Interior Design Bathroom Egg Shower [PICS]

Interior Design Bathroom Egg Shower : The proteins in an egg can do wonders for your skin, but how about taking a shower in one? I’m talking about the egg-shaped shaped Cocoon Shower Stall that literally cocoons you once you shut all the glass slides. The usual spa features seen in such kinda stalls are included, but to spell them out: shower, bathtub, hydro massage (Jacuzzi) & mood lighting are there. The rain-showerhead is plum in the center of the ceiling, but I’d much rather use this for the hydra therapies!




41 Modern Dining Room Designs [PICS]

One of the biggest problems with dining rooms is that they are often neglected just because they are such a trek from the kitchen.

Most often, formal dining areas are in a separate room, while informal dining areas are more commonly out in the open—frequently attached to the living room, family room, or kitchen.

Dining Room Furniture should be inspired by a sense of grandeur, impression, and elegance. To truly make a dining room formal, you need to pay attention to details from the window treatments down to the place mats.


C. F. Møller designed Innovation building completes

Teaching and entrepreneur start-up office facilities side by side - that's the philosophy behind the distinctive extension to the existing 1970's structure of the University College Vitus Bering Denmark in Horsens. The new Innovation building is designed to sit on a brick base, which is a direct continuation of the existing complex' architecture, but from there on it is distinctly different and unique.

The 8,000 sq m building's dynamic and innovative character is expressed via its spiral shape. On the facades, the movement is seen in the glazing strips that stretch diagonally towards the sky across the six storeys of the building and create the impression of a spiral sequence, while internally it is expressed via the main staircase in green fibre cement, which runs in a spiral form between the storeys in the unifying internal atrium. The inclined forms of the building also have the practical advantage of allowing a necessary fire escape route to be cut through the building.

The basic floor plan of the building is a simple and flexible layout, to allow the integration of numerous uses and adaptations. The large and dynamic green stairway element leads to common meeting facilities and a roof terrace with a beautiful view of the Horsens Fjord. The stairs land in a different position on each level, thus activating the entire atrium as the central hub of the building. The atrium is covered by a dynamic, diagonally split roof-plane with circular skylights, of which one half forms the common roof terrace.

The Vitus Bering Innovation Park is one of the first office complexes in Denmark to be classified as low-energy class 1, which means that its energy efficiency is twice that of the minimum required by the Danish building regulations. The low level of energy consumption is achieved through such factors as highly insulating windows and extra insulation on all of the building's external surfaces. Another feature is the building's intelligent air conditioning system, which adjusts itself according to the number of people present in each individual room.