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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

Icons of the Web 2013

Icons of the Web 2013

Navona House by JI Studio

JI Studio have designed the Navona house in Pachuca, Mexico. Design by JI Studio Photography by Jorge Silva .

Stick 1/2 by Snežana Jeremić

Stick 1/2 is a foldable stick for the elderly and disabled people. This smart design allows the stick to be used as a traditional stick or as a crutch. When folded is used as a stick and when unfolded is used as a crutch, it doesn’t have complicated mechanism, it’s really simple, just pull/push and lock it. Designer : Snežana Jeremić Tuvie has received “Stick 1/2″ project from our ‘ Submit A Design ‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication. Lenify Collapsible Emergency Stretcher by Danny Lin Lenify is a collapsible emergency stretcher that eliminates the possibility of secondary injury to occur when lifting up the patient onto the stretcher. To solve this problem, the project divides the stretcher into three parts by the human proport... In Nissan NV200, Function Becomes The Aesthetic Nissan NV200 is dedicated to small business professionals that always on the move. This car exterior might not appeal too much for de

Black Wood House by Marchi Architects

Marchi Architects have designed an extension to a house in Normandy, France. Description from the architects: The client wanted to move the living spaces to a more open and transparent spaces, in order to free some spaces in the old house. A unique volume is set up, arranging kitchen, living and dining room. From the interior, wide views are offered on the garden and on landscape. The extension is connected to the existing house as a structurally light volume, as not to overload the foundations. The project is minimal: the volume is integrated in the surrounding, partially recessed in the topography of the ground as to stands lower than the street level. The dark timber cladding plays with light and shadows so that the extension disappears in the shade of the forest around. Architecture by Marchi Architects Photography by Fernando Guerra / FG+SG .