This innovative kitchen cabinet gizmo was invented by German designer Christoph Thetard. It's a versatile kitchen appliance
that uses no electricity and instead is powered by the chef’s own foot! Comes with three handy attachments: a chopper, blender, and grinder. Each of these appliances is connected to a rotary gear powered by a flywheel contained within the cabinet.
The bonus feature here is that it'll help you burn calories while you cook!
Remy Meijers's Manor by the River is an interior design more than just a collection of fine furniture. There's a calm and serene feel about this place, and the Dutch designer paid attention to the height and space of the place to enhance the feeling of breeziness and more. Read more
This minimalist apartment is located in a central urban neighborhood of Poznan, Poland, and was designed and developed by the creative team at halo. architecture. It measures 62 square meters and has every bit of inspiration from what you'd expect in a Scandinavian home. Check it out: Read more