A skull-chair for the inner villain in you

The French designer Gregory Besson creates the perfect chair for a real villain. The huge skull-chair is made of fiberglass and the pad is made of leather. interested? done on request Besson this unique throne for the villain in you, while you can choose the color and design.

[The armchair] connects aesthetics and timeless questioning, that the Humans have against death,” Besson told Bored Panda. “Sitting on death and having fun on it is like trying to forget death for a moment. The user of this chair will be backwards to death, maybe trying to outsmart it?

A skull-chair for the inner villain in you
A skull-chair for the inner villain in you
A skull-chair for the inner villain in you
A skull-chair for the inner villain in you
A skull-chair for the inner villain in you
A skull-chair for the inner villain in you
A skull-chair for the inner villain in you
(via Bored Panda)

Test Picture globe lamp

Simon Forgáč from Hungary has a lamp built, the leaves as globe lights a test image. The elders remember. the, in what was described at night always got to see, if you come back eingepennt watching TV and woke up later. Is available for 85 Euro at Indigogo

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MONO LAMP - Available now on Indiegogo!

T-Rex Ofenhandschuh

With this T-Rex Ovenglove one gets completely unscathed pizzas and cookies from the oven. The size fits most adults, whether links- and right. To have for $14.99 the play in Thinkgeek

T-Rex Ofenhandschuh
T-Rex Ofenhandschuh

Egg Ninjas

These eggs ninjas are so unnecessary as funny and include exactly that here in the crypt. To have at Monkey Business for € 15 a two piece…

Egg Ninjas

If screws grin: Screw:)

For decades, see screws always the same (boring) from, over the years has been nothing on the „Design“ changed. Product Designer Yuma Kano of Tokyo now has screws a smiley face missed. In cooperation with the screw factory „Komuro Manufacturing Co., Ltd“ he has his project „Screw:)“ realized and with matching screwdrivers can be the little helpers attach easily. And I have to say, that or as a smiling. grinning screw somehow has what. And, somehow the screws act much likeable. It's nice, if one is so smiled all day from all sides. Because that was the aim of the designer: Provide small surprises in everyday life.

Ever since its invention, the screw hasn’t changed its style and function. Screws are used everywhere but are easily overlooked. This time, I focused on them.

Screw:)
Screw:)
Screw:)
Screw:)
Screw:)

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Screw:)

The transparent kitchen

The transparent kitchen

Die transparente Küche von MVRDV sorgt für Durchblick beim Kochen und kann noch unter anderem bis 30. September at the Architecture Biennale in Venice be assessed. Alle Elemente der Infinity Küche von den Regalen, über das Spülbecken, bis hin zur Arbeitsplatte sind durchsichtig und gewähren so einen umfassenden Einblick in das Innere. Das transparente Design soll uns eine neue Perspektive auf die Speisenzubereitung eröffnen. Not only the cooking process itself, but also the storage and cleaning of food are made visible. Nothing remains hidden to the observer. Die Designer sehen die Infinity Küche nur als Mosaikstück einer grösseren Vision von einer transparenten Stadt. Winy Maas meint: „Imagine, nicht nur unsere Küchen wären transparent, sondern auch die Wände zum Nachbarn und sogar zu seinem Nachbarn wären durchsichtig. Das würde unendlich weite Perspektiven in unseren Städten kreieren. Es würde innerhalb unserer klaustrophobischen Umgebung einen Ausblick in Richtung Berge oder Meer eröffnen.Das alles wäre natürlich nur möglich unter kompletter Aufgabe der Privatsphäre. And if any always as accurately Knowledge liked, wie es im Kühlschrank, looks at the neighbor and the other residents, remains questionable and probably remains a matter of taste.

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Infinity Kitchen

spread like a vacuum cleaner robot dog crap in the house

What's on, wenn der Hund nachts auf den Boden kackt und ein Roomba drüberfährt? The poohpocalypse:

Sometime Between midnight and 1:30at the, our puppy Evie pooped on our rug in the living room. This is the only time she’s done this, so it’s probably just Because we Forgot to let her out before we went to bed that night. Now, if you have a detective’s mind, you may be wondering how we know the poop occurred between midnight and 1:30at the. We were asleep, so how do I know that time frame?

Why, Friends, that’s because our Roomba runs at 1:30am every night, While We Sleep. And it found the poop. And so begins the Pooptastrophe. The poohpocalypse. The pooppening.

IllumiBowl: If the toilet is lit

Die Toi­let­te ist wohl der Ort in jeder Woh­nung mit den meis­ten Ge­füh­len, über die aber kaum je­mand spricht. Schuld sind nur die ge­sell­schaft­li­chen Tabus und ein wenig das persönliche Ekel­ge­fühl. Dabei ist es doch auch schön, wenn man mit an­de­ren das be­frei­en­de Ge­fühl da­nach tei­len kann. Auf der an­de­ren Seite gibt es wahr­lich Schö­ne­res, als die Schüs­sel – und sei es nur die Ei­ge­ne – zu rei­ni­gen. Und doch ge­hört die Toi­let­te zu den Din­gen im Leben, die man viel zu wenig zu schät­zen weiss. Spä­tes­tens nach einer durch­fei­er­ten Night und an­schliessen­dem „I let that again all go through the head“ but you know, dass schluss­end­lich die Schüs­sel der ein­zig wahre Freund ist, der einem in einer solchen Si­tua­ti­on bei­steht.

Damit es für Nut­zer und Be­nutz­tem auch At­mo­sphä­risch passt, there are now Il­lu­mi­Bowl, fancy LED-Licht-Ge­döns, dass die Schüs­sel ins pas­sen­de Licht­ hüllt. Ein­fach den klei­nen Kas­ten wie einen Klostein an die Schüs­sel ge­han­gen und schon fühlt man sich beim gro­ssen und auch klei­nen Ge­schäft in das pas­sen­de Licht gesetzt. Spä­tes­tens bei der nächs­ten Party seid ihr damit Ge­sprächs­the­ma Nummer 1. Und wenn ihr das nächs­te Date mit nach Hause nehmt, kann es auch nur ein Er­folg wer­den, dass ist si­cher

There is no lon­ger any need to stum­ble around in the dark; turn on blin­ding mid­ni­ght lights; fall in the toi­let; or aim in the dark and make a mess! Fi­nal­ly!

You can set your Il­lu­mi­Bowl to any sin­gle color or co­lor-ro­ta­te (Red, Oran­ge, Green, Teal, blue, Pur­p­le, Pink, white). Your Il­lu­mi­Bowl color chan­ging night light will make your toi­let bowl glow every time you walk into your ba­throom at night.

Your Il­lu­mi­Bowl Toi­let Light is light sen­si­ti­ve so it will only turn on in the dark; and mo­ti­on ac­tiva­ted so that it will only light up when you walk into the ba­throom at night. It’s suc­tion cups and ad­jus­ta­ble arm allow you to cust­om fit it to your toi­let so that it will fit per­fect and dis­creet­ly out of the way on your toi­let no mat­ter it’s shape or size. To clean off your il­lu­mi­bowl sim­ply wipe it off with wet wipes, a damp cloth, or wha­te­ver you al­re­a­dy use to clean off your out­ter bowl. Pee happy! Pee safe! Pee Free!

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IllumiBowl Toilet Night Light (As Seen on Shark Tank)

The Rockhouse: 700 Year old cave invites as a holiday home

The Rockhouse

A holiday one can now spend the most unusual places and let your soul. This certainly includes The Rockhouse. Behind it an old cave in the West Midlands in England hides. Angelo Mastropietro has the cave, viewed in a 250 Million years old sandstone rocks located, renovated last year and what has become a dream destination. In addition to a large terrace, WiFi, BBQ grill and additional outdoor shower also includes over 1,2 Hectares of forest to the estate. Something small change you should have to but, because a Night costs £ 195 (as. 257 Euro).

The Rockhouse has been occupied for over 700 years and is a unique luxury romantic cave retreat, hand sculpted from a Triassic sandstone escarpment near the Wyre Forest in rural Worcestershire.

The Rockhouse
The Rockhouse
The Rockhouse
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build residential home in a cave

Unfortunately I have no idea, wo man eine solche Höhle käuflich erwerben könnte. Also I do not know, wie hoch der Anschaffungspreis für so eine Höhle ist. Angelo Mastropietro has in any case be in a country 700 Jahre alte Höhle gebaut. And that looks really good. Kosten dafür: $230’000. A bargain, when I think about our prices…

The pressures of modern life mean that most of us have probably dreamt at one time or another of fleeing to the hills. But real-life caveman Angelo Mastropietro has made his hermit dream a reality – by spending over £160,000 turning a 250 million year old cave in the Wyre Forest into his dream home. The ambitious makeover captured the imagination of viewers when it was featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs in September. The 38-year-old, originally from Worcestershire, was living a high-flying life as The Head of a successful recruitment company in Australia when he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2007. The condition led to him being temporarily paralysed – and inspired him to seek a simpler life.

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Modern Caveman: Man Builds A $230,000 House In 700-Year-Old Cave

Donut Pooltisch

I have no idea, how of on this table Daniel Cleon a normal game to play billiards, But an eye-catcher is the thing all.

Like donuts in a bakery, this pool table was made completely by hand. It also introduces some new challenges to the game of billiards. The hole in the middle is large enough for you to stand in, which gives you an interesting angle for those tricky shots.

Donut Pooltisch
Donut Pooltisch

Meet the Earthship

Outside Taos, in New Mexico, there is a community of people, who live in off-grid houses from garbage. These houses are called Earthship and were invented by Michael Reynolds…

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Meet the Earthship
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