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Bridget Borgobello

Bridget Borgobello

Bridget is an experienced freelance writer, presenter and performer with a keen eye for innovative design and a passion for green technology. Australian born, Bridget currently resides in Rome and when not scribbling for Gizmag, she spends her time developing new web series content and independent cinema.

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— Around The Home

Swarming robot cleaner concept wins Design Lab 2013

By - October 20, 2013 31 Pictures
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
— Environment

Shipping container conversion provides clean water in developing countries

By - October 16, 2013 10 Pictures
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

Sustainable 'Tree Snake Houses' completed in Portugal

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

Novel kettle folds flat to slide into your back pocket

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
— Architecture

22 year old builds a human-powered bicycle "elevator"

By - September 18, 2013 25 Pictures
Ethan Schlussler, 22, from Sandpoint, Idaho has built his very own human powered elevator as a means to gain access to his recently constructed treehouse. Schlussler came up with the idea of converting an old bicycle and pulley system into an elevator when he was searching for a faster alternative to using a ladder to get up to his 28 foot (8.5 meter) high abode. Read More
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