This micro-shelter was designed by a perennial houseguest who wanted to give travellers a little more control over their surroundings.
Bezalel student Tamir Niv prototypes a tool to help clear rubble and save people trapped underneath.
One clever designer crafted furniture from the workbench components generally used to craft furniture.
Dutch designer Debbie Wijskamp reconstitutes powdered rubber and shapes it into otherworldly objects.
Victor Vetterlein uses a wood and carbon fiber lamination process, commonly used to make decks, to build a superstrong chair.
Following up on his gravity stool, Jólan van der Wiel applies his innovative production technique to smaller objects.
Who wants some flattened Swedish meatballs?
Forget solar panels and wind power. This desk is powered by your everyday activities at the office.
What if we reimagined annoying traffic as a grand musical score?