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New Microwave Oven Can Fry Your Food Without Oil

New Microwave Oven Can Fry Your Food Without Oil

Enjoy fried food without a deep fryer? It’s a reality with SLIM FRYTM function. By combining a grill with warm air circulation, food is cooked crisp outside and flavourful inside without additional oil. Serve perfectly cooked fresh vegetables, seafood, pasta and more with ease. With the simple push of a button, Samsung’s unique Smart Moisture Sensor determines interior air humidity […]

by · April 29, 2014 · 1 comment · Home, Lifestyle, News
Grind Pepper Like a Boss

Grind Pepper Like a Boss

Although I suspect that a controlled sonic pulse system is the key to perfect pepper grinding, almost every pepper mill currently on the planet is based upon a design introduced in 1874 by Jean-Pierre and Jean-Fredrique Peugeot, who, at the time, were best known for manufacturing hand saws, of all things. Their design featured a wooden tube that fed the […]

by · April 29, 2014 · 1 comment · Design, Home, Lifestyle, News
ITZ Design Ban Table

ITZ Design Ban Table

Ban Table The table draws its inspiration from the work of Japanese architect Shigeru Ban and from traditional Asian joinery. The structure is designed on the basis of joinery techniques, which make it possible to put it together and take it apart without the use of screws, nails, dowels or glue. The table is designed to highlight the subtle beauty […]

Get Tubed – In a Pneumatic Elevator

Get Tubed – In a Pneumatic Elevator

It takes work to go upstairs, but it doesn’t have to. That’s why elevators were invented. If you want an elevator in your home, though, it takes some serious construction. Why not travel through pneumatic tubes like the Jetsons? No, seriously, you can. Dayton Elevators makes pneumatic vacuum elevators that can be easily installed in any house with the right […]

3D-Printed Adapter Turns Bamboo Skewers Into an Easy-Clean Whisk

3D-Printed Adapter Turns Bamboo Skewers Into an Easy-Clean Whisk

If there’s one tool that’s a necessary evil in your kitchen it’s the whisk. Its ability to blend and whip is matched only by its resistance to being cleaned. But if you have access to a 3D printer and a bag of bamboo skewers, this simple adapter could mean you’ll never have to clean out the nook and crannies on […]

by · March 29, 2014 · 1 comment · Design, Home, Lifestyle, News
Usit – Contemporary Step Ladder That Doubles as a Stool

Usit – Contemporary Step Ladder That Doubles as a Stool

ENG-Usit originated in the desire to create a stepladder that fits into a contemporary interior. Today’s stepladders often look too utilitarian, and they are quickly returned to storage after being used. Although it is collapsible, the Usit doesn’t have to be packed away. The two-step version of Usit can be used as a seat, the three-step version as a high […]

Is It Art?  No, It’s a Air Conditioner

Is It Art? No, It’s a Air Conditioner

Those living in apartments or homes without central air have to come to terms with ugly, boxy air conditioners hanging out their windows. It’s either that, or be roasted alive in the summer. But it doesn’t have to be that way, not when LG is somehow packing air conditioners into these ultra-slim housings that hang on your wall like artwork. […]

by · March 24, 2014 · 1 comment · Design, Home, Lifestyle, News
Cool – GE Aeros Smart Air Conditioner

Cool – GE Aeros Smart Air Conditioner

Quirky is more than just bendy power strips these days — recently, it’s been pushing its vision of the connected home thanks to a multi-million dollar partnership with GE. So far their deal has yielded stuff like intelligent egg trays (seriously) and clocks, but they’re unveiling something much cooler today: the Aros, an 8,000 BTU smart air conditioner. Yes, really. […]

by · March 24, 2014 · 1 comment · Design, Home, Lifestyle, News, Technology
Effective Thermal Insulation with Wood Foam – Fraunhofer

Effective Thermal Insulation with Wood Foam – Fraunhofer

Insulation materials of tomorrow must be both efficient and environmentally friendly. Fraunhofer scientists are developing insulation foam made from wood that could re- place petrochemical plastics in the long term. Climate protection is now a mandatory consideration for every building contractor. Only last October the German federal government tightened up its Energy Saving Ordinance (EnEV) even further by decreeing that […]

by · March 22, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Architecture, Economics, Home, News, Technology