This door within a door was designed with little ones in mind. Commercial-grade doors at restaurants and other public places are heavy and close automatically. A child is no match.
This smaller door is a great solution. Kids love kid-centric designs just for them. Pet doors have been popular for a long time. Finally, one for kids.
He’s Got the Whole Bridge in His Hands
This is an actual bridge seemingly held up by the enormous hands of God. It’s called the Golden Bridge and it’s located in Vietnam. The long footbridge overlooks an expansive view of the hills of Bà Nà. It’s propped upon Chua Mountain and leads to a French village with vast gardens and an ancient wine cellar.
The land was originally claimed by the French military. At the other end, it is linked to the world’s longest cable car gondola line.
The best designs are sometimes the simplest, yet wholly unique and original. For instance, why had no one thought of this before? In all the years since toilet paper was invented, this porcelain rest for a roll of tissue never occurred.
Instead of fumbling with the little squeeze bar and dropping the roll on the floor, this design is streamlined. Just set the roll in the holder and it’s done.
Much in the way that speed detectors clock and display our speed, this gadget clocks noise levels in a library. Who thinks of this? The Noise Guide takes up space and electricity. Is this over the top? What happens when it gets to the red level?
Perhaps a siren goes off. Or maybe an official-sounding digital voice announces that the noise level has reached unacceptable levels. Shush!
A Street Lamp with a Helpful Hand
Whether it’s rain, snow, or sun, this streetlight comes in handy. Offering more than just light, it is modeled after one of Coquitlam’s artsy park bench installations in British Columbia. The bench faces a view of a pretty view, an inviting scene from any angle.
This example of smart art is found overlooking Lafarge Lake.