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with slim, tall legs it can move lighter and quicker than conventional robots. The post aerial biped robot dances around using a quadrotor for balance and movement appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the studio repurposes daily-use ceramic waste from chaozhou, china, in an effort to reveal the disintegration of culture in the ancient city. The post bentu experiments with furniture made of everyday ceramic waste from the world’s largest factory appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Fuzzy sushi rolls and cuddly avocados feature in this supermarket installation by British artist Lucy Sparrow, which contains over 31,000 felt grocery staples. Read more
taken by photographer iwan baan, the images document the museum ahead of its opening on october 4, 2018. The post glenstone museum previews its thomas phifer-designed expansion appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Japanese firm Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei has completed a 272-metre high office skyscraper in Taipei, which is adjoined to a retail building clad in a delicate metal lattice. Read more
the space — once a small broom factory — keeps the historical construction elements as much as possible, while using timber for additional structures. The post NPS arquitectos turns an early 20th-century building in portugal into a timber loft appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
say goodbye to smelly shoes (finally) with the panasonic MS-DS100 – a shoe deodorizer set to go on sale in japan on september 20, 2018. The post panasonic shoe deodorizer solves your smelly shoe problem appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
casa de la roca features three distinct lookout wings with floor-to-ceiling windows at their ends. The post cadaval & solà-morales’ residence exists in perfect symbiosis with its mexican forest surroundings appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Fashion designer Virgil Abloh has teamed up with Nike to design tennis player Serena Williams' kit for this year's US Open, which includes a black ballerina-style dress, a bomber jacket and tagged "Queen of Queens" sneakers. Read more
the pieces are multicolored and reminiscent of natural structures, as is they were found in an impact crater. The post sang hoon kim’s memory foam furniture looks like painted meteorite pieces appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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