Design

Cacoon Hanging Tents Can Accompany You on the Go

January 13, 2014 / No Comments

For those who are ignorant of Cacoons, they are new hanging tents that can withstand wind, rain, sunshine and sea. You will be able to hang them equally well indoors. Compatible for both adults and children, these tiny hanging nest-like tents are a must for relaxation and fun. It was created by a team that was well-versed in safe, architectural ...

Garments for the Dead Stay Close to Nature

October 10, 2013 / No Comments

Forget the eco-friendly dresses or brands we always recommend to you. These bio-degradable garments we have here are made for the dead. Dubbed “Garments for the Grave,” this brand has been introduced by Australian fashionista Pia Interlandi and includes fabrics such as cotton, linen and hemp. According to Interlandi, the human body is a gift, which is full of nutrients, water ...

Zeal Develops No-Petroleum Sunglasses from Castor Bean Oil

May 17, 2013 / No Comments

Sunglass lovers can now wear no-petroleum glasses designed from castor bean oil. Now that brings to the accessories arena a major shift from those plastic, metal or glass-made goggles. In case you didn’t now, the earliest forms of eyewear were made of wood, and the first hit pairs were those that had pieces of glass to peep through. Colorado-based Zeal has ...

Wedding Dress Made from Bread Bag Clips Collected Over a Decade

April 12, 2013 / No Comments

Every woman wants to make her wedding dress different, for it’s the most precious dress in her life. Victorian bride Stephanie Watson is no different. But for her, it took almost 10 years to make her dream wedding dress which is entirely made up of over 10,000 plastic bread bag clips. Stephanie Watson, a 29-year-old fashion designer from Trentham, Austraila, has been ...

Electric Cykno Bike to Steal the Show at Milan Design Week

April 9, 2013 / No Comments

 The idea of an electric bike is not new. But a vintage looking stylish electric bike will be a new experience for any cyclist. Cykno, a funky electric bike, will be one of the main attractions on the streets of Milan during the Design Week from April 9 to 14, 2013. The word Cykno is a Greek-Latin mix which means ...

Tesla Getting a Third Row of Seats for Kids

March 22, 2013 / No Comments

The Tesla electric-powered sedan is getting a three-row seating and will be an ultimately family EV. Don’t worry, if you have ordered a Model S without the third row kid seats, you can get them later. According to Consumer Reports, the kid seats for Tesla S have come in stock and were installed by a Tesla service center in Queens, New ...

AgustaWestland Rolls Out World’s First Electric-Tilt Rotor Aircraft

March 11, 2013 / No Comments

AgustaWestland’s electric-tilt rotor aircraft, the world’s first, can take off and land like a helicopter, but fly like an airplane – much like the more famous Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey. It’s called Project Zero, and it follows AgustaWestland’s belief that tilt rotor technology is the best layout for the future of fast vertical-lift aircraft. AgustaWestland has had experience with the tilt ...

ZBoard Skateboards are Powered by the Foot

February 19, 2013 / No Comments

Skateboards are now days used as a means for short distant travel. If one finds balance on a skateboard, it becomes extremely easy to glide on it. So what’s new about the new arrival on that terrain. Christened ZBoard, this one is a weight-sensing electric skateboard that can be rode simply by leaning forward on the front footpad. The board ...

Hushamok Hammock Offers Womb-like Security for Newborn Babies

January 17, 2013 / No Comments

A peaceful sleep is the first wish of any mother of a newborn baby and the Hushamok baby hammocks offers the same for you and your baby. An alternative to the traditional baby bassinet, the new Hushamok organic baby hammocks offer womb-like security and feeling to the newborn. Its natural swinging and rocking motion induces sleep in babies and gives ...

Osaka Streets See Old Phone Booths Turn Goldfish Tanks

October 5, 2012 / No Comments

What do you do with the trash-worthy telephone booths? You obviously hurl them in the dumps, right? Think again, as did the Kingyobu group on Japan. What they have done is turn old phone booths into fish tanks. A great idea, indeed! Today in many cities, phone booths have been disappearing as most people prefer to carry cell phones. The Japanese ...