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It's not uncommon for avid cyclists to own a mountain bike, a road bike, and a commuter. German company Convert is looking to provide a space-saving alternative, in the form of the FF1. It consists of a frame that accepts different kits to become different types of bike – and the transformation reportedly only takes a few minutes... Continue Reading Convert FF1 transforms into three types
the installation turns the surrounding landscape into 'a mysteriously vivid jungle, where light falls like rain drops from the ceiling.' The post brut deluxe uses thousands of LEDs to convert chinese bridge into a landscape light installation appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the design refers to the great orderliness and refinement of chinese culture. The post 999 wooden sticks convert a rectangular room into an elliptical teahouse, by minax appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
To squeeze the most energy we possibly can out of the Sun, we need to improve the efficiency of solar cells. Currently, most technologies only capture the visible light, leaving the rest of the spectrum to go to waste. Now, researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed a way to use nanoparticles coated in special organic dyes to convert near-infrared light into visibl
A huge bank of bleachers acts as a gathering point at the centre of this studio complex created by Emrys Architects within a listed ironworks in the Isle of Dogs, east London. Read more
Italian architecture office 2A+P/A has bought an Ettore Sottsass painting to life to create a black barrel-roofed pavilion for an architecture festival in Orléans, France. Read more
the aim of passer domesticus is to enable people to experience living in a street level shop environment, and feel the city’s vibe from a closer, warmer and more personal perspective.The post 157 + 173 designers convert a historic building in greece into a compact living space appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Webinar shock. Familiar with it? Probably not, because I just made up the term. But you’re probably familiar with Webinar Shock’s sister term, Content Shock. It’s the idea, first described by Mark Schaefer, that we have entered an age in which “exponentially increasing volumes of content intersect our limited human capacity to consume it.” In Read More...The post 7 Golden Rules for Hosting


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