The Studio of the Japanese architect and engineer Kengo Kuma and associates (KKAA) designed a great building facade.
Planters made of aluminum panels cover the 1,052 m2 facade while providing space for facilities.
The “Bloomframe” balcony is a clever design of a window that can transform into a balcony. Its manufacturer Hurks Geveltechniek announces it is now available on the market in The Netherlands.
Bloomframe is a safe and affordable building component made of steel, glass and aluminum that consist of three components: technique, frame and electronic control.
Near Marseille (France) based family company Attrap’Rêves is proposing guests a chance to sleep in fully furnished clear plastic bubbles situated in the middle of nature.
“We wanted to open the doors to create a true sharing poetic and sensory bubbles through the installation of design and ecological facility.”
A pouf when it is close, it becomes a small seat when you open it.
Taiwanese designer Jeff Dah-Yue Shi designs a beautiful Bamboo LED system that strikes an unconventional balance between green building materials and energy-efficient illumination.
Tessellated bamboo panels combined with LED lights build walls, ceilings and floors. Minimalist spaces can be illuminated without using light fixtures.
Japanese designer Ryosuke Fukusada has mixed traditional Japanese woodworking techniques with modern technology to create this “Wooden Light Bulb”.
“The LED device is wrapped by wooden shell which is chipped until minimum thickness with Japanese ‘ROKURO’ technique. The socket is done by aluminum that suits wood with modern impression.”