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Drift Light

Drift Light is a new smart light bulb that mimics the setting sun. Drift Light dims the light at bedtime, over a 37-minute "sunset" period with changing and fading colors matching those of a sunset, until the bedroom is dark and we are gently asleep. At night, the LED bulb can also mimic the moonlight, fading to a nightlight brightness. The rest of the day it can be used as a normal bulb. And the cool thing is you don´t need any fancy app, simply screw it into a socket like any other light bulb and click the regular light switch twice. watch the video



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NIPI SMART COOLER | Image

NIPI SMART COOLER

Nipi is the new cooler, designed and developed to fulfill the needs of modern outdoor life. The idea behind it is that we´ll always need and love cold drinks and that nowadays we also need power to charge our smartphones, tablets, cameras, etc. Nipi features a solar panel charger, and two 14.000 mAh lithium polymer batteries that will feed your devices´ needs. With Nipi you also get 4 USB ports to connect your devices or up to two other solar panels, in case you nee...
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AMAZING RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX SINGAPORE | BY SAFDIE ARCHITECTS | Image

AMAZING RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX SINGAPORE | BY SAFDIE ARCHITECTS

The Bishan Residential Development is the latest creation of the always surprising Moshe Safdie. The Bishan Central will consist of  approximately 500 apartments distributed in two towers of 38 floors spread on 12 thousand square meters. The two condominium buildings are linked by three walkways with gardens, pools and recreational space. This solution allows ventilation and natural light for the living spaces and greater interaction among residents. The apartm...
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THE NIGHT YOU LEFT | MIRRORED COASTERS | Image

THE NIGHT YOU LEFT | MIRRORED COASTERS

"The Night You Left" is a set of four mirrored coasters, lined with digitally printed white powder reminiscent of cocaine lines. The coasters are by artist Nir Hod, he was inspired by his series of oil on mirror paintings(currently in exhibition at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York). The edition will be available for sale at PK Shop from September 13, 2012....
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