on 28th May 2008 | 3 Comments »
It seems we haven’t shown you the fanciest Foosball table ever made yet : designers are greatly inspired by the luxury foosball table and can’t stop inventing new ones.
until we saw the Teckell Collection 2008, exquisite creations made of sparkling crystal, and populated with shiny aluminum players.
Teckell Collection foosball tables, created by Adriano Design, are characterized by their transparent surfaces as well as their innovative shapes and sizes.
They are available in different editions with all featuring a crystal frame with gleaming aluminum players, thereby enabling them to take the honor of world’s most expensive foosball tables ever produced.
Albeit there is no word disclosed about the pricing of this product as the design company chooses to be tightlipped for now.
on 20th May 2008 | No Comments »
Those of you tired of playing pool on conventional wooden table shall try their luck on this No.6 Sculpted Steel Billiard Table from Carbon Studio. Priced at $27,000, this innovative table is designed and handcrafted developed by Colorado sculptor Daniel Romano.
It features a hot rolled steel finish that comes with refined edges, hand structured metal pockets with rubber liners standing on steel legs.
on 2nd May 2008 | No Comments »
Lovers of contemporary design who nevertheless harbor beneath their streamed lines a fondness for tradition will find this innovative billiard table the perfect postmodern twist on that time-honored centerpiece of the well-appointed game room.
A 21st-century interpretation of that centuries-old staple, Monarch Billiards’ Cherry Hill Table is a stunning composition of brushed and polished stainless steel, African teak wood, and leather that not only imbues its surroundings with an air of elegance and dynamic energy, but provides hours of entertainment for guests and hosts alike.
One of the table’s most striking features (and its most challenging, from an engineering standpoint) is its pyramid-shaped base.
you can order it on robbreport
on 7th March 2008 | 1 Comment »
Babolat, one of the leading manufacturers of tennis products, announces the launch of the new EA7 Emporio Armani tennis racquet, marking the first time that Babolat has entered the world of sport fashion.
Babolat developed the exclusive new EA7 tennis racquet for Emporio Armani 7, the sports technology brand of Giorgio Armani. Branded the Emporio Armani by Babolat, the EA7 racquet is the perfect marriage of key technologies from Babolat, French specialist in tennis technologies and exceptional design from Emporio Armani, world famous Italian fashion designer.
These industry leaders have combined their know-how into this prestigious tennis racquet resulting in the perfect balance of fashion and performance. This is the first time Babolat has entered this luxury market.
The EA7 Emporio Armani tennis racquet by Babolat is now available exclusively at Emporio Armani shops.
on 21st February 2008 | No Comments »
China has officially taken the wrapping off its National Aqautics Center, nicknamed the “Water Cube”, which resembles a gigantic box of bubble-wrap.
Designed by a joint Chinese-Australian consortium, the center is one of two iconic structures constructed for the Beijing Olympics this year.
It stands alongside the 91,000 seater National Stadium, more affectionately known as “Bird’s Nest”.
Work on the Water Cube began at the end of 2003 at an estimated cost of US$100 million, and took three years to complete.