3d printed leg
Technology

There are more than 2 million amputees in the United States and that number grows by more than 185,000 every year. Currently, these people are forced to make due with prosthetic limbs which are expensive, bulky, difficult to function, and just plain ugly. But designer William Root aims to change

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small tiny house
ArchitectureLifestyle

Just because you’re short on space doesn’t mean you should also be short on luxury. At least, that’s the thinking of Portland, Oregon-based tiny home builder Heirloom Homes. The innovative builders construct dream homes on wheels, taking the extra step of controlling every step from start to finish to ensure

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hug pillow
DesignReview

The Japanese have become well-known for their um… let’s say “interesting” pillows in recent years, but thankfully this large hug pillow from Bibi Lab is one we can all enjoy without the overwhelming shame of which we’ve all become far too accustomed. Roughly translating as the ‘Sandwiched Between Twintails Pillow,’

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wake up coffee alarm
Design

Designer Josh Renouf’s alarm clock coffee maker may not make the idea of getting out of bed any more inviting, but at least you’ll be able to give yourself a quick pick-me-up first. His ‘Barisieur’ melds perhaps our two most essential morning devices, the coffee maker and the alarm clock,

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95 milliion penthouse
Architecture

Some lucky billionaire will soon be able to roll out of bed, head over to the window of their penthouse apartment and look down over the posh streets of Manhattan. In fact, the new owner of this $95 million NYC apartment will be able to look down on just about

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Palacio de Cristal
Architecture

Thanks to artist Kimsooja, visitors to Madrid’s Palacio de Cristal (“Crystal Palace”) will experience the sensory overload of a lifetime. By adding translucent diffraction film to the palace’s numerous windows, the artist created an effect in which those who enter are bathed in a sea of beautiful rainbows which dance

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day bed fort
Design

Need to get away from it all for a bit? Then designer Goula Figuera’s Orwell day bed is just the escape you’ve been looking for! Existing somewhere between a bed, sofa, and cabin, the brilliantly-designed furniture piece features everything you need to reclaim the intimacy which is so hard to

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giants birds nest bed
Design

A fusion of furniture and playground, this incredibly comfy-looking giant birdsnest bed by OGE Creative Group is the perfect spot to hatch your next big idea. Informal and sensual, the wooden nest is filled with egg-shaped poofs ready to contort around your body no matter what position you’ve gotten yourself

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tiny micro home
Architecture

Award-winning micro home builders Minim have proven again and again that living small doesn’t necessarily meaning living without. The Washington D.C.-based firm’s crowning achievement sits just 2 miles from the Capitol Building, providing its owners with 210 square feet of ultra-tiny, ultra-chic space. Inside, practically everything has multiple functions. The

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moutain cube lodge
Architecture

Design firm Atelier 8000 envision their ‘Kežmarské Hut’ as a self-sustaining lodge which would be available to high-altitude adventurers in the Slovakian mountains year-round. The energy-independent lodge’s odd orientation is not simply for aesthetic reasons; it also serves to ensure that no matter the viewpoint, three of the cube’s sides

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