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Developed in response to the pandemic and the myriad ways in which it has changed our lives, four projects address our need for sociality and sustainability.
Inspired by the pufferfish, Fred Erik’s Sufficient Space suits warns the wearer’s bystanders with an acoustic signal when they come too close.
Challenged by Frame to address occupancy obstacles, designer Paulino Poveda shows the potential of a smart, modular flooring system.
Berlin – Martin Binder and Claudio Rimmele developed Rimbim, a concept for an infection-free playground that provokes change in how the recreational spaces are conceived.
Dubai – Dubai practice MEAN* used a variety of USM products to develop a conceptual office and living space that can be set up in an empty area, accommodating a multiplicity of …
Barcelona – Working with innovation and product development experts at Spain's premiere train maker Talgo, IED Barcelona design students create rail concepts that could put mass …
By embedding the soothing power of nature into the world of business, Anna Sitnikova relieves tension among office workers.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Erez Nevi Pana makes a meditation mask with materials from the Dead Sea.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Amelie Goldfuss presents a pet-like device in need of rest to the smartphone-addicted.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Allison Crank turns VR into virtual recovery.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Carolien Niebling suggests all-natural chewables to release tension.
Five designers and creators present their ideas for the vehicle of the future: Penny Webb dreams up a sonically responsive material that reshapes car acoustics.
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