Friday, November 26, 2010
Staircase by Danny Kuo.
"The most efficient way to build is vertically.
Building vertically saves space as it uses minimal ground square meters. When it comes to interior design, the same rule can be applied. By focusing on height rather than width, efficient storage designs can be created. However, high storage designs can create a new problem because the higher storage parts will be difficult to reach. My Staircase is a shelving unit that combines a bookshelf with a pullout stair system in the bottom three shelves. The shelving unit is 2.6 meters high and the top shelves are accessible by using the bottom shelves as steps for accessing the higher shelves"
KOOSTIK, the wood amplified iPhone sould docks set you back $85-$90, depending on the type of wood you choose.
"Specially designed sound channels and hemispherical sound chambers create rich, dynamic and natural, acoustic amplification. The finish is an Earth-friendly orange oil and beeswax combination, hand applied and rubbed for a silky smooth finish. The KOOSTIK measures 8 1/2" long X 3 1/2" tall X 2" thick."