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We've been seeing a lot of foldable electric scooters, designed for use as "last-mile" transport between users' homes/workplaces and public transit stations. Their little wheels, however, are no match for Oslo's cobbled streets. That's why a group of Norwegian entrepreneurs created the CityRabbit... Continue Reading CityRabbit electric scooter is made for Norwegian roads Category: Urban T
the new publication examines the architectural typology that treads a fine line between spectacle and security. The post natascha meuser explores zoo buildings in DOM’s latest construction and design manual appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
As I usually do, I stayed on in Japan after this year's CP+ trade show, and while there had a chance to visit Olympus' research and development headquarters in Hachioji where I sat down with some of their engineers. My interview at CP+ itself with Shigemi Sugimoto-san, Head of Olympus' Imaging Business Unit, was more focused on business issues and product strategy; this meeting was mo
titled 'common sense', the curation comprises eight collections of everyday items designed by jasper morrison, michael anastassiades, ronan & erwan bouroullec, and more. The post lisbon gallery explores uniqueness of portuguese stone at design miami / basel 2019 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Westfalia is known the world over for its pop-up camper vans, so much so that you'll still find terms like "Westfalia-style roof" substituted for "pop-up roof," even though many other companies around the world offer them. But Westfalia's latest pop-top van features a little more "pop" than even longtime fans might be expecting. In addition to popping up, the all-new James Cook expands out
the chosen materials are polar opposites: concrete is heavy and conveys permanence, while cardboard is flimsy and disposable. The post chiho cheon explores homelessness through concrete and cardboard furniture pieces appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
We've been watching the new third-generation Mercedes-Benz Sprinter morph into different camper vans in Germany, the UK and the US. Now Australia's Trakka, builder of small on- and off-road motorhomes, has given us our first look at a gen-3 Sprinter camper van from down under, and it's arguably the most impressive yet. The Jabiru camper van uses a full off-grid power suite and multifunctio
the permanent collection exhibition exemplifies the evolution of MAD's architectural practice and design philosophy since its establishment in 2004. The post MAD explores the future city with centre pompidou exhibition in paris appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
As #vanlife has grown from cult phenomenon to almost-mainstream lifestyle alternative for the young and young-at-heart, it feels like van dwellers are constantly on the lookout for more distant roads, tracks and spaces to explore. And with that, the market for ruggedized adventure vans and custom overland campers is absolutely booming. The lifted, armored 4x4 camper vans that just a few ye
Still not that McLaren. We're talking again about the British camper van converter that works exclusively with big vans like the VW Crafter and Mercedes Sprinter. A few months before going full-on Savage with the Crafter, it was performing some of its first conversions on the generation-3 Sprinter. Its updated Shadow two-sleeper van capitalizes on the latest Mercedes tech, adding a cozy, s is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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