If premium fabrication and innovation is design and technology wasn’t just enough, the Marshall Amp Fridge comes a perfect package for those, who really wish to listen to cool high-end audio. Combining the diverse functionalities an amplifier and a mini-cooler, the Marshall Amp fridge has taken a new turn in being cooler.
Ideal for one’s music room or party hall, chilled beers, ice trays and other beverage bottles can be tucked away inside, where as the front panel becomes the amplifier control center. All functionalities are on display, including the multiple knobs, which are to be tweaked as per preference, meaning working around it isn’t much of a task either. In other words, chuck away the beer inside, control your music on the outside, and have a gala time without using too many other devices in the set up. Minimal wiring and the actual speaker can be attached with no real pain.
It doesn’t matter who you are; you’ll have piles upon piles of useless items that have accumulated over the years. Whether it’s gifts that never left the box, or just items that you haven’t touched in years – there will be certain “secret” cupboards that house them all. Of course, over time, it’s useless items […]
Meet Gro.io, self-described as “the world’s most intelligent hydroponics system.” Creator Doug Slemmer was inspired to make the system when his wife was undergoing cancer treatments and used medical marijuana to combat the resulting nausea. Slemmer wanted to make growing easy for other novices. It seems that the only thing this little garden won’t do […]
You might have been able to tell that we weren’t completely sure what to call these. Viride is so unique and interesting that we haven’t even gotten a name for them yet. Goula / Figuera Studio, which designed Viride, calls it a collection of “experimental luminaries”, which brings together two common objects found in homes—artificial […]
A quick, affordable solution to escalating housing construction costs, Apis Cor’s 3D-printing system actually prints an entire small home out of concrete in under 24 hours. The SF-based start-up recently tested the process in Russia, delivering a 400-square-foot house. Of course, not all of it can be done through 3D-printing, and contractors finalize the structure […]