Whoa. Some people really know how to make worthwhile things practically out of nothing. Michelle de la Vega, a designer, artist and welder from Seattle turned an ordinary garage into fully functioning living space with a mezzanine. All the furnishings inside were either handcrafted or refurbished and the place was lifted up and slightly extended to fit the bathroom.
The design studio Paz Arquitectura from Guatemala created this spectacular house in a hillside forest in the Santa Rosalia area of Guatemala City. The house named Casa Corallo almost merges with the natural forest landscape. Tree trunks grow freely through the building, and the materials used for construction resemble those of the place around.
Meet the Wally 118 Wallypower yacht. This technical wonder with a composite hull and black glass panels provides a unique combination of a luxurious interior and shapes of a special tactics vessel. The most expensive version of 118 Wallypower is propelled by three gas turbines with the total power output of 16,800 horsepower and its price is $33 million dollars.
Business cards like these will definitely help you stand out against the background of less creative people, provided they won’t be confused with any other stuff.
This is a concept of a foldable house created by Spanish designer Martin Azua. When it’s folded, the synthetic cupola fits a man’s pocket. But once you need a shelter, you may instantly inflate the "House" with body heat or solar rays. The material is reversible and you may choose whether to reflect inner or outer heat waves and so keep the shelter either warm or cool inside.