Inspired by the early architecture of Floreat, the Medallion is a mesmerizing narrow lot masterpiece. Its striking lap pool and use of long, linear water bodies within the garden creates a sense of the home floating within the landscape. Spreads over 400 square meters, this eye-catching home rises two stories in the air and opens up tho the surroundings via large windows. Having a really spacious floor plan for inside/outside living area, a musical room, a kitchen and dining area, a regal floating staircase to send floor living area + wet bar, an office and a gorgeous masteroom and bathroom. How would you like this place, looks like a marvelous home for a couple.
If you are using cleaning robot like iRobot, you might be interested in this evolved design “TODY”. Inspired by an octopus, this robot has four arms, each containing 22 steam nozzles and 29 vacuum nozzles. Vacuum and steam nozzles connect to the water tank and dust bag through channels. Using its 4 arms, it can climb, move and hang to reach areas like seats, curtains, windows and more. Not sure how you like this concept. I am happy it might clean my sofa, but can’t stand the idea it will climb to my bed and do some cleaning after all its work on the floor.
Having a website is quite normal in these days. Not only company needs it, personal website gets more and more popular as well. But what is the first thing you need to do to have a website? Many assume the first step to starting website is design, but actually, choose a right domain name to match your needs is equally important, or more important in my personal option.
Words have meaning and names have power. To have a meaningful or branded name is becoming more and more important in the age of internet marketing and branding development. How you know the name you want is available or not? There are many web services you can use online to find available domain names. Such services will let you know the availability status of your desired domain for different extension like .com, org, .net, etc.
Created by Russian artist Vladislav Poliakov, “Star Wars Typographic Portraits” is a fantastic series of illustrations that are one of the best examples of Typographic art that I have ever seen. By changing the shade of color and taking advantage of negative space, Poliakov successfully create contrast between shadow and light, and give 3D look to his portraits. There are three characters in this series, which are arth Maul, Yoda, and Darth Vader. Which one is your favorite?