Alas de mariposa para las pantallas electrónicas Hoy Digital Los insectos son una valiosa fuente de inspiración para los ingenieros que buscan nuevos materiales y nuevas aplicaciones. Por ejemplo, muchos ...
Product/Industrial Designer Bizcommunity.com Job description. RF4D is a Product Design Agency specialising in 3D CI (corporate identity) servicing the likes of the Advertising 'world', corporate clients and our 'in-house' product range.
Wearables are taking over. Whether it’s the Jawbone Up or an Apple iWatch, gadgets that live on our bodies will give rise to a level of data about ourselves and our environments that we’ve never had before.
It’s a few days before the Bouroullec brothers opening ofBivouac, a retrospective show of almost 15 years of design work by the Bretons imported from the Centre Pompidou-Metz in France to Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art. I’m moving a Vitra Alcove sofa closer to another that its designer, Ronan Bouroullec, is shifting around to create a semi-private area for an interview, immune to the hammering and forklifting going on as the show is installed around us. The Bouroullec brothers are an unpretentious experience.
Every architecture student has done it: The all-nighter where you end up sleeping on or under your desk. (When I did it, it was under a traditional drafting table). Now designer Athanasia Leivaditou of StudioNL has brought a whole new level of comfort to the overnight in the studio with this clever desk that hides a bed.
Our modern tradional conservations equipment, like the fridge, makes us unaware fo what we eat. Today fridges are basically designed as closed boxes to contain food; we put almost everything inside it no matter what, cause we guess that low temperatures is the best way to preserve food. The research of the designer Jihyun Ryou for the "save food from the fridge" project show many way on how preserve food without electricity in a better way than the fridge. (www.savefoodfromthefridge.com)
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