Wheelchair Wanderer

Wheelchair Wanderer

Paraplegic due to rare disease NMOSD, creative, curious mind, love technology, photography and more. Always wanting to learn ...... have fun :)
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Lounging around in a giant nest might sound like something out of a fairy tale, but thanks to this eclectic design by Italian artist Gianni Ruffi, it can be reality. Italy-based Gufram just released this surreal, human-size nest called La Cova. Complete with two “egg” pillows, it isn’t just a piece of furniture, but a piece of art that lets you get away from it all.

Lounging around in a giant nest might sound like something out of a fairy tale, but thanks to this eclectic design by Italian artist Gianni Ruffi, it can be reality. Italy-based Gufram just released this surreal, human-size nest called La Cova. Complete with two “egg” pillows, it isn’t just a piece of furniture, but a piece of art that lets you get away from it all.

Lounging around in a giant nest might sound like something out of a fairy tale, but thanks to this eclectic design by Italian artist Gianni Ruffi, it can be reality. Italy-based Gufram just released this surreal, human-size nest called La Cova. Complete with two “egg” pillows, it isn’t just a piece of furniture, but a piece of art that lets you get away from it all.

Lounging around in a giant nest might sound like something out of a fairy tale, but thanks to this eclectic design by Italian artist Gianni Ruffi, it can be reality. Italy-based Gufram just released this surreal, human-size nest called La Cova. Complete with two “egg” pillows, it isn’t just a piece of furniture, but a piece of art that lets you get away from it all.

Diébédo Francis Kéré’s spectacular rainwater-harvesting Serpentine Pavilion. The 2017 pavilion was unveiled on a perfectly sunny day – but when it rains the roof will protect protect visitors from drizzle while funneling precipitation it into a central waterfall and storing it for irrigation in the surrounding park.

Diébédo Francis Kéré’s spectacular rainwater-harvesting Serpentine Pavilion. The 2017 pavilion was unveiled on a perfectly sunny day – but when it rains the roof will protect protect visitors from drizzle while funneling precipitation it into a central waterfall and storing it for irrigation in the surrounding park.

Diébédo Francis Kéré’s spectacular rainwater-harvesting Serpentine Pavilion. The 2017 pavilion was unveiled on a perfectly sunny day – but when it rains the roof will protect protect visitors from drizzle while funneling precipitation it into a central waterfall and storing it for irrigation in the surrounding park.

Diébédo Francis Kéré’s spectacular rainwater-harvesting Serpentine Pavilion. The 2017 pavilion was unveiled on a perfectly sunny day – but when it rains the roof will protect protect visitors from drizzle while funneling precipitation it into a central waterfall and storing it for irrigation in the surrounding park.

We know about plastic pollution in the Pacific Ocean, and even in the Arctic Ocean. But scientists thought the Antarctic was relatively free of that particular type of pollution until a recent study from the University of Hull, Científica del Sur University, and the British Antarctic Survey. Researchers discovered the levels of microplastics in the area are much greater than expected.

We know about plastic pollution in the Pacific Ocean, and even in the Arctic Ocean. But scientists thought the Antarctic was relatively free of that particular type of pollution until a recent study from the University of Hull, Científica del Sur University, and the British Antarctic Survey. Researchers discovered the levels of microplastics in the area are much greater than expected.

We know about plastic pollution in the Pacific Ocean, and even in the Arctic Ocean. But scientists thought the Antarctic was relatively free of that particular type of pollution until a recent study from the University of Hull, Científica del Sur University, and the British Antarctic Survey. Researchers discovered the levels of microplastics in the area are much greater than expected.

We know about plastic pollution in the Pacific Ocean, and even in the Arctic Ocean. But scientists thought the Antarctic was relatively free of that particular type of pollution until a recent study from the University of Hull, Científica del Sur University, and the British Antarctic Survey. Researchers discovered the levels of microplastics in the area are much greater than expected.

Using the app, customers could check out how Ikea furniture looks in their home before they buy a thing. If users do want to buy the pieces, it remains unclear whether they will be able to purchase pieces directly through the app. That first version should be rolling out as soon as fall of this year. That first AR app will feature around 500 to 600 products so customers can see how they fit in their homes. And Valdsgaard said in the future when Ikea launches new products, they will show up…

Using the app, customers could check out how Ikea furniture looks in their home before they buy a thing. If users do want to buy the pieces, it remains unclear whether they will be able to purchase pieces directly through the app. That first version should be rolling out as soon as fall of this year. That first AR app will feature around 500 to 600 products so customers can see how they fit in their homes. And Valdsgaard said in the future when Ikea launches new products, they will show up…

The future of boating is electric – and silent. That’s what Dutch company Soel Yachts says, and they’re bringing electric travel to the seas with their SoelCat 12. Inhabitat covered the boat’s design last year, and now the company is launching their sustainably-powered yacht in New Zealand. The yacht is kind to the environment not simply in the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, but in the reduction of noise pollution as well.

The future of boating is electric – and silent. That’s what Dutch company Soel Yachts says, and they’re bringing electric travel to the seas with their SoelCat 12. Inhabitat covered the boat’s design last year, and now the company is launching their sustainably-powered yacht in New Zealand. The yacht is kind to the environment not simply in the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, but in the reduction of noise pollution as well.

Surreal shower lights  Designer: Nendo

Surreal shower lights Designer: Nendo

Shelves creating the illusion of floating paper  Designer: YOY

Shelves creating the illusion of floating paper Designer: YOY