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Dutch robotics company MX3D has completed the 3D printing of a steel bridge, which will be installed across a canal in Amsterdam next year. Read more
A lot of people rely on coffee to make it through the day, but this is the first time we've seen a tiny house that needs its own supply of java. Luxury tiny house builder New Frontier Tiny Homes has teamed up with Dunkin' Donuts, actress Olivia Wilde and a sustainable biochemical company to produce the unique promotional project. .. Continue Reading Coffee-powered tiny house isn't your av
one of the most colorful contributions to avant garde tudela this year is 'parallel minds', a sprawling mural by artist kenor. The post an elementary school façade in spain becomes a radical representation of electronic music appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
When shooting night sky photography, it can sometimes be very tricky to capture images with sharp stars. There are two primary reasons for this: not using a fast enough shutter speed and not having the stars properly focused. In the video below, we learn from photographer Matthew Saville with NatureTTL how to address both these concerns and capture sharp nightscapes. Regarding blurry images, fo
If you're short on space, an All-in-One computer setup makes a lot of sense – which squeezes a desktop computer and monitor into one package. The latest such workstation from Asus features a 4K screen and a base where you can place your smartphone down for a quick wireless top-up... Continue Reading Asus All-in-One computer rocks wireless charging in its base Category: Computers Tags:
the cluster of robotic flowers reacts to the visitors as if they where the sun to a blooming flower, opening to reveal a complex structure of unfolding fabric. The post studio drift installs hanging bouquet of robotic flowers that blossom when you are near appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In photographer Thomas Heaton’s latest video, there are a couple of particularly interesting and separate topics covered. Firstly, in Heaton’s previous video, he was photographing a picturesque scene when people walked into his composition and didn’t move before the nice light was gone. Some of his viewers commented that he should have asked them to move. In his new video, seen
Italian architect Stefano Boeri's vertical forest buildings have now taken root in Milan, Switzerland, France and China. For his latest project, his firm is now returning to its homeland with plans to construct an "Urban Forest" consisting of riverside apartment blocks shrouded in plants and trees... Continue Reading Stefano Boeri's vertical forest takes the form of riverside apartments in
the mountain will be made of soil excavated from the construction site of the railway tunnel connecting turin to lyon. The post designer proposes artificial ‘sponge mountain’ in turin that absorbs CO2 emissions appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
New visualisations have been released of the 90-metre-high tower Herzog & de Meuron is proposing in Stockholm, to replace a 1930s gasholder. Read more

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