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天啊,沒頭沒尾的!銀河系拼圖突破你的既定框架 | 大人物 - 89159

The team over at Nervous System recently designed this fun Infinite Galaxy Puzzle that tiles continuously in any direction. Pieces from the top can be removed and added to the bottom, and likewise from side to side.

When we think of the word “juicer” we imagine a big bulky electronic contraption but all you really need is something to help squeeze! For those of us with limited cabinet and counter space, the Flat Juicer is a simple, space-saving solution. Thanks to its clever design, only one step is needed to set it up. Just squeeze the flexible body and the juicer pops into shape immediately.

When we think of the word “juicer” we imagine a big bulky electronic contraption but all you really need is something to help squeeze! For those of us with limited cabinet and counter space, the Flat Juicer is a simple, space-saving solution.

Rotterdam-based designer Chris Kabel has created a collection of contemporary glass, metal and ceramic vases that show off the stems of the flowers, instead of hiding them away.

These Colorful Glass Vases Put The Flower Stems On Display. The collection, named Hidden Vases, have the water source turned upside-down, and the flowers appearing to grow from the plate.

architorturedsouls: “La Muralla Roja / Ricardo Bofill ph: Andrés Gallardo ”

Designed in 1968 by the architect Ricardo Bofill, La Muralla Roja—the Red Wall—is a masterpiece located in the La Manzanera development in Calpe, Spain. It’s a housing complex designed more l…

PANTES by Emanuele Canova - Google 搜尋

, its construction with bold diagonal bar presents an almost perfect solution for the basic static problem of a chair. This characteristic was taken as a concept for constructional and formal exploration. Seemingly identical, each of variations has a spec