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Having Fun with The Boombench from Michael Schoner

Street Benches are of big help especially to those tired passerby and those who just want to have a good and relaxing seat. And to make our seating experience more fun and exciting, designer Michael Schoner come into and idea of transforming the conventional street benches into an attractive sound system called the Boombench. Everyone has the chance to play their own type of music using their Bluetooth enabled player or mobile phones. This is really exciting and cool and since almost all of the people nowadays have their players handy, there’s no way for them not to enjoy the Boombench.

Boombench

Boombench

Boombench

Boombench

Boombench

Source : Vimeo via Woohome and Dezeen



Rapid Palace by Visiondivision

Palace is commonly heard during the ancient times. At present, you can hardly hear this word already. Visiondivision will let you hear the word palace again with their Rapid Palace. It is their project with an eco friendly concept and purpose. They wanted to transform an uninspiring school lot into a schoolyard that will let every kids enjoy. The palace is created through the negative space by planting fast growing Swedish bamboo called Salix. Visiondivision envisioned that in 25 years, they could already harvest the Salix for fuel or for furniture material. This eco-friendly vision of Visiondivision will help our youth a lot in the future. For sure, they will not experience what we are experiencing at the moment if everybody will have the same vision as Visiondivision.

Rapid Palace

Rapid Palace



Wind Farm Celebration Center By Michael Jantzen

Various architects and designers seem to be focusing on different eco-friendly structures nowadays. The Wind Farm Celebration is just another mere example. Proposed by an internationally known artist and designer Michael Jantzen, the Wind Farm Celebration is a structure that is powered by a wind turbine. Within the perimeter of the central tower that supports the wind turbine are 11 concentric layers, wherein nine of them form the roof of the structure and two functions as the large exterior that works as the gathering place for special events.There is also this large open are in the visitor center that is designed to house various permanent or temporary displays, offices, meeting rooms, and more. The open space of the center will also reduce energy demand as it allows natural light and ventilation to pass throughout the structure. The structures lighting system also uses the energy saving and eco-friendly LED lights.

Wind Farm Celebration Center

Wind Farm Celebration Center

Wind Farm Celebration Center

Wind Farm Celebration Center

Wind Farm Celebration Center

Wind Farm Celebration Center

Wind Farm Celebration Center

Source: Michael Jantzen via Ecofriend



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