Dyson Airblade Explained

Dyson Airblade Explained

[youtube width=”640″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xALoAQ-5xcI[/youtube] Trust Dyson to solve small, annoying problems with a gratuitous amount of engineering and lasers. The new Dyson Airblade Tap blasts air through 0.8mm slots after washing your hands so you don’t endure the embarrassment and hardship of dripping water on the floor. Also, in a move we hope other PR teams are noticing, Dyson is answering any non-insane question posed by

Lofts for Bookworms

Lofts for Bookworms

This pre-war townhouse in Rotterdam has been designed around a single oversized closet/bookshelf connecting all floors. Measuring 10 meters high and 9 meters long, it takes the place of the load-bearing middle wall of the original house. Check it out: Suffice it to say, whoever owns this place doesn’t have to worry about disappointing any ardent and amorous John Waters

Go-Go-Gadget Apartment!

Go-Go-Gadget Apartment!

When it comes to making the most of small dwellings (like, say, Treehugger.com editor and Canadian ex-pat, Graham Hill’s 420 sq ft Soho studio), modular furniture, floor-to-ceiling storage and a few smart design choices can seriously increase your usable space. The only downside is spending a lot of time rearranging your walls and explaining to guests that the “privacy room” is

The House that Wayne Built

The House that Wayne Built

Speaking of unattainable real estate… If the Leibohouse is too rich for your blood, this Thousand Oaks, Calif. mansion built by Wayne Gretzky and once owned by Lenny Dykstra is a steal at $14,995,000. For less than half the price of Annie’s pad, you get an extra 3,000 sq feet and the privilege of living in a gated community stuffed

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