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Home & DesignPocket Sized GreenhouseToday’s the last day of the 2015 Paris Climate Conference that’s been going on since end November. World leaders are getting together and making sincere efforts at saving our planet. It only seems fitting that we here also do our part by promoting Nature and Green Design. The Lives-glass is a tiny little planet-saver. Made out of glass, this miniature planter irrigates itself through drip irrigation. It also creates a greenhouse environment for your small plant, making it the most utilitarian planter out there. Not just that, it looks like an adorable hourglass, a metaphorical way of telling us that time’s running out! Save our planet! Design Hunters
Home & DesignWriter's Cabin with Folding WallsIf you’re looking for a secluded cabin to finish the next great American novel or just relax over a long weekend, you won’t find much better than the False Bay Writer’s Cabin. Designed by internationally renowned firm Olson Kundig—the same firm responsible for the Cabin at Longbranch—this minimal space is 500 square feet of tranquility situated on ten acres of property on San Juan Island in Washington. Like their previous works, this tiny cabin straddles the worlds of interior and exterior by essentially being a glass house surrounded by three exterior walls that fold down into three separate decks. Design Hunters
Home & DesignJenga Architecture of Montreal!This Brutalist building looks like an urban Brazilian favela with the way it spreads all over the place creating a 3D landscape of buildings. Designed by renowned Israeli/Canadian Architect Moshe Safdie, the Habitat 67 is now considered one of Montreal’s finest pieces of architecture, and a Canadian National Heritage Site… not to mention a source of inspiration to architects world over. Design Hunters
Home & DesignArtist Spends 35 Years Decorating Her House With Rocks And A Glue GunOne of the first things most of us will do after buying a house is paint. We want to have our own colors on the walls to match our furniture and to make it feel more like our own and less like we're living in somebody else's old house. It's only natural. Design Hunters
Home & DesignGiant Sequoia is Conceptual Architecture That Turns Tree Into SkyscraperArchitecture and design journal eVolo focuses on innovative design based on technological advances of the 21st century. Since 2006 they have run an annual Skyscraper Competition, inviting architects from around the globe to unleash their fantasy and create the skyscrapers of the future. Design Hunters
Home & Design10 Absolutely Wonderful Tree Stump Landscaping and Decor IdeasIf you are thinking to do some landscaping or decorate your garden with something unusual and unique then how about making use of tree stumps? In this way you can bring a fallen tree or a dead stump to good use. So, take a look at the cool ideas below and see which one do you like the best... Design Hunters
Home & DesignThe Wooden House By Studio PikaPlusWhen you think of a cabin in the woods, what usually comes to mind is a heavy, wooden structure with small windows and a big fireplace. Slovenian firm Studio PikaPlus has taken this architectural trope, blown it up, and started all over again. The result? An award winning home that goes simply by Wooden House. Design Hunters
Home & DesignGapahuk CabinThe Gapahuk Cabin is a ready-made social dwelling designed to fit perfectly into almost any scenic environment. Gapahuk is the result of a collaboration of two well-known international brands, Snøhetta and Rindalshytter. Snøhetta is the international architecture and design firm responsible for projects like the National September 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion and the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet. Design Hunters
Home & DesignMuji HutOne of the key experiences of being human is, at some point, feeling like you need to get far, far away from all other humans. A desire to have some amount of alone time is innate in all of us. Now thanks to Muji’s Hut, you can get just that wherever you please. Design Hunters
Home & DesignYou can pack up this home & take it with you!The future of homes is upon us and it isn’t a smart home. It’s a prefab home. Short for prefabricated, these homes come as livable units ready to be assembled and then lived in… like IKEA meets Architecture. The prefab homes became all the rage in 2015 when Muji debuted three ultra-small prefab hut designs for people looking to live the minimalist life away from the city’s hustle and bustle. Their latest hut design is ready for production and costs roughly $27,000. They also sit on a cemented foundation, making them permanent. Design Hunters
best ofSome fashion trends never go out of style. Others disappear and then come back years later re-branded as "retro". And some fashion never deserves to come back, because it didn't deserve to exist in the first place. Check out these men's fashion disasters from the 1970s to see what we mean. Compiled by Bored Panda, the list contains an appalling array of crimes against clothing that not even the designers can defend. In it you'll find everything from belted sweaters and jump suits to knitted tank tops and animal-printed bodysuits. Oh, and lots of dodgy mustaches. Don't forget to vote for the worst!Unfortunately, the world doesn’t share the same climate as San Diego. Our yearly average isn’t something hovering a little bit above 70 degrees – 60 doesn’t constitute as cold, nor does 80 as hot. So for the rest of us, when the summer rolls around, we get hot and sweaty – but at the very least, Ably is here to help with their line of shirts and hoodies.Because the world is rapidly coming to an end, this is the Modern Nativity (aka the Hipster Nativity). It features a manger (which should be a moped filled garage) with Joseph and Mary taking a selfie with baby Jesus, three questionably wise men on Segways bearing Amazon Prime gifts, and a shepherd presumably managing his livestock on an iPad.
Jewellery was made with Argentium silver by Róża Turowska designer at PERKA design. PERKA design, where traditional techniques and modern materials meet to make contemporary jewellery.