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french designer pierrick romeuf asks the timeless question – does size really matter? The post minima is a tiny phone concept that proves less is more appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
made in collaboration with watch manufacturer TW steel the motorcycle builds on the factory specs of the naked sports bike, wanting to offer something much wilder. The post partridge proves timing is everything with the yamaha MT-10 build for TW steel appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
An international team led by NASA has tested the International Asteroid Warning Network, which successfully tracked a potentially dangerous asteroid as it made a close flyby of the Earth in October. Billed as the first global exercise using a real asteroid to test global response capabilities, the TC4 Observation Campaign observed and plotted the orbit of the asteroid 012 TC4 as it passed wit
Cardboard is surprisingly hard-wearing stuff and, besides packaging, has been used for such varied projects as a bike helmet, prototype bicycle, and a guitar. Amsterdam-based furniture company Fiction Factory recently released a novel modular tiny house built from cardboard that can be assembled in just a day and comes in multiple sizes and configurations. ..Continue Reading Modular tiny hous
Bell Robot's Mabot modular robot building kit that is currently the subject of a crowdfunding campaign is LEGO-compatible, simple enough for a first grader to build with, and fun enough that even nerdy dads like me will obsess over it. There are points that could use improvement, perhaps, but for the asking price, Mabot is good value and great fun...Continue Reading Review: LEGO-compatible Ma


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