Designed by Gustavo Brenck, Gig Pack is a scooter backpack for the daily use, intended to be used to travel small and medium distances. Generally, it is a nylon backpack with a fold-able aluminium structure scooter. When the scooter is not in use, it can be folded to the inside of the backpack and has plenty space left for your stuff. Holds up to 90kgs riders and with large rubber wheels, holes on the track are no longer a concern. It will be a good option to travel to work/school and fold it into a backpack when it is time to go into the building. Perfect backpack for travelers and daily commuters.
Romanian arhitektoryy Ion Popusoi and Bogdan Preda created a beautiful and compact, modern residential loft complex called Cetatuia Loft , located in Brasov (Romania). Set in a fairytale landscape, on a central hill close to the Black Church, this apartment building hints subtly towards the exquisite spaces found on the inside. The three floors encompassing 1,500 square meters maximize the amount of natural light coming through large windows, skylights and transparent floors. A floating staircase with glass railings ensures this feature occupies the smallest amount of space, allowing the interiors to be larger while maintaining a transparent visual flow. The systems of artificial lighting and colorful neon lighting is another shining part in the interior design, which allows owner to easily create a “mood” of the home with different lighting color. The transparent floors looks really cool but kinda of scaring to walk on it for me. Take a look at below photos and don’t hesitate to share us which is your favorite part. [source]
How to make a unique lamp? The answer of Transparent House might be: Use laser cut plexiglass and one hundred translucent micro-cassettes!
Tape lamp is a table lamp made of translucent and colored tapes. The small lamp is made of answering machine tapes and the large model is built from compact cassettes in different shades.
Above picture might look like a giant fish bowls, but it is actually a totally see-through inflatable tents. For a mere £400 a night, tourists can spend an evening in the transparent inflatable BubbleTree
. Created by French designer Pierre Stephane Dumas, the bizarre transparent structures are designed to get people as close to nature as possible.