Articles tagged Technology

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Design for Ageing: Kailu Guan’s The Director

The UN reports that by 2050 people over 65 will outnumber those under 15. With this in mind, five makers answered the Frame 115 Challenge.

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i29 designs Schouw office so the company and plants can grow organically

Etten-Leur, Netherlands – i29’s design for the Dutch IT company specialized in the food sector emphasizes health, vitality, and growth.

Billboard: German Design Council
Billboard: German Design Council
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Visitors get a glimpse of infinity in the Austrian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale

VENICE – Artists Brigitte Kowanz and Erwin Wurm reflect on the Internet and its impact on the body, mobility and spatial experience.

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Five Days of Frame #116: 20 visions that frame the future

TRENDS – From bacterial materials to empathetic objects: in Frame #116 we go beyond the conventional scope of design to find 20 visions of tomorrow backed by science.

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Ross Lovegrove exhibition explores how technology is transforming design

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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Technology-driven solutions transform the bathroom

FRANKFURT – The Best of ISH Part 2: Frame reports the latest innovations in bathroom design and trends in sanitation solutions from the ISH trade fair.

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Humans, come and say Hello, Robot

WEIL AM RHEIN – Delve into the world of robotics at the Vitra Design Museum with over 200 exhibits that analyse the role of robots in literature, society and our daily lives. 

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Autodesk uses an algorithm to design a chair

TECHNOLOGY – An algorithm is responsible for your Google search, your computer speed and now – the design of your chair.

Billboard: F119 Out Now
Billboard: F119 Out Now
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Young designers pump up the music at home, at work and on the fly

TECHNOLOGY – Instead of trying to dampen noise in interior spaces, some designers are actually adding sound to our lives.

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Technology moves, reacts and pretends to be human – so what can it do for us?

TECHNOLOGY – Perhaps the greatest point of friction between man and machine is not hardware but software, which may replace its organic counterpart in terms of automated production …

Amsterdam Light Festival 2016–17. Photos Lauren Teague/Benthem Crouwel Architects
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Natural phenomena transform into a festival of light

AMSTERDAM – Local firms UNStudio and Benthem Crouwel Architects reveal the potential of biomimicry for the future of architecture at the Amsterdam Light Festival.

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Ink Associates and Random Studio unite technology and community for Nike stores

AMSTERDAM – Ink Associates and Random Studio create a digital fabric to facilitate social interaction and team spirit in Nike’s key stores.