its ideal temperature. We have selected some noteworthy designs that look great and treat your food with extra care.
If you are a cat person and good design enthusiast, you would love these design-minded, smart and functional products that cater to needs of both pet and humans. Not only they make your pet’s life easier and more fun, but also look great in any modern living room.
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