Kees is a company based in The Netherlands that uses 3D printing technology to create sturdy plastic cases for your iPhone. What’s even cooler about Kees (pronounced “case” in The Netherlands) is that you can design your own case and they make it for you. I liked the designs which give it a different and a unique look. Really incredible !
This architecture is a real innovation for mankind. Evading nature’s fury is impracticable. Every spot and shelter on the globe, however formidable it may be, lies under nature’s control and can act according to the nature at any time. It is very difficult to escape from the calamities such as earthquakes, wildfires, volcanoes, floods, tsunamis. The catastrophic events will always remain a powerful force to fight against with and saving life in such events will always remain the first priority. Working for the same cause is Moatasem Esmat of the Helwan University who has undertaken a project named as the Vth Ark to reduce casualties during natural calamities. This project will actually help to serve mankind rather than serving commercial profits.
As well known, the designer can build almost anything with Lego. Young gamer Nick Jensen has created a full-size model of the M45 military rifle known game, exclusively of the elements of design. To do this, it took him two months, as well as a small study of the pump action ruzhev. In some design, weaknesses further enhanced a small amount of glue. Interestingly, the model is to extract the “shoot” pocket. I just loved the feature of sliding pump-action. When the pump is moved, it also actually ejects a shell. How cool and realistic is that? All this features makes the gun to look like a real one. Watch the video.
Located in Dovre, Norway’s village of Hjerkinn, is the Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion, better known as Tverrfjellhytta. Designed by Snøhetta, the observation pavilion is located on the outskirts of Dovrefjell National Park and allows the public to enjoy programs offered by the Norwegian Wild Reindeer Foundation. It provides shelter to the groups of students and visitors that come to learn about the program.
A unique product for chocolate lovers. This is a mouth-watering printer which can delight anyone. Originally, developers planned to release a new product for Easter, so that everyone could print his own chocolate bunnies and eggs, but the release was delayed, and the printer will be available only at the end of the month. The British company Choc Edge, in fact, did not create something fundamentally new, their printer works on the same principle as the rest of modern 3D-printer, causing the material layer by layer. The only difference is that the material used in the chocolate and the resulting product is completely edible. The cost of new items, though most can imagine the printer candy as a tool rather than a home kitchen appliance, to buy a chocolate printer will be about $ 4000.
Everitt & Schilling Tile is a company that specializes in up-cycled and re-claimed handmade wood wall tiles. They can be used for just about anything from kitchen backsplashes to bathroom wall treatments, and even sculptural wall decor. I just love the design and wooden effect created by this tiles which makes it look classy and a quality product.
An irresistible art, which can attract anyone. Lucas Simões creates a very dramatic and three-dimensional images created from portraits. He crafts a pattern and cuts away pieces from each photograph and then stacks them on top of one another to get a geometric topographic effect.
Wood Thumb is a small company based in San Francisco that takes reclaimed wood and makes some of the coolest wooden ties we’ve ever seen. They were inspired by an old redwood beam that was spotted in a salvage yard and they decided to turn the throwaway wood into something wearable.