Thursday, 24 March 2016

Amazing Tubular Glass House Built Around Tree

This is something really special idea of living around tree. As Kazakh history is rich with stories of people throwing stones. The Kazakh architect Aibek Almassove, making this stone tree house, with perfect weapon to fight stone proliferation. The idea was badly hurt due to financial crisis when investors were rejected the tree house. It was initially to start in 2013, but a dream was shattered due to lack of finances. However, currently, with a glass and solar panel manufacture expressing interest A.Masow Architects, Tree in the house could soon become a reality. It is extremely motivating idea to come out people from their homes and spend time in real nature.

The key feature of this project is to offer an alternative to the bustle of city life. We believe, we can offer combine the capabilities of modern industrial design and the natural wealth and beauty. It is a blend of modern technology and nature. Moreover we’re sure it doesn’t harm to environment and feel you to live in real nature. Further, it offers an opportunity to escape from the sweltering concrete boxes and feel the present unity with nature. The concrete walls sometime disturb the quality life and give you depression of routine life. So, living in nature & technology will help to improve people’s living style. They can perform better in daily life. 

Coffee Table Captures the Striking Beauty of Blue Lagoon

LA Table is a conceptual design company that disregards the notions of what furniture should look like. Alexandre Chapelin the creator and designer of the company, takes pride in creating artistic, effortlessly striking pieces that are as distinguishing as each of his clients. As part of his Lagoon series, 55 coffee tables seeks to explore the theme of individuality; it is a stand-alone furniture item that offers an aesthetically fair focal point within any room that it is placed. Therefore, each coffee table begins as an individual piece of travertine marble that is carved to reconstruct the depths of the sea, delivering the soothing effects of a tranquil lagoon directly into your living space. Moreover, lively blue resin is particularly poured with a technique that makes a replica the gentle ripples of the ocean tide. 

Alexandre Chapelin states in reference to his business philosophy, I reject the making a manufactured product simply because each model is distinctive and I cannot create two indistinguishable tables, so neither will two people own the same table of my creation. Thus, i have always respected the difference between people their personalities and characters and I have faith in this should reflect in the interior design of their own homes. So, our idea is not for two people to ever own the same table.

Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Vintage Scooter Turned Into Fabulous Modern Office Chairs.

The fabulous Vespa motorbike has been re-designed into an exclusive piece of office furniture. The Scooter furniture has designed by Spanish studio Bel & Bel, each chair is customized and handmade in a number of series. The Vespa uses original parts from the Italian vehicle to form a striking silhouette. The scooter chair has the entire feature that you would come to expect from modern seating. The classic 1980s-style chassis has been smartly upcycled as the seat back, with its uncommon shape paying homage to the Vespa’s iconic design. Though the Scooter Chair looks unconventional, and it reclines, has a reinforced internal structure for strength and a base with a hydraulic piston for height adjustment. Moreover, the furniture is ergonomic and upholstered with faux leather and soft tread-silent wheels. In the below pictures you can see variety color schemes available to complement any office. The company has great faith on his unique idea to promote his upcoming design. 

Thursday, 10 March 2016

A Penguin Swims 8,000KM Every Year to See his Friend Who Saved His Life

Some stories are seems out of the world and completely speechless you with love tears falls from your eyes. Just like a Penguin and a man story, who loves is getting deeper day by day. Well everyone knows in Brazil that it’s illegal to keep wild animals as pets. However, in spite of fact what law may say, Dindim comes to live with his buddy who he met on the beaches of Brazil every year since 2011. The part time fisherman and retired bricklayer Joao Pereira de Souza found penguin, fully covered in Oil and near to death, nursed him back to health.  The 71 years old man realized, that South American Magellanic Penguin, didn’t want to go back and ultimately he finally did, De-Souza was amazed to see him return in next year and the years following. 

He Said, I never thought, he would come back, so I love the penguin like it’s my son and same expectations of Penguin loves me. Therefore, no one is permitted to touch him. The penguins lay on my lap, lets me give him showers allows me to feed him sardines and to pick him up.No one believe that he would return back, but my pet is coming back to visit me for past four years. During his bad illness days, we stayed 11 month together and then he disappeared, but kept coming back every year. He swims 8,000 km to do so just for me. So who would negate his affection and love? 

Therefore I love this penguins like a kid. When he sees me, he wags his tail like a dog and honks with delight.  Thus, the penguin believes Joao is part of his family and perhaps a penguin as well.

Wednesday, 9 March 2016

Incredible Photographs Shows the Higest Railway in Europe Piercing Through Snowcapped Mountains

We’re sure, the train won’t you miss out, as incredible photographs display the highest railway service in Europe piercing through snowcapped mountains in the Alps. The train rolling across a 213-foot-high viaduct in the Alps, the red carriages of the Bernina Express adds a splash of color to the remarkable snow-covered Swiss surroundings. Therefore, the passenger train was magnificently picturized on the Landwasser Viaduct, which towers over the Landwasser River in Filisur, Switzerland. 

The train called “Bernina Express” actually connects Chur in Eastern Switzerland to Tirano in Northern Italy. The place is so popular being on the highest railway line in the Alps and the highest point on this line is situated 7,391 feet above sea level. It’s been more than one hundred years; The Bernina railway line was built between 1908 and 1910 and was operated independently until the 1940s, when it was acquired by the Rhaetian Railway, a Swiss transport company.

Two Italian photographer Francesco Vaninetti 36, and Marco Bottigelli 34, planned to travel on the Bernina Express and captured the stunning views from the train. The gifted photographer pair also having disembarked, they scouted locations and photographed the train as it travelled through Schmitten and Filisur in Switzerland. They said, we’ve never seen such views like this on train and it was absolutely spectacular, and our most admired part of this journey to see the train travel over the Landwasser viaduct. When train comes out of a mountain cave and right onto a 213-feet-high, six-curved arch limestone bridge. So, the bright, red color of the train carriages actually stood out against the crisp snow and blue skies. 

They have spent a day travelling on the railway, which spans 75 miles of railroad and passes through 55 tunnels and crosses 196 bridges. However, heavy snowfall adding the nature beauty and the entire area turned into an amazing winter wonderland.  It seems like a fairy tale book. We’re extremely lucky to be able to depict the snowy scenery like this is becoming rarer as the years go by, perhaps due to global warming.  And we are really hoping that these photos can act as a reminder that action needs to be taken to protect the beauty of our planet.