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30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

1. A Glass Walled-In Bridge

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

2. A Kitchen That Is Basically A Sunroom

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

3. A Waterfall-Divided Floating Living Room

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

4. A Fireplace In Your Infinity Pool

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

6. A Glass-Encased Reading Nook

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

7. A Backyard Micro-Cabin

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

8. Enormous Turnstile Doors

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

9. A Wine Cave

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

10. A Beach-Style Bar For Your Screened-In Porch

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

11. A Glass Tub

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

12. The Ultimate Snack Closet

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

13. A Snack Closet Bigger Than Your Current Bedroom

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

14. A Starry Night Bedroom

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

15. A Swim-Up Bar

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

16. An Underground Parking Driveway

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

17. A Porthole Laundry Chute

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home



18. A Wrap-Around Balcony

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home


19. A 360-Degree View

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

20. A Swarovsky Crystal-Encrusted Staircase

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

21. A Rooftop Slide Into Your Penthouse

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

22. A Slide All The Way To The Outside

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

23. A Bowling Alley In The Basement

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

24. An Attic Bedroom With Epic Arches

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

25. A Kitchen Island That Is Also A Secret Passageway

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

26. A Stream That Runs Through The Hallway

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

27. A Seamlessly Integrated Shower

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

28. A Reading Net

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

29. Not Just One Skylight, But Like, Twenty

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

30. An Aquarium Windowseat

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home


30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

Album photos Collection N#425

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

1. A Glass Walled-In Bridge

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

2. A Kitchen That Is Basically A Sunroom

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

3. A Waterfall-Divided Floating Living Room

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

4. A Fireplace In Your Infinity Pool

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

6. A Glass-Encased Reading Nook

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

7. A Backyard Micro-Cabin

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

8. Enormous Turnstile Doors

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

9. A Wine Cave

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

10. A Beach-Style Bar For Your Screened-In Porch

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

11. A Glass Tub

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

12. The Ultimate Snack Closet

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

13. A Snack Closet Bigger Than Your Current Bedroom

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

14. A Starry Night Bedroom

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

15. A Swim-Up Bar

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

16. An Underground Parking Driveway

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

17. A Porthole Laundry Chute

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home



18. A Wrap-Around Balcony

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home


19. A 360-Degree View

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

20. A Swarovsky Crystal-Encrusted Staircase

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

21. A Rooftop Slide Into Your Penthouse

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

22. A Slide All The Way To The Outside

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

23. A Bowling Alley In The Basement

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

24. An Attic Bedroom With Epic Arches

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

25. A Kitchen Island That Is Also A Secret Passageway

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

26. A Stream That Runs Through The Hallway

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

27. A Seamlessly Integrated Shower

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

28. A Reading Net

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

29. Not Just One Skylight, But Like, Twenty

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home

30. An Aquarium Windowseat

30 Remodeling Ideas You Obviously Need In Your Future Home



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The Designer of the Ferrari F80 Concept Opens Up on His Internet Sensation


1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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With car concepts constantly being released from major marques, it is unlikely for one created as a college project to raise any eyebrows—unless it is for the next generation of Ferrari with looks that are nothing short of ferocious. In 2014, Adriano Raeli did just that, and his renderings continue to go viral across the Internet. RobbReport.com spoke with the 28-year-old automotive designer about his envisioned Ferrari F80—a vehicle that takes the hyperbole out of hypercar.

What is your design background?

I have basically been sketching cars since I was very little and would draw them on anything—once on the back of a math test. My father, who is an architect and painter, definitely had an influence on me growing up and so I decided to study transportation design at ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, Calif. While there, I did an internship with Pagani in Italy and, upon graduation, started working at the Kia Design Center, where I have been employed for almost two years.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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Why were you inspired to design the Ferrari F80 Raeli concept?

I was in independent studies at ArtCenter and chose this to be my thesis project. I wanted to create something striking before graduation, and what better way than to come up with a hypercar concept. Enzo Ferrari had always been a great inspiration for me, and I wanted to pay tribute to this great idol of the automotive world. My goal was to design a car that would be up to his standards as well as those of Pininfarina, which I have also always admired. I truly wanted the project to express my inner passion for the automotive arts.

What were some of your influences for the design?

I believe jet fighters are always a great influence for hypercars. I know it may sound cliché as an inspiration but it all depends on your own unique interpretation and how you incorporate other elements—such as airflow, human anatomy, even music—to the idea. The most advanced technological breakthroughs are usually in aeronautics, and therefore my attention goes straight to that and how it can translate to cars—after all, Jay Leno put a turbine in one of his vehicles, so anything is possible.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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What were your ideas for the chassis and body construction?

For the chassis, I imagined carbon-fiber monocoque construction that merges building techniques found in Formula 1 with those used in supercar production. The body could be carbon fiber as well, but there are new materials being developed. For example, a couple of years back, Pagani was just starting to use a proprietary combination called “carbotanium,” which comprised a carbon-fiber weave interlaced with platinum-coated titanium in order to keep the car intact in the case of impact. Carbon fiber alone has a tendency to shatter.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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What are some of the aerodynamic features you incorporated?

The one thing that I wanted to make sure the car had was a center fuselage with the wheels housed separately for enhanced airflow and intake. The tunnels that run between the body and wheel housing is a concept you see in designs for Le Mans but perhaps not as pronounced as I have envisioned them. The reason for this feature is to minimize the surface area at the front of the car and keep the center as tight as possible while allowing maximum airflow. This also permits an aesthetic feature to come into play as the A-arms become visible through the tunnels. Also adapted from Formula 1 is how the air intakes for the radiator are forward on the sides of the cabin. In most production supercars the intakes are located toward the rear, which is not as visually appealing, in my opinion.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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What would be the performance specs of the car?

As it is very conceptual, the specs I imagined at the time of design were perhaps a little too high: say, a top speed of 300 mph. Despite a lot of people criticizing designers as always coming up with numbers and not being knowledgeable about engineering, the reality is that we have to work very closely with engineers toward reaching a common goal. When the Ferrari F40 came out, it actually was the first production car to hit a record-breaking 186.4 mph which, for the time, was quite remarkable. I didn’t specify a year for the concept, so perhaps in 2020 we would be getting close to certain speeds not reached today. High design can motivate engineering that exceeds expectations.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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Any innovative elements for the interior?

The interior is primarily composed of two staggered Formula 1 seating positions, and the rest is very minimal in order to follow the nature of that race-category’s specifications.

Is Ferrari aware of your concept?

I sent my portfolio to both Pininfarina and Ferrari but have not received any official reaction. I have a friend who works for the marque and I occasionally bug him about it. The concept has gone viral so many times online that I’m sure they have seen it and will contact me if they want to—but I’m still waiting for that.


1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept

Album photos Collection N#378

 

The Designer of the Ferrari F80 Concept Opens Up on His Internet Sensation


1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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With car concepts constantly being released from major marques, it is unlikely for one created as a college project to raise any eyebrows—unless it is for the next generation of Ferrari with looks that are nothing short of ferocious. In 2014, Adriano Raeli did just that, and his renderings continue to go viral across the Internet. RobbReport.com spoke with the 28-year-old automotive designer about his envisioned Ferrari F80—a vehicle that takes the hyperbole out of hypercar.

What is your design background?

I have basically been sketching cars since I was very little and would draw them on anything—once on the back of a math test. My father, who is an architect and painter, definitely had an influence on me growing up and so I decided to study transportation design at ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, Calif. While there, I did an internship with Pagani in Italy and, upon graduation, started working at the Kia Design Center, where I have been employed for almost two years.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept - Image N#3

Why were you inspired to design the Ferrari F80 Raeli concept?

I was in independent studies at ArtCenter and chose this to be my thesis project. I wanted to create something striking before graduation, and what better way than to come up with a hypercar concept. Enzo Ferrari had always been a great inspiration for me, and I wanted to pay tribute to this great idol of the automotive world. My goal was to design a car that would be up to his standards as well as those of Pininfarina, which I have also always admired. I truly wanted the project to express my inner passion for the automotive arts.

What were some of your influences for the design?

I believe jet fighters are always a great influence for hypercars. I know it may sound cliché as an inspiration but it all depends on your own unique interpretation and how you incorporate other elements—such as airflow, human anatomy, even music—to the idea. The most advanced technological breakthroughs are usually in aeronautics, and therefore my attention goes straight to that and how it can translate to cars—after all, Jay Leno put a turbine in one of his vehicles, so anything is possible.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept - Image N#5

What were your ideas for the chassis and body construction?

For the chassis, I imagined carbon-fiber monocoque construction that merges building techniques found in Formula 1 with those used in supercar production. The body could be carbon fiber as well, but there are new materials being developed. For example, a couple of years back, Pagani was just starting to use a proprietary combination called “carbotanium,” which comprised a carbon-fiber weave interlaced with platinum-coated titanium in order to keep the car intact in the case of impact. Carbon fiber alone has a tendency to shatter.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept - Image N#7

What are some of the aerodynamic features you incorporated?

The one thing that I wanted to make sure the car had was a center fuselage with the wheels housed separately for enhanced airflow and intake. The tunnels that run between the body and wheel housing is a concept you see in designs for Le Mans but perhaps not as pronounced as I have envisioned them. The reason for this feature is to minimize the surface area at the front of the car and keep the center as tight as possible while allowing maximum airflow. This also permits an aesthetic feature to come into play as the A-arms become visible through the tunnels. Also adapted from Formula 1 is how the air intakes for the radiator are forward on the sides of the cabin. In most production supercars the intakes are located toward the rear, which is not as visually appealing, in my opinion.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept - Image N#9

What would be the performance specs of the car?

As it is very conceptual, the specs I imagined at the time of design were perhaps a little too high: say, a top speed of 300 mph. Despite a lot of people criticizing designers as always coming up with numbers and not being knowledgeable about engineering, the reality is that we have to work very closely with engineers toward reaching a common goal. When the Ferrari F40 came out, it actually was the first production car to hit a record-breaking 186.4 mph which, for the time, was quite remarkable. I didn’t specify a year for the concept, so perhaps in 2020 we would be getting close to certain speeds not reached today. High design can motivate engineering that exceeds expectations.

1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept - Image N#10

Any innovative elements for the interior?

The interior is primarily composed of two staggered Formula 1 seating positions, and the rest is very minimal in order to follow the nature of that race-category’s specifications.

Is Ferrari aware of your concept?

I sent my portfolio to both Pininfarina and Ferrari but have not received any official reaction. I have a friend who works for the marque and I occasionally bug him about it. The concept has gone viral so many times online that I’m sure they have seen it and will contact me if they want to—but I’m still waiting for that.


1,200 Horsepower 2015 Ferrari F80 Prancing Pony Concept
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Album photos Collection N#341

Dublin-based Stanislava Korobkova collects tiny pieces of nature, dried leaves and petals, that she encases in elegant silver frames before turning them into beautiful vintage style pendants. A poetic handmade work, to discover for sale on Etsy.


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Artworks, A Nature Vintage-Style Pendants

Album photos Collection N#341

Dublin-based Stanislava Korobkova collects tiny pieces of nature, dried leaves and petals, that she encases in elegant silver frames before turning them into beautiful vintage style pendants. A poetic handmade work, to discover for sale on Etsy.


Artworks, A Nature Vintage-Style Pendants
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