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From the luxuriously appointed shipyard and stylish design center of the Italian Sea Group comes a fitting beauty, the Admiral Classique 35 motor yacht Foam.
TETRARC have designed HUB CREATIC, a building located in Nantes, France, that is dedicated to young companies developing new digital applications.
Apple is building in Cupertino its new and impressive Campus 2 under the direction of Foster & Partners architecture firm. The video gives a great insight and behind the scenes look at the planning of the new Campus 2 by both Apple and its architect Norman Foster.
Future owners of BMW’s i8 plug-in hybrid sports car will be a discerning bunch. Rather than opting for the obvious Porsche 911, they’ll have bought into a progressive, innovative vehicle which plays as much on economical gains as it does outright performance.
With the introduction of the new range of smart watches, gadget lovers the world over are celebrating their arrival. One of the most comprehensive of these in terms of usability and unique features is the Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch, an accessory to the Samsung Galaxy Smartphone.
Following the presentation of the BMW concept car at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, the iconic brand has launched its very first entirely electric car under its BMW i sub-brand, the BMW i3. T This highly efficient four seater lightweight car incorporates some of the features of the concept version on the bodywork...
The iconic Royal Enfield bikes have been on the road for more than a century, these days however, they are rarely seen outside of India where they are still a popular means of two wheeled transportation.
To mark the 50th Anniversary of their iconic luxury automobile brand, Lamborghini introduced the ‘Egoista’ concept car, designed by the head of design at the VW group, Walter da Silva, at the Grande d’Italia in Sant’Agata, Bolognese.
As his first foray into the world of automobile design, innovative Welsh designer teamed up with the French firm of Renault to produce the high-concept Twin‘Z city car. Released at the Salone del Mobile, an unlikely venue for an automobile, the car was presented as a design project more suitable for this audience rather than the average car lover.
One of the smallest convertible cars ever produced is the 1957 Messerschmitt KR 201 Roadster. Built by the aircraft manufacturer of the same name, in the frugal era of post-war Europe, this little gem, which boasts 87 mpg, in its heyday broke all speed records of its class in every trial.