The company’s innovation lab worked with marathoner Sarah Reinertsen to fill a market that’s ordinarily too small to attract serious R&D.
Why remake it in a less sustainable material? Because that’s how the company would have done it if the right technology had existed in the first place.
Wait, does that say "20020"?! Design FAAIL!
The Green Solution House, a hotel and conference center slated for the Danish island of Bornholm, will be an evolving experiment that reflects "the highest level of sustainable development” possible.
"Bâtiment (Building)" uses simple mirrors instead of digital trickery to create a vertigo-inducing illusion.
With the help of built-in sensors and phase change material, of course.
There was something of the occult in the way people talked about plywood. Take the Eameses, who called their plywood-molding apparatus the “Kazam!” machine or the “magic box.”
Determining whether an idea is newsworthy helps you formulate the story you want to tell from the outset, writes Paddy Harrington of Bruce Mau Design.
The Brooklyn-based design studio Hyperakt schools teachers on honing their image through branding.