The collection named SIMPLICITY was born from the collaboration between Carlo Santambrogio and the designer Ennio Arosio with the aim of giving “transparent” shape to a precise and essential way of conceiving and living the spaces. Using extra-clear glass by Saint Gobain, Carlo Santambrogio and Ennio Arosio not only create glass product such as glass kitchen, glass bathtub, glass bed and glass bookcase, they also use it as structural material to build glass ceiling, floor, wall and staircases. The result is quite stunning. The glass house bears witness to the succession of natural phenomena, responsive to their contrasts, reflecting and integrating into its transparencies. However, for me, when everything becomes transparent, it just make me scared. But I have to admit it does look cool. Maybe good for showroom or office space, but live there… no way.
Inspired by urban lifestyle and hip-hop culture, Darkloud Silver has created a unique line of jewelry consisting of rings and pedants in the form of urban music symbols for Djs and all people who like music. This handmade collection consist of headphone, turnable, crate digger, connoisseur, speaker and ear-buds. These works are made from silver, gold and platinum, and cost from $300 to $750. Designs come with price, right? But these unique pieces are sure to win the hearts and ears of anyone who sees them.
Have a garage? How about give it a face-lift? Take a look at these creative 3D garage doors stickers, which will definitely help to put a smile on someone’s face when they your house. The weather-resistant photo tarpaulins are for outdoor use and include a Velcro strip for securing the image to your garage door. Horse stable, subway station, you can use these stickers to make over your garage and make it look like a totally different place. Or you can use those realistic vehicle stickers, for example a police car sticker.
USB warming coffee mug is not something “New”, but this iCup has something different – it is created because of designer’s love for the Apple brand. Vancouver-based designer Tomislav Zvonarić created this iCup, an apple-shaped mug which sits on small heating plate which can be connected to your computer via a USB cord. There is nothing special about its funcationality, just keep your coffee (tea, milk, etc) warm as long as you need. But you have to admit its design is quite eye-catching, no matter you are apple fan or not. The Apple iCup comes with a saucer and a coffee spoon, both of which are also made in the form of an apple with a bite mark in it. Moreover, in Tomislav’s clever design, the stem of apple is not only decoration but also doubles as mug handler. Quite interesting concept right?