In Hong Kong, because of the space, apartments are small and expensive. Gary Chang, an architect, decided to design a 344 sq. ft. apartment to be able to change into 24 different designs, all by just sliding panels and walls. He calls this the “Domestic Transformer.”
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I have often been very regimental when it comes to who controls the music in my own car on a road trip. I believe it’s the driver’s right to take charge as long as it’s not detrimental to the sing-a-long levels of the road trip. I hope you will agree or you shall never know the joys of hitching a ride in my 207 Cielo.
I am pleased to see that Burger King in Japan seem to agree with me and think that listening to your own tunes is a human right, as their new stores will be fitted with iPod docks that connect to a sound shower type contraption that allows your music to be played at your table and only heard at your table. Very cool I must say.
It certainly ties in with their ‘Have it your way’ slogan in the UK. Not sure if they have that in Japan but either way, customising your eating experience comes as no surprise. No doubt this will increase dwell time which could be seen as a curse for a fast food joint, especially if those pesky kids start to loiter. If it does come to the UK though, at least it will be better than the tinny sounds of N-Dubz coming out of a mobile phone.
Found via PSFK.
In celebrating (or not) the ongoing FIFA 2010 games, the World Cup ‘31 Nations Fall’ website has begun a collection of “fallen flags” as each nation drops out of the vicious competition. See the teams that are out (so far) here>
Note from the maker of the film: “I was mainly focusing on the iPhone video here and didn’t have intentions of making this a comparison video so some of the 7D shots aren’t properly exposed and some aren’t even focused. But here it is regardless.”
Music: The Moldy Peaches – Jorge Regula
Found on Petapixel.