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Daily Picdump

Daily Picdump…Nuff said!!! The post Daily Picdump appeared first on Seriously, For Real? .

Balcony House by A-cero

A-cero have designed the Balcony House, a single family house in Madrid, Spain. From A-cero This single family house has an area of 952 m2 arranged on 3 levels and seated on an independent plot of 2000 m2 with a prime location in a natural environment, and only 14km from the city center. This design is a reflection of its exterior architecture. It harnesses the breadth of open spaces and the double heights with wooden structures that wrap the stays. This spaciousness is enhanced by the large amount of natural light that comes from the large windows existing at all levels, both in common and private areas. The furniture of the living room, like the kitchen, has been designed and built personalized for the customer, with high quality finishes. LED lighting is the protagonist in the interior, marking the architecture and creating lines that frame the spaces. Design: A-cero

Futuristic Audi Fleet Shuttle Quattro for Ender’s Game Movie

Innovative, futuristic, cutting-edge design of Audi Fleet Shuttle Quattro will be displayed at Ender’s Game Movie, a virtual car based on Orson Scott Card’s bestselling novel. This virtual car represents futuristic design and ground breaking technology, it’s been designed exclusively for the movie. Thanks to the latest technology, this virtual car can be seamlessly integrated into futuristic environment of the film. Frank Rimilli, the chief designer of this film project , explains that designing a custom car is similar to design a tailor-made suit, the team adapted to the requirements in the world of “Enter’s Game” while still keeping the brand value intact. The result is a stunning concept car that blends perfectly in the fictional world of the movie. Designer : Audi Futuristic Audi Fleet Shuttle Quattro for Ender’s Game Movie is originally posted on Tuvie

Garages of the Rich and Famous

Robam Kitchen Fan Set Concept: Nebula, Turbo, and Nest by Juan Restrepo

Robam Kitchen Fan Set concept was inspired by the constant use of kitchen fan when the designer lived in Hangzhou, China. This happened because most Chinese food is stir fried or boiled, therefore, as an industrial designer, he wanted to incorporate beautiful object into modern kitchen. Designer : Juan C Restrepo Nebula: This is a project inspired by nature. As we keep filling our living spaces with technology and electronics, the designer wanted to keep some type of organic inspiration in the kitchen both functional and aesthetic. This kitchen fan is powerful, functional, and beautiful. The touch glass projected interface is only visible when activated, keeping the attention on the movement of the fan. The glass was chosen as the main material since it retains heat well, it is easy to clean, but most importantly because it exposes the beautiful fan in motion, almost like a piece of functional sculpture in your kitchen. Turbo: This fan is for the heavy duty coo