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Kiev-based interior designer Lera Brumina has used contrasting textures and colours to unite the light and dark rooms of this 99-square-metre apartment in Minsk, Belarus. Read more
Injuries and strains from repetitive computer use are all too common, which is why the new Logitech MX Vertical tries something a little different. The mouse is designed to be held in a more natural hand position, reducing effort and strain while keeping all the usual point-and-click functionality... Continue Reading Logitech MX Vertical mouse wants to ease the strain on your wrist Catego
on top of costing £2.75 million GBP, the aston martin goldfinger DB5 series might leave customers shaken as well as stirred as they are not road legal. The post aston martin recreates and gadget-equips 25 james bond goldfinger DB5 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
For the better part of a century, antibiotics have been instrumental in our treatment of infections, but unfortunately their time may be coming to an end. To avoid a future where once-routine procedures become life-threatening again, new ways to fight bacteria need to be developed. A new study has now shown oxygen can be weaponized against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, by way of nanoparti
Lost in the Garden cofounder Julia Murczek digs into the challenges the team had to overcome when designing the race tracks for their omnidirectional racing game, in which players can drive on walls. ...
Some multitools take on a ton of tasks and others tend to focus on doing a few things, and doing them properly. The new Halifax from Portland toolmaker The James Brand is one multi-faceted implement that doesn't bite off more than it can chew, with a few simple tools elegantly carved out of a single titanium block... Continue Reading Titanium Halifax multitool keeps things classy and clean
London architecture office Al-Jawad Pike used pigmented concrete blockwork for the exterior and interior of this two-storey extension to a Victorian house in Peckham. Read more
Retractable sunshades have long been used to adjust the amount of sunlight an area gets during the day, but these are usually driven by motors. Taking inspiration from the humble pine cone, engineers at ETH Zurich have now developed a shading system that can open and close automatically – no electricity required... Continue Reading Pine cone-inspired sunshades open and close without electr
the two-story dwelling derives its name from the way it looks from outside — the second floor covered with semi-transparent polycarbonate is placed onto the base of the first floor and illuminates the surroundings at night. The post this home in ecuador is a lighthouse for the surroundings, by juan alberto andrade appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Nikon has posted teaser number five for its full-frame mirrorless system that will be announced in just three days. In this one, early users of the camera share their first impressions, and there's also a quick glimpse of an F-mount adapter.You can find the rest of Nikon's teaser videos here.

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