LinYa Swing Hammock – When Sustainability Meets Cost Efficiency

The LinYa swing hammock is an elegant piece of outdoor furniture designed for the main stream market.
The structure of the hammock has been reduced to the maximum not only to minimize the negative impact on our environment, but as well to maximize the cost efficiency regarding production, shipment and storage. The simple tubular joints / connections of the carrying structure enable an easy assembly for the user. The mattress of the hammock rests on an extremely durable net made out of bamboo fibers. The use of such a net allowed me to reduce considerably the number of parts on the seats area. The shade umbrella benefits as well of a simple and sustainable design: the waterproof cover (made from bamboo yarn) is shaped by a light structure usually seen on the most common tents.

Designer : Jules Parmentier

LinYa Swing Hammock by Jules Parmentier

LinYa Swing Hammock by Jules Parmentier

LinYa Swing Hammock by Jules Parmentier

LinYa Swing Hammock by Jules Parmentier

LinYa Swing Hammock by Jules Parmentier

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Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle Can Handle Wider Variety of Terrain

Well it is difficult to imagine what transportation in future would like with the way designers are coming up with innovative vehicle designs. That being said, if you had to ride to your organization in the new concept Phase 2.0, you certainly wouldn’t have much to criticize about, specially because it features TRON-like lighting over the wheels. This spectacular all-terrain three-wheeler has an auto-pressurized tire for adjusting to several environments like desert dune or swamps and boasts 2 smaller tires to support it. While going over irregular terrain like rocky regions, the pressure on the tire can be reduced, nevertheless, tire pressure can simply be increased while speeding down the Autobahn.

Well, about the engine, the designer wanted it to work with used water with an exceptional Laser that makes a strange combustion, which can make this titanic engine work. This machine would be driven digitally and the driver needn’t have an eye on the big tire. The designer intends this extraordinary vehicle to be far off into the future for real-time applications.

Designer : Arturo Ariño R.

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle

Phase 2.0 Futuristic Vehicle




Freakishclock Wall Clock by Sabrina Fossi

FreakishCLOCK is a minimalist wall clock designed by Sabrina Fossi, an Italian industrial designer, to bring you stylish and unique clock in any room. This hand-made object measures 30cm in diameter and 3cm thickness, it is a sharp and distinguish object. The main goal of this clock is to minimize the time concept, you won’t see a standard hours hand, in fact, almost the entire face of the watch is covered by a disk with only a slice of opening to display the number that represent the hour. The disk moves slowly between hours and showing a white gap between the numbers.

Designer : Sabrina Fossi

Freakishclock Wall Clock by Sabrina Fossi






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