The Kinderlite is a disposable campfire created by Philip John Luscombe from the Northumbria University’s School of Design. Created for exhibition at the Museum of Modern Britain’s (MOMB) “2050 retrospective exhibition on the years 2008-2038”, the product is invented for those who know nothing about survival techniques for them to appreciate the qualities of a campfire. I myself did not know the purpose and qualities of having a campfire. This is maybe because I am not into mountain climbing and camping. However seeing this cute and maybe easy to operate campfire, I may now know the essence of having it, and will eventually learn to appreciate it.
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The Campfire Frame and Starter Box were part of a product range developed by Kinderlite to satisfy a market desperate to experience the raw thrill of outdoor living. Living lives saturated by technology and longing for something more ‘real’, the young market of 2018 was eager to uptake outdoor pursuits, go on wilderness holidays and reconnect with primordial practices. Kinderlite products have ever since been helping people overcome a lack of confidence and knowledge to answer the ‘call of the wild’.
From : Philip John Luscombe
Partying is fun, and can even be more enjoyable if done in an open-air club. The BigTanks is what I am talking about It is an open-air club in Berlin, which is made of illuminated large tanks that consists of a plastic body and a metal shuttering composed. With the use if 1000 liters large water tanks to a temporary installation to be put together, the club is created in the summer of 2006. The open-air club is composed of illuminated cube, visual games and electronic beats. Special control devices from Cologne Life Light is used and made possible the complex wiring and control. Each tank can be individually control, therefore it can be a wonderful music video background.
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When we say illumination, it means light and it takes huge amount of energy to keep it going or if not, it produces smoke that adds up to our green gases but not if you have the Philips Rechargeable Tea Lights. Comes with a charging plate, this lovely illumination tool is available with six rechargeable tea lights that create a soft, gentle, and relaxing ambiance to any home. What made this lighting system an eco-friendly one, is the use of LED “flames” flicker and glow mimicking a real candlelight. [Click here for more information about Philips Rechargeable Tea Lights]
In every full charge, you have the chance to enjoy up to twenty hours of realistic candlelight with less to zero carbon emission. The lights are water-resistant making it a perfect illumination tool for outdoor use. it is also cool to touch, thus safe for your kids. The light is also safe for use indoors and it comes with a wireless induction charger and six clear-glass votive cups. With a dimension of 5 inches in width by 7 inches in depth by 2 2/5 inches in height, these lovely tea lights come exactly of the same size to its wax counterpart. Since it is safe for use outdoor, you can have these lights lined up to light up your pathway or the poolside. The Philips Rechargeable Tea Lights is perfect for parties and receptions like cocktail parties, wedding, birthday, picnics, camping, and more. [Click here for more information about Philips Rechargeable Tea Lights]
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