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Samurai Chair by Seo Young Moon

By Monica on Mon Feb 4 2013 |
Samurai Chair by Seo Young Moon
Home | Seating
The impressive chair, called Samurai Chair, is created by South Korean designer Seo Young Moon. The chair gives the illusion that it's fallen victim to a samurai's razor sharp katana. It will surely make you think twice before sitting down, but rest assure, it's still capable of holding up to 330 lbs!
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Project Google Houses

By Monica on Mon Feb 4 2013 |
Project Google Houses
Gear | Design
The Project Google Houses are birdhouses created by Taiwanese artist Shuchun Hsiao, who is inspired by the icon of Google Map. The artist says that the project is aiming to put numbers of birdhouses all over the city for birds to accommodate and the iconic symbol will become a navigating landmark for the flying birds.
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Branch Umbrella

By Monica on Mon Feb 4 2013 |
Branch Umbrella
Gear | Tools
The Branch Umbrella differs from the common umbrellas in its branch handle, which is developed by Belgian Les Petits Riens. The two-branched handle allows the umbrella owner to share the umbrella with another person easily. "Branch is an open invitation to share your umbrella." says the designer Quentin de Coster.
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The Hidden Chairs by Ibride

By Ben on Mon Feb 4 2013 |
Home | Seating
The Hidden Chairs by Ibride, an iconic design with an optical illusion.
  

flix Live outdoor moving kitchen

By Monica on Mon Feb 4 2013 |
flix Live outdoor moving kitchen
Home | Kitchen
Made by German company flix GMBH, the flix Live outdoor moving kitchen is designed to simplify and speed-up the task of transferring gastronomical proceedings out into the garden, terrace or roof top, where it can work as either a kitchen, BBQ station or buffet.
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Pandora's Pops

By Monica on Mon Feb 4 2013 |
Pandora s Pops
Body | Food
Looking for something fun to spice up your relationship or date? Well, these heart-shaped lollipops by Pandora's Pops are your best choice. These are hand-made herbal lollipops and they come various series, including Aphrodisiac Pops Plain, Calming Pops, Happy Genius Pops, Smoke-Stop Pops, etc. They are available online.
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Homework Table

By Monica on Mon Feb 4 2013 |
Homework Table
Home | Furniture
The Homework Table by Tomas Kral is an even more functional table, which is surrounded by an aluminum cloth in its three sides, and the "sink" design can be used to store documents and other objects.
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The Tree Cafe

By Monica on Mon Feb 4 2013 |
The Tree Cafe
Home | Design
This is a really cool mobile cafe designed for trees. The seating and ladders are made from different wood with different character: fir, oak, beech and lark. I cannot believe it when I sit on the suspended wooden chair while sipping coffee. A great creation by Byggstudio!
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Iran unveils new indigenous stealth fighter “Qaher 313″

By Ben on Mon Feb 4 2013 |
Iran unveils new indigenous stealth fighter  Qaher

Iran unveils new indigenous stealth fighter  Qaher
Gear | Military
Iran unveiled its indigenous fighter jet named "Qaher 313″. The prototype of the Q-313 (or F-313 according to the stencils applied to the aircraft), was presented to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and publicly displayed as part of the Ten-Day Dawn ceremonies held in Iran to celebrate the 1979′s victory of the Islamic Revolution. Iran's new fighter jet doesn't look like any we've ever seen before.
n the previous days, the Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi had said, “The aircraft will be different from the other fighter jets Iran has already made. Base on the first photographs released by the FARS News Agency, the new stealthy jet has a really peculiar design. It features hard edges and those distinctive edges and angle of the U.S. F-22 and the twin tail shape much similar to that of the F-35 Lightning II. It looks like this pilot is in a miniature plane. After more watch the Q-313 in the air.
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Dyson Airblade Hand Dryer

By Ben on Mon Feb 4 2013 |
Dyson Airblade Hand Dryer
Home | Bath


Dyson has unveiled a all-in-one hand-drying water faucet, its Airblade Tap. It combines hand washing and drying in one rather futuristic tap. First, the user must place their hands under the central nozzle, which breaks an infra-red beam and triggers a stream of lukewarm water. Next, the user moves their hands out underneath the two wings, where breaking a second beam sets off a blast of cold filtered air to scrape the water away.
The drying mechanism works via a brushless DC motor, which produces two sheets of air at 420mph. According to the announcement, the Airblades can dry wet hands in 14 seconds. The motor is said to be one of the smallest fully integrated 1400 watt units in the world. The Airblade Tap can be pre-ordered today and should be available March 1st. At £999!!
  

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