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Catania, Italy – Tasmania, a piece designed by Leopold Banchini for DiSé's Domestic Monuments collection, re-envisions the act of sitting.
New York City – The American firm's first place proposal is a conceptual habitat for humans that could be 3D-printed from indigenous Martian material using autonomous robotics.
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 and creators present their ideas for the vehicle of the future: Penny Webb dreams up a sonically responsive material that reshapes car acoustics.
Five designers and creators present their ideas for the vehicle of the future: approaching the body as a mode of transport, Vera de Pont contemplates smart shoes for pedestrians.
Maya Pindeus' talent to bridge the gap between human nature and technology makes for an interesting answer to the Frame Challenge.
FRANCE – Going past the point of mere admiration and infatuation, the architects design a residence where the car is fully-integrated in the day-to-day occupations of its inhabitants.
BLAAVAND – The Tirpitz bunker is the biggest and heaviest of 200 bunkers along the Danish coast and has been turned into collection of museums.
HOLON, Israel – Sound and Matter in Design reveals the similarities between sound and design by materializing the invisible and vice versa.
PARIS – Until 3 July 2017, Lovegrove’s exhibition at the Centre Pompidou will showcase the ‘Convergence’ of science, physics, materials and evolution.
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