Cuisine Keyboard

Photography, Product Design

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It’s lunchtime, are you stuck eating at your desk again?

Thanks to Dutch designer, Hella Jongerius, you can type with one hand and eat with the other.  You’ll never cram your cuisine and keyboard together on the same desk again, bringing a whole new meaning to the term multi-tasking.

Just remember it’s not recommended for microwave or dishwasher use.

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The Bridge to Creativity

General Design, Photography

Rolling Bridge: London

Slauerhoffbrug: Leeuwarden, Netherlands

Twisted Bridge: Vlaardingen, Netherlands

Living Root Bridges: India

Lego Bridge: Germany

Everyone knows the answer to the age old question, “What is the fastest way to get from Point A to Point B?,” but not everyone knows the most creative way to get there.  Take a look at these modern marvels of civil engineering that “bridge” the gap between utilitarian functionality and extraordinary execution.

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A Petite Palace of Your Own

General Design, Product Design

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Does the housing crisis have you down?  Are you tired of camping in a tent?  Have you always wanted to build your own home?  The solution to all your problems is German architects, Van Bo Le-Mentzels’, creation One SQM.  This humble abode measures just one square meter; it can be built in one day and is adaptable to feature a heater or a toilet.  One SQM proves bigger isn’t always better and good things really do come in small packages.

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Be Wise and Wonderful


Fresh food has never looked so good.

This advertisement for Lurpak is rich with vivid colors and a mash up of sounds to a dull, but mesmerizing narration to tell the story of how healthy foods can be so exciting, and oh so good for you too.


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Abandoned Building to Occupied Space

General Design, Photography

We knew that you could renew a library book, but who knew you could renew a Wal-Mart into a library.

Take a look at how this 124,500-square-foot Wal-Mart in Texas was repurposed as a public library by Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle.

Read more about the unique approach to library design here.

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