stuff we drool about

Zera Food Recycler

The Zera Food Recycler is a new revolutionary device that turns food scraps into fertilizer. Designed to fit seamlessly into your kitchen, the elegant household compost machine easily converts food waste into ready-to-use, homemade fertilizer. It collects food scraps throughout the week, and then uses a combination of heat, moisture and mechanical agitation to turn the waste into compost, all in an impressive 24 hours. The process can be controlled via the Zera mobile app, offering the ability to remotely operate the machine. watch the video below

The recycler will retail for $1,199. But a limited number of backers can snatch it up for $899 if they preorder now on indiegogo




zera-food-recycler-2.jpg | Image

zera-food-recycler-3.jpg | Image

zera-food-recycler-4.jpg | Image

zera-food-recycler-5.jpg | Image

zera-food-recycler-6.jpg

zera-food-recycler-7.jpg

zera-food-recycler-8.jpg

zera-food-recycler-9.jpg

zera-food-recycler-10.jpg

ETQ
banner quip interior
AWA interior
Nomus Glashutte
Floyd Interior
SKEYE PICO DRONE | Image

SKEYE PICO DRONE

Skeye Pico Drone is the world´s smallest drone! it fits in the palm of your hand, in fact, you can store it within the remote control, making it pocket size, so you´ll have fun anywhere you want, because of its portability. You get all the features of its older brothers, like the six axis flight control and RTF (ready-to-fly) technology. You also get LED lights to fly it by night, and get a cool firefly effect, and a 3 level adjustable sensitivity for the remote. ...
read more
OCEAN EYE HOUSE | Image

OCEAN EYE HOUSE

Our latest house crush was designed by San Jose-based architect Benjamin Garcia Saxe. The spectacular Ocean Eye House is located in beautiful Costa Rica, and is a surfers dream home as it sits right on the western edge of the Nicoya peninsula, facing towards the Pacific Ocean. The dreamy escape is nestled between the jungle and the beach and is completely open to the outside, opening up stunning ocean views for the bedrooms and living spaces. Folding screens used to...
read more
Woodhouse 2.0 | Image

Woodhouse 2.0

We have featured some amazing retreats over the last couple of years, but none as special as this dreamy escape nestled amongst the dense pin oak forests of Long Island, New York. The circular den was envisioned by Marchi Architects, it is distributed over two levels, a ground and basement floor, and is constructed from natural materials such as vertical wood slat cladding and smooth concrete, respecting the essence of the landscape. The unique house is accessed fro...
read more