Designed by a local studio “house design“, this playful industrial feeling home breaks the rules of traditional taiwanese apartment and successfully integrates the dwelling’s various spaces. Instead of using a dinning chair, a massive island is employed to let homeowner prepare food and have meal. Sitting atop a bright yellow base and surrounding by a collection of different types of industrial chairs, the grey island easily becomes a focal point of the room. There is a office/study area behind the folding wood doors close to the glass cabinet, to give user some separation if they want. Cool plumbing pipes systems are used to divide the space and holding stuff. Things like clock, plant, mirror and TV are smartly installed around the pipes. There is even a padded seat placed on the pipes so you can sit on to take off shoes. The large glass cabinet in the hallway is used to hold and display owner’s collectibles and it also lets light pass through to the hall. There are also a lot to mention in the apartment, such as vertical wooden slats in bedroom, chalkboard wall at the hallway and wood-like titles in bathroom. Take a look at the photos below and tell us how do you like it?
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Mychai is an innovative tea maker concept which allows you make your favorite teas on the go. No matter what you like, simply open and load the device with your favorite leaves and select one of four tea categories displayed on top. Yes, this smart device divide tea into four different categories, and each category has its own perfect brewing time, for example, 2 mins for green/white/yeallow tea and 3 mins for oolong tea. Then, drop it in 1-2 cups of water and it will automatically heat the water to ideal brewing temperature. After the water reaches the desired temperature, the hatch will open – exposing leaves to the hot water and starting brewing process. After certain minutes (depending on the category of tea you select), hatch will automatically open and the tea is ready for you to enjoy.
No matter how you like eating bacon, would you want to wrap your neck with a bacon-like scaft? Definitely a “no no” for me, but seems quite appealing to those bacon-obsessed person. Called “Fou Lard”, this jaw-dropping photorealistic bacon scarf, by Swiss artist Natalie Luder, is 100% silk “Crèpe de Chine” for the fingers, 100% thin-sliced Mangalitsa pork belly for the eyes. When asked the origin of its name “Fou Lard”, Luder mentioned “It is a play of words. ‘Scraf’ in French is ‘Foulard’, while ‘Fou Lard’ means ‘insane bacon’, perfectly matching the bacon scraf.” For anyone who is interested in this unusual accessory, you can order it from bza.co.