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Michael Ward - Arte

Recojo una muestra de las obras de " Michael Ward ", si te gustan y quieres ver más pásate por su web.

Vince Low - Arte

Recojo una muestra de la obras de " Vince Low ", si te gustan y quieres ver más pásate por su web.

The Drone Survival Guide

The Drone Survival Guide

Incognito Bracelet Watch for Fashionable People

There are many people that don’t wear watches, simply because they prefer to wear something else such as jewelries or leather bracelets. Inspired by this idea, Peter Fletcher has designed a fashion watch, Incognito . It doesn’t look like a watch, it looks just like a nice leather bracelet that you can casually wear as fashion accessory. At the first stage of the design, Fletcher thought that this watch could be made of carbon fiber, faux leather, or maybe rubber like materials. The bracelet features stylish, bold stitching and simple press stud fastenings. Any watch mechanisms are hidden inside the bracelet, it can’t be seen from the outside. Those LEDs stick out through the leather by following the stitching pattern, in this way, they would be obscured to others. They would attract attention only they are activated. There are buttons under the leather, simply press the specific button to activate the time or date. Designer : Peter Fletcher for [ Tokyoflash ]

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The Glenbrook Residence by David Jameson Architect

Architect David Jameson designed the Glenbrook Residence in Bethesda, Maryland. Project description Two stone structures surround a glass pavilion within a wooded landscape in Bethesda, Maryland. The concept for the Glenbrook residence was to create three distinct structures: one for the most public programs (entry space, garage and guest bedrooms), one for the most private living programs and one where “public” and private can co-exist. Each space has an outdoor terrace or some special connection to the site while the roof of the glass pavilion folds beyond one’s cone of vision to create the feeling of being outside. The building is made of all natural materials with a 100-year lifespan and features an underground spring-fed water furnace HVAC system. Architect: David Jameson Architect Photography by Paul Warchol