Category: Architecture

Meeting Pod office space by Duffy London

Meeting Pod by Duffy London

An excellent working environment can strongly enhance the productivity at work and job satisfaction. Meeting Pod is a great design of this. Click to continue ›

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Micro-E Garden by Kwan Park

Micro-E Garden is the most eco-friendly indoor charging system that takes desktop plants to a whole new level. In fact, this is a combination of indoor air purification, desktop plantation and phone charging, which allows us to charge our devices in a creative way.

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Sofa, bed and separate room

Produced by a Spanish designer

This multi-purpose furniture is a combination of bed, sofa and separate room. In general, it is an open sofa, practical and beautiful. Click to continue ›

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Climbable vertical apartment in France

IKEA and Ubi Bene installed a climbable wall

To celebrate its new store titled Mega opening in France, IKEA and Ubi Bene installed a climbable wall. This vertical design contains some items that can be bought in Mega store, such as bed, bookshelf, desk, printer, carpets, towels and chair. Click to continue ›

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Underground Library

Miami Advertising Institute and New York public library

Underground library is a project that launched by Miami Advertising Institute and New York public library. Click to continue ›

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Live Screen hydroponic garden

Designed by Danielle Trofe

Live Screen is a self-watering indoor planting system, which allows you to easily build your own garden in your home. In addition, it is equipped with an energy-saving pump that can pump water into flowerpots. Click to continue ›

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Ando Momofuku center tree house

Japanese architect Oki Sato

Japanese architect Oki Sato designed a tree house for birds and people for Ando Momofuku center. Click to continue ›

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