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The Japanese regional railway JR Kyushu has become the first company in Japan to build a luxury sleeper cruise train, spending close to 3 billion yen (US$29.9 million). The Seven Stars cruise train comes equipped with the latest motion control technology, 14 luxury guest rooms, two deluxe suites, three presidential suites, a lounge car, dining car and bar.  Read More

Picchio Boat is a luxury catamaran concept which boasts a glass-bottom master bedroom Dubbed Picchio Boat (Woodpecker Boat), this luxury catamaran concept from yacht designer Christian Grande boasts large living zones, luxury furnishings and a stunning glass-bottom master bedroom.  Read More

Young designer Adrian Perez Zapata from Colombia, won this year's competition with his aut...

Fancy coming home to find a swarm of flying mini robots doing your cleaning? That's the futuristic picture of domestic bliss envisioned by young Colombian designer Adrian Perez Zapata, whose Mab concept has trumped over 1,700 entries from 60 countries to win this year's Electrolux Design Lab competition. Here's a look at Mab and the other seven finalists for 2013.  Read More

 2,000 shipping containers are planned to be transformed into water purifying stations

Joining forces with engineering firm Deka R&D, Coca-Cola has launched a project which will see the transformation of approximately 2,000 shipping containers into water purifying stations. Dubbed Ekocenter, the shipping container module has been designed to provide isolated and developing communities with facilities to produce safe drinking water, as well as access to wireless internet technology and solar powered charging.  Read More

Breathing new life into what was once a classic utility vehicle, Chinese auto manufacturer... Chinese auto manufacturer Chery Motors is bringing back the Moke. The new version designed by Michael Young retains many of the original design features in addition to updated mechanics and safety provisions.  Read More

Arctia Shipping Ltd has moved its headquarters into a floating office building in Helsinki

Finnish icebreaker company Arctia Shipping Ltd has moved its headquarters closer to the waters, so close in fact that its new office building floats in the Helsinki harbor. Designed by K2S Architects, the 950 square meter (10,225 sq ft) floating office was built in a shipping yard in the west of Finland before being towed to its new home at Meriksarmi Pier.  Read More

The Tree Snake House snakes it way through the tree tops Tree Snake Houses by RA Architectural and Design Studio is the latest in a long line of innovative treehouses that we've covered at Gizmag. Located at the Pedras Salgadas Spa and Nature Park in the north of Portugal, the pair of houses snake their way through the tree tops, offering simple and private accommodation.  Read More

Stanislav Sabo must be a tea lover as he's created a portable electric kettle concept whic... A foldable kettle might not be what you would call a life changing gadget but it could however be a great travel companion for tea lovers. Independent industrial designer, Stanislav Sabo must be one of those tea lovers as he's created a portable electric kettle concept which in his words is small enough to "put in the back pocket of your trousers". Dubbed Novel, the foldable kettle is made from a unique heatproof plastic which is lined with 100 percent silicone.  Read More

GDS Architects has received the green light for its award winning 450 meter (1,476 ft) hig...

Korean architectural studio GDS Architects has received the green light for its award winning 450 meter high Tower Infinity design. To be built near the Incheon International Airport just outside of Seoul, Tower Infinity will become the "world's first invisible tower" and third highest observation deck.  Read More

 British industrial designer, Benjamin Hubert has created 'the world’s lightest timber tab...

British industrial designer Benjamin Hubert has created what is claimed to be the world’s lightest timber table. Dubbed Ripple, the two and half meter long table is made from 0.8mm thick Canadian Spruce aircraft plywood and weighs in at an incredible 9 kilograms.  Read More

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