If Elon Musk ever gets his wish to colonize Mars, he just might tap Zyva Studio’s Anthony Authié and Charlotte Taylor to bring legendary mid-century L.A. architect John Lautner’s futuristic dwellings to life. This pink rock-embedded, octagonal domicile is known as the Neo-Chemosphere. The white resin interior is bright and airy, and the living space is modern and generous. The 360-degree views are provided by huge wraparound windows and large circular skylights, and privacy is ensured by its remote location that looks like it’s only accessible by helicopter, 4×4, or parachute. It also appears that providing utilities to the location could be a significant hurdle as a sacrifice for the sheer coolness factor.
Design That Works: Oakywood’s Commitment to Functionality and Sustainability
With carbon-neutral shipping and a focus on personalized gifting through their 3D Configurator, Oakywood products embody mindful choices for both individuals and the planet.
It’s Time to Upgrade Your Morning Coffee Routine with KUKU Maker
This machine redefines brewing, employing cutting-edge circular extraction and centrifugal force to masterfully control temperature, pressure, and time (read as: your morning coffee will be perfect every time).