Posts Tagged ‘unusual design’
The unique project of PAS House was designed as a place where you can live and skateboard. Special surface is laid as inside and outside to enjoy the skateboarding. PAS House will be built in Malibu, California, specially for Pierre Andre Senizerques, a world champion and professional skater. Design of the house was created by architects Francois Perrin and Gil Lebon Delapointe. PAS House consists of three zones: the combined living room, dining room and kitchen; bedroom and bathroom; skateboarding park. The total area of the project is 205 sq.m. All the furniture for the house was made to order and also has a special surface suitable for skateboarding!
In the province Las Rozas near Madrid Ensamble Studio realized an extraordinary project, called Hemeroscopium House. Completed several years ago, it continues to astound and amaze the audience with its appearance and a special philosophy. Hemeroscopium is an ancient Greek settlement, situated on the Iberian Peninsula. According to legend, it was a place where the sun sets. Work on the design of this unusual building took almost a year, but it was built during the week because the house was assembled out of large precast structural elements, prepared before. Because of the gray concrete facade the house seems a bit gloomy and unwelcoming, but an unusual form still attracts the attention. There are lots of features there: two pools, huge granite stone on the top of the house and lot more.
TEEbooks are invisible book shelves, invented by designer Mauro Canfori. Unusual design is actually quite simple. The result is impressive when shelves are full of books and discs. TEEbooks system can take many forms, from simple horizontal and vertical, to complex geometric composition. Choose different colors and models to create a design of your own. You can even put your name on the wall. These shelves fit perfectly in any interior, now your room will be more interesting and individual. Visit the site to see more information and create your own custom shelving systems.
Present to you unusual hotel ‘Propeller Island City Lodge’ in Berlin, created with unrestrained imagination and a little music. This is not a luxurious palace with marble floors and a staff of hundreds of people. It’s a small private hotel, but artistic and romantic people, no doubt, prefer these small apartments more than the most prestigious networks with a certain number of stars in the gilded panels at the entrance. All rooms are designed by German artist, musician and sculptor Lars Stroshen, who is the owner of this hotel. In one room you’ll find bed in the form of coffins, in the second you think you’ve confused the ceiling and floor. The third room takes you into the forest, in the fourth you see strange mechanisms reminiscent memories of the machines of Leonardo da Vinci or medieval torture-like aggregates. And what do you think about a flying bed?