Another year has come to his end and we’re going to make some conclusions regarding the most popular posts of 2016. This will help us to make our magazine more interesting to our readers and our readers at their turn could check if they saw all interesting posts. Just take a look!
10. Lamborghini Aventador 750-4 Superveloce J.S.1 Edition [ check it here ]
Our list starts from this stunning supercar. This one-of-a-kind Lamborghini Aventador 750-4 Superveloce J.S.1 made for London based art dealer James Stunt is probably the closest thing to a Batmobile that anyone has ever made. MANSORY ended up decking the angular body of this car out in carbon-fiber, giving it a super aggressive look.
9. Underwater Eco-Village Plans To Recycle Rubbish Into ‘Seascrapers’ [ check it here ]
Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut developed plans for an amazing oceanic city built out of recycled rubbish. This futuristic building proposal extends 1,000 meters down into the depths of the sea, and plans to be made entirely of 3D-printed plastic waste materials. Named for a species of bioluminescent jellyfish, this fictional city goes by the name of Aequorea. The architectural concept serves to highlight our current situation of dwindling natural resources as well as the overwhelming need to clean up our waste-filled oceans.
8. Audi Truck Project [ check it here ]
This is not a real car but mindblowing concept. Two designers created a project of truck concept for Audi. The goal of the project, called Truck For Audi, was to create a concept for a self-driving electric truck for the German automobile manufacturer.
7. Custom “Lvpvs Alpha”: A Space Age Moto Guzzi California [ check it here ]
The first bike in our list – Custom “Lvpvs Alpha”. Thanks to the synergy between Italian companies Walter Tosto SpA and Officine Rossopure the “Lvpvs Alpha” was born, perfectly combining creativity, design, and technology.
6. Heart Stopping Restaurant over Copper Canyon [ check it here ]
This stunning concept is the first architectural project in the top popular posts on our website. Mexican architecture firm Tall Arquitectos just released some renderings of Bire Bitori, the heart stopping cliff side restaurant and cocktail lounge. The concept embeds the establishment within the rock face of the heart-stopping landscape high above Mexico’s Copper Canyon, quite literally altering the “atmosphere” of the dining experience.
5. Artist Turns Scrap Metal Into Animals [ check it here ]
Great sculptures by JK Brown – he turns scrap metal into animals.
4. Lagoon Tables Created By Merging Resin With Cut Travertine Marble [ check it here ]
Designer Alexandre Chapelin of LA Table designed this intriguing series of three tables he refers to as Lagoon Tables. Each table is formed from a carved travertine base to which he adheres a special resin that forms volumes of water that appear to slice through each piece.
3. “Air Bonsai” – Floating Bonsai Trees [ check it here ]
Japanese designers at The Hoshinchu Team, have created a bonsai named “Air Bonsai”, that appears to magically float above its base. Made from a handcrafted Japanese porcelain, the base or bottom half is “energy base”, with the floating ball being the top half or “little star.”
2. Fully Functioning 3D Printed Stainless Steel Bike [ check it here ]
A team of students from the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, have designed and produced a fully functioning 3D printed stainless steel bike. The project took three months to complete, working together with MX3D in Amsterdam, to print the bike using multi axis robotic arms as 3D printers. The bicycle named Arc, was designed as part of a research project at the Industrial Design Engineering faculty, that looks into the viability of metal 3D printing using a welding machine.
1. Surreal Ceramics That Look Like Wood [ check it here ]
And the most popular post of 2016. Sculptor Christopher David White is known for his ceramic creations that double as fantastic optical illusions. It’s hard to believe the hyper realistic pieces are made of clay, as they resemble knotty wood and dilapidated cardboard. These visual effects demonstrate incredible artistic skill, and White utilizes multiple hand-construction methods—such as modeling, molding, and casting – in order to produce the incredible textures that make his sculptures so confounding.