The room divider design is totally an awe-inspiring concept. Constructed from steal sheet plus aluminum bar, this room divider design has its sheet laser cut into eight identical panels that are then power coated. The design takes its inspiration from the cloud created by a plane when passing via the sound barrier. One of the most interesting aspects about this concept is that the cloud formed in seconds appears to be completely opaque wall; however, it is only water vapor. This brilliant idea was implemented while creating the room divider. Not only does this room divide create a private space, it also disappears quickly. The soft shadows amid each panel mimic the delicacy and softness of a cloud. On the whole, this concept is worth appreciating.
People nowadays don’t have the time to spare on their daily hygiene as they used to. Now everyone is more concerned about their job and carrier and how to earn more money. Even if you were a great business man, and you’d buy your clothes from luxurious stores, or if you spent hundreds even thousands of dollars on shoes that allow your skin to breathe easily, your feet would still present the specific odor we are all familiar with. It’s not about the shoe brand and how this will help you get rid of the smell, it’s about plain old hygiene.
For your convenience, Sonagra Bhagvanji, designed the UV-Blower. A system that uses UV rays and air to dry your shoe and to clear it of the bacteria that releases the odor.
The bacteria develops on your skin, because we wear our shoes 8-10 hours a day, sometimes even longer, depending on our job. Due to this stress, the air that is trapped inside the shoe around your foot, allows bacteria to be formed. This bacteria is not only found on your foot, it makes its way through the sock and into the interior material of your shoe. The UV-Blower is a wonderful solution to this daily problem. The main idea that encouraged Sonagra to create such a device, was to eliminate the embarrassing and awkward situation people are put through, due to the foot odor. The main mechanism of the UV-Blower is based on ultraviolet sterilization and forced air. At the tip of each shoe hanger we can see the UV bulb that removes the bacteria from your shoe. In the help of the UV rays, comes air, which is forced through the air blowing mechanism. The UV-Blower is the perfect way to keep your feet healthy and odor free.
As the world’s population is constantly increasing, the space that we have constantly decreases. More and more people are living in confined spaces. In the future our homes and built environments will only decrease in size. With this decrease it is a necessity to use the space we have wisely. One way to do this is through furniture that serves multiple purposes, thus reducing the space a piece of furniture utilizes but increasing the functionality.
Benches, Desks and counter tops in there most basic forms are horizontal surfaces at different heights. Working with this idea, this designer has developed the Clockwork Joinery concept. If we are to envision out future we must look and analyze ourselves in the present and respect the past. The past is always relevant and although this concept is designed for future living, it retains a certain aspect of nostalgic charm.
Influenced by the idea of interpreting the beauty and charm of an antique clock into a functional and flexible piece of furniture, Clockwork Joinery is braced to the ceiling and floor with 2 threaded columns. Rotating the central disc rotates 2 “geared” nuts on each of the columns. This mechanical force transfers to a vertical movement of the main unit. All the gears are exposed creating a sense of honesty. All the mechanical components are created from wood, creating a warmth an nostalgic connection not possible with other materials.
Varying the heights, it can serve many purposes such as Bench seating, Desk and Counter/Bar. The integrated shelving also aids structural support while providing storage space.
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