A lounge made entirely out of chocolate unveiled in Minsk, Russia
Sculptor Elena Kliment used over 600kg of chocolate to make the lounge
- Sculptor Elena Kliment used over 600kg of chocolate to make the lounge
- The room features chocolate chairs, a table, a fireplace and a flower pot
- It took two months to prepare and two weeks of work to transform the chocolate into furniture and home decorations
The world of home furnishings just got a whole lot tastier.A lounge made entirely out of chocolate has been unveiled in a shopping centre in Minsk, Belarus.All of the items in the 20sq m room are made of the tasty treat.
People stand outside shipping containers serving as their accommodation, as a car passes through a street, in Shanghai March 4, 2013. The containers, which house different families, were set up by the landlord, who charges a rent of 500 yuan ($ 80) per month for each container.
People stand outside shipping containers serving as their accommodation, in Shanghai March 4, 2013.
Meet Mrs Bilbo Baggins: Oxford graduate quit mainstream society to live a hobbit-style existence in mud hut in the Welsh hills
- Emma Orbach, 58, has shunned society, living in a mudhut she built herself
- The Oxford graduate named her home Tir Ysbrydol, which means ‘spirit land’ in Welsh, where she has banned technology
- She fetches water from a stream and keeps three goats, seven chickens and two horses
Her straw and mud hut looks more suited to Bilbo Baggins.
But unlike the wandering hobbit, Oxford University graduate Emma Orbach is staying firmly put.
The 58-year-old has spent the past 13 years living with no electricity in her self-built roundhouse, generating her own power and growing her own food.
Feel like you need to get away from it all, but don’t have time to go anywhere?
Swiss designers have invented a human-sized bubble, described as a ‘place of retreat’ for people who want a bit of peace but don’t want to be completely out of touch.
The transparent globes made by Swiss designers Micasa Lab can be used in a room, outside, attached to the ceiling – or even put in water. A net enables it to be hung in trees, on buildings, or in a cluster of other cocoons.
The landlord of this six-storey building divided the building up into 55 capsules.
For these young professionals fitting into the modern age in China means fitting into a capsule home with an average floor space of just 4.5 metres square.
The residents in a building in Wuhan city, Hubei Province in China have their bathroom, kitchen and beds all in that one room, often sharing their living space with at least one other person.
With high rents and low wages in the city, people are struggling to find places they can afford to live, driving them to live in the shoebox ‘capsule’ homes.
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