The Transformers Revenge will be showing soon, but it seems like we can experience it sooner in our homes with the Tent Sofa by Philippe Malouin for manufacturer Campeggi. The tent sofa is upholstered in green to resemble military tents. The arms can be unfolded to create a roof and walls enclosing the mattress. You can also transform the tent into a comfortable sofa by folding the arms. This stylish and functional sofa is perfect in places wherein one can share the sofa with one another and enjoy the tent or the sofa together. In addition, the sofa tent is suitable also to those who wanted to have a touch of military ambience in their homes. -via
From: Philippe Maalouin
A Kitchen is one of the most important parts of any home that is why the Isola Kitchen is designed to make our kitchen as comfortable and modern as it can be. Presented during the first Malta design week, the Isola kitchen is complete with a hob with 4-ring ceramic electrostatic surface and appliance from Sub Zero.
To complete the Isola kitchen, it has all the things that we surely need like the dishwasher, double sink, bin, storage, spice-racks, iPad, seating space, and Juicy Salif. The black glossy finish made the Isola Kitchen an ideal kitchen for today’s modern and elegant home interior design trend.
Source: Malta Design Week
Growing plants traditionally requires a pot with a fertilized soil in it in order for the plants to grow healthy. However, it seems like this tradition requirement will be eliminated already because designer Gabriela Mombach has her futuristic flower pot called the Broto that needs not to be filled with soil in order for the plant to grow. The broto is equipped with an artificial LED lightning to take care of your plant and it also has an autonomous system that displays the measurement of pH, temperature, nutrients and humidity. This techie and futuristic flower pot can be the answer to those who wants to grow plant indoor but do not want to deal with dirt. – via
From : Gabriela Moombach