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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

Live Events in Washington DC and Florida

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Flasso Milk Flask by Subinay Malhotra

Flasso is a milk flask designed for students who live alone and have to handle plastic milk pouches every morning. The designer has done some researches including analyzing various design on how this packaging can benefit its user by considering how user cutting milk pouch, pouring the milk in a utensil and then heating and storing the milk. Flasso project tries to revolutionize the way we drink milk. It’s lightweight, easy to use and highly possible for mass production. Using only one packaging, user can heat, shake, pour, and store the content of this unit Designer : Subinay Malhotra Tuvie has received “Flasso Milk Packaging” project from our ‘ Submit A Design ‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication. Flasso Milk Flask by Subinay Malhotra is originally posted on Tuvie

House Boz by Nico van der Meulen Architects

Nico van der Meulen Architects have designed House Boz located in Pretoria, South Africa. Description from the architects House Boz situated on a hill within a secluded nature estate in Pretoria East was originally destined for a very different location on a hillside in Mafikeng. The client requested a spacious and luxurious four bedroom house with an emphasis placed on the design of the living rooms. Ensuring that the magnificent views were optimized was of utmost importance and the design of this 770 m ² house responds well not only to the client’s requirements but also to the context of the site. The concept of a bush lodge arose from the vastness of the site and the natural setting of the stand within the estate. Werner van der Meulen of Nico van der Meulen Architects was inspired to design a house that resembled a bush lodge in the way it responds to nature and its immediate surroundings. Translating this concept into a contemporary home was almost

PILAR Active Physical Therapy to Relieve Back Pain

Our anatomy is designed for continuous motion, upright walk is part of essential movement yet our modern technology makes us spend of our day in sitting posture. An average office worker usually spends 12 hours a day in sitting posture, making the body missing its needed movement and back pain appears frequently. PILAR helps to ease the back pain due to muscles tension, when this happens usually muscle movement is preferred over preserving the muscles. The patient is usually have to work with physical therapist and the success of the therapy depends on the patient himself to practice the exercises regularly into his daily routine but the lack of motivation usually results in slow progress. Existing products in the market don’t offer the possibility of active rehabilitation, they don’t motivate user nor give any feedback to encourage patient. Designer : ENTWURFREICH PILAR is an innovative training device that connects via Bluetooth to any tablet. This smart gadget is equipped w