South Korea is planning to build the world’s first "invisible" skyscraper near the Incheon International Airport and has been approved by their government. The building designed by GDS Architects of Pasadena, California achieves the optical illusion of invisibility by using cameras that capture real-time images behind it and then through digital processing, images are projected onto the front of the building using a wall of LEDs to create a seamless panoramic illusion of invisibility.
Collapsible tables and chairs that can transform into two-dimensions hanging on the wall
Vintage Vespa Scooter Chair
Handcrafted wireless wooden keyboards
Sushi luggage covers
Compact house for college students
Indoor hanging planter that waters the plants with raindrops
Fun and entertaining for beloved cats in home
Modern furniture design - Artistic Aviator Chair
Modern bookshelf designs
Dare you live in this house?
New floral hair ornaments by Japanese artist Sakae
Refrigerator fitting into the wall