Orbit Sink by Alessandro Isola

Saving space can be done elegantly, Alessandro Isola presents you with Orbit Sink. It’s a beautifully crafted, cool white Corian bathroom sink where each section is neatly stacked in the form of cylinder.

It creates an opposing disorderly aesthetic the second you swivel each circular compartment around its metal pivot point. It looks pretty cool, also the invisible metal spine conceals the sink drainage, making it possible to place this unit away from a wall, smart heh? After the first sink circle, there’s a contrasting chrome ring that functions as towel rail and soap tray surface, the other 3 swiveling circles beneath function as storage compartments to keep your bathroom essentials. Due to this unique design, it makes sense that Orbit Sink would become your bathroom focal point.

Designer : Alessandro Isola

Orbit Sink by Alessandro Isola

Orbit Sink by Alessandro Isola

Orbit Sink by Alessandro Isola

Orbit Sink by Alessandro Isola

Orbit Sink by Alessandro Isola

Orbit Sink by Alessandro Isola

Orbit Sink by Alessandro Isola is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

Getting ready for my buddy's wedding (21 Pics)

The finished product

The materials I used.

2, 1.75 liters of Svedka brand vodka. Some might call it a gallon.

5 empty 750ml bottles.

6 empty flasks, to fill for the actual wedding.

3 lb bag of Jolly Ranchers. Way more than I needed for the most part, but I only ended up with a handful of apple jolly ranchers

Lets get started.

Giant Vending Machine From 1948 (10 pics)

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The series puts both Miller’s exceptional photography and Malkovich’s masterful acting talents front and center. Miller gets each amazing portrait’s lighting, mood and composition down perfectly, while Malkovich replicates the subject’s emotions and expressions so perfectly that the photos become nearly indistinguishable, regardless of the age or gender of the original subject. And it was all done without Photoshop!