A slightly bizarre yet utterly captivating idea from Philips – indoor bee keeping! Imagine the horror, you’re out of the gold stuff. Toast, tea and cereal remains unsweetened. This concept puts an end to all of that! Whilst shoving your hand into a hive of pollinating bees may not sound like everyone’s idea of fun, this is a rather accurate representation of a natural beehive, where they even leave the pod to find flowers ripe for picking (it just so happens they’re built-in). The bees can enter and leave as they wish, never bothering the occupants of the home through the use of indoor/outdoor seperation. With more and more people paying attention to where they source their food, and how it’s produced, what better way than to begin farming within your own home.
If you can’t choose between the caravan or boat to bring along with your car on the next holiday it’s not really a big deal with the Sealander, presented at the Caravan Salon 2011 in Düsseldorf, Germany. With this miracle, the camping trip doesn’t end at the shore anymore, it continues on the water. You…Read more →
I often imagine it would be great to just have a notebook, a folding table, a bed and a chair. That’s all one needs for working and sleeping, within a complete free and flexible lifestyle. Well, after seeing these pictures about a ‘room in a box’ there might be one more thing that you need — the Casulo!Read more →
After the popularity of New York’s High Line park, which is located on an abandoned elevated railway, there is a new plan for a Low Line park. Yes, an underground park nearly the size of Gramercy Park. This time, the green transformation takes place in a dark trolley terminal below the streets of the Lower…Read more →
The next hotel is modular. In 2012 people want to sleep in the middle of the woods, float in the sea or relax in a snowy landscape. Good ol’ hotels that consist of one solid piece of concrete with rooms in it connected by a central hall just don’t do it any more. Over the…Read more →