Attraktsionus is designed for city parks and open spaces worth seeing from up above and it is a hybrid ride marrying two sightseeing favorites: a Ferris wheel and an aerial lift.
Art. Lebedev Studio is a privately held company employing over 200 people. As a matter of principle, we don’t work with private persons, political parties, religious organizations, jerk-offs, and those whose views conflict with ours.
We live the way we like. We work the way we believe is right. We don’t give a shit about corporate values all together. All the award plaques end up hanging in our lavatory. We abhor buzzword combinations “creative solution” and “business process optimization”. The offers we send to our clients rarely exceed one page.
The only principle we follow is just two words: No nonsense.
It is not easy to say what makes people entrust us with their projects. There are never guarantees that we’ll find common grounds with those who wish to work with us. What we do guarantee is that whatever we do, we do it right, the way we see it.
Eroski Special Salts (concept)
Vinn Rice vodka
Wyborowa vodka design by Kevin Leung
RELAX lounge chair concept by Kamil Kurka
One Pot, Two Lives
Sektorus watch concept
‘Kelvin40’ concept plane by Marc Newson
Exoskeleton - 3D Printed Shoes
Alien Books concept logo
Kiss package design | via
Mountain Lodge on Sognefjorden by Haptic
‘Firephant’ via YD’s 2012 Red Dot Product Design Picks
10 Stunning Homes of the Future
Reboot Home: Designed by New York City’s Victor Vetterlein, this POD house is completely computer-controlled in order to maximize energy efficiency and comfort. Every inch of its exterior surface acts as a solar energy collector. A wind-powered elevator and water-treatment plant are included and the rooftop collects rainwater that is stored in holding tanks. Natural air-flow is provided via vents that residents operate themselves.
Weave House: Inspired by a child’s loom toy, the woven facade of this mixed-use building is designed for passive energy use. Prefabricated units lock together to form apartments.The overhang of each unit provides shade. Easy—and very quick—to build, the structure arrives from a factory in dozens of parts. Once on site, the pieces are hoisted into place. The concept was designed by Meridian105 Architects of Denver, Colorado.