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Rolls Royce rolls out Wraith Luggage Collection for affluent travelers

The Wraith Luggage Collection from Rolls-Royce

Rolls Royce, renowned British car-manufacturing company is complementing its fastest and most powerful car, the Rolls Royce Wraith in its own luxurious style. The brand has introduced the Wraith Luggage Collection which consists of six stylish pieces that comprises two Grand Tourer valises, three Long Weekender bags and one Garment Carrier. The collection is designed to be housed in the luggage compartment of a Rolls Royce Wraith. Each piece of the set is carefully considered to reflect the unparalleled design aesthetics of Rolls Royce motor cars.

Eat, breath and sleep in Iron Maiden ‘The Trooper’ tent

Iron Maiden The Trooper Tent

Iron Maiden top the charts not only in music, but everything they do. Be it their signature beer custom headphones or touring vehicle – everything carries their unique metal style. Although some of these products are not very good, but who cares they’ve got numerous fans who are ready to buy anything they sell. Now for music festival goers, the heavy metal band has come up with the coolest ‘The Trooper’ tent.

Japan’s invisible train camouflage into surrounding landscape

Japan's Invisible Train by Kazuyo Sejima for Seibu Group

Japan has already created speedy bullet trains that move so fast that one cannot see them while moving. But the all-new Invisible Train by award-winning architect Kazuyo Sejima (recipient of the Pritzker, i.e. Nobel Prize of architecture) is meant to camouflage into surrounding, when it’s speeding across Japanese countryside. The commuter train uses semi-reflective and semi-transparent materials that create illusion of invisibility whether the train is standing still or moving.

Starlight Room on skis lets you sleep beneath the Milky Way

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Although it’s not easy to reach this glass-encased cabin in the Alps, but people who succeed are surely going to get an unforgettable experience, while lying under the Milky Way. Located at an altitude of 2,055-meters on snow-capped Dolomite Mountains, the Starlight Room has been installed for adventure seekers by Raniero Campigotto, the owner of the popular mountain lodge Rifugio Col Gallina.

Studio 106’s mobile caravan office takes work outdoors

Studio 106’s mobile caravan office

Taking work out of office into open landscape, New Zealand-based architecture and design firm Studio 106 has turned a retro mobile caravan into a portable office unit. #GoneMobile caravan is a vehicle with interior designed as a typical office workspace. The office space fits inside the caravan’s open concept layout, allowing the users to set up their personal office anywhere they desire.

Homegrown Trailers boasts sustainable design with homely comfort

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Do you like hitting the road, but with the comfort of home? If yes, then towing a camping trailer is certainly the best option for you. But instead of camping and traveling in conventional trailers, why don’t you opt for environmentally-conscious RVs? For environmental enthusiasts and camping lovers, the folks at Homegrown Trailers have come up with a sustainable wood panel camper that’s made completely out of natural materials. This way this spherical camper aims at reducing carbon footprint, while offering you comfort of your home on-the-go.

KarTent: Disposable tent withstands three days of constant rain

KarTent Cardboard Tent

If you’re a regular music festival goer, then you may have seen people (or probably you’re equally guilty of) leaving the temporary tent behind after the event. This leads to huge amount of wastage- as the ditched tents are destined for landfills. To combat the problem, Dutch start-up company KarTent has found a 100-percent recyclable solution in form of a cardboard tent. But wait, can this cardboard shelter survive in a rainy day?

3-in-1 shelter turns from coat to tent/sleeping bag in seconds

3-in-1 Syrian Refugee Wearable Shelter

To provide a convenient emergency gear to Syrian refugees, a group of design students from London’s Royal College of Art has recently unveiled a prototype wearable shelter that combines the use of clothing and shelter in one simple design. This is basically a 3-in-1 shelter that can transform from a jacket to a tent or a sleeping bag in mere seconds. Hence, offers cheap and sustainable solution to people bombarded by disasters.

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