If you are having limited space in your apartment, this ladybird bath and vanity can be a great choice for your bathroom. The idea behind this design is that the living space that we can get nowadays are getting smaller, with that in mind, ladybird was born. You can have a vanity with built in sink, you can lift the lid and get some more space for you to relax and bathe.
No!sy is a product designed to keep the growing customization into context and understanding the need of function complementing the aesthetics of a product. This speaker has been designed using the latest material and manufacturing technology, using the best possible wireless approach and voice recognition in a speaker. Material used in the construction of this product includes PC plastic and pattern stamped metal mesh. It is high on sustainability and fills the power needed by music lovers, the overall performance enhances the qualities of this product.
It’s a complete entertainment package, the compact size makes it highly portable, carry it with you anywhere for the best music experience with surround sound. The form compliments the function as shape improves the quality of the sound. No cords. No docks. No plugs. And it gets a whopping 15 hours of playback from a single charge, so you’ll need a rest before it ever will.
Designer : Subinay Malhotra
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Niklas Palm found his inspiration in the design of Chris Craft’s boats and the American east coast. He created a vehicle that allows the driver to run on any terrain without leaving marks, as a traditional off-road vehicle would do. The traditional off-road digs its way up the hill, scratches the rocks and especially pollutes nature due to its internal combustion engine. The name of the Terrafine comes from its actual capability to keep the earth fine. Because of its shape and suspension system don’t affect rocks and ground. The main idea of the concept was to create a vehicle that could do less damage, even none at all, to the environment is driving in.
The incredible suspension system allows the Terrafine to climb any obstacle, adjust height and even to tilt the vehicle forward for a better view. Due to its uncommon suspension the ride feels like is not on the ground, but on water. In the creating process the designer, Niklas Palm, found an interesting way to create a paper model of the body. The idea came to him during a visit to the 2008 Paris Motor Show, where he found the Renault Ondilious, the front grill of the car inspired him in the way to produce the paper model. The concept is fitted with an electric engine giving the vehicle an extra point for being Eco-friendly. The shape of the vehicle and the simple yet complex suspension, the rimless wheels and the roof free body make the Terrafine an extremely light vehicle. This important weight loss allows the driver to ride without leaving such a long lasting foot print on the environment it goes in.