Elle Brazil’s take on Art

Elle Brazil is paying tribute to art history in five covers for its special December 2017 issue. The Magazine has drawn inspiration from Botticelli’s Birth of Venus, Munch’s The Scream, Klimt’s The Kiss, Vinci’s Mona Lisa & Hockney’s Joiners to re-enact the 5 well known works using Brazilian celebrities. Source : designtaxi

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Ecocapsule – futuristic vibe

The tiny home trend is entering new territory, both in terms of style and sustainability, thanks to Ecocapsule, a compact, environmentally-friendly portable house. According to Bored Panda, the Ecocapsule, which will be available in 2016, will allow users to live off the grid for up to a year, anywhere in the world.

The homes have a futuristic vibe, with their silver exterior and rounded shape, and are designed to be completely self sufficient with their solar panels and a retractable wind turbines. Ecocapsules also collect rain water, making the homes’ running water a possibility.

At approximately 86-square-feet, each Ecocapsule is designed with enough space to sleep two people.

source : elledecor.com

http://www.elledecor.com/life-culture/fun-at-home/news/a7344/stylish-tiny-wind-and-solar-powered-homes/

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