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Undulating concrete panels will form the facade of VÅGA, a large water tower planned for a hilltop in Varberg, Sweden, to create the impression of a wave rolling across the landscape. Read more
Before smartphones streaming music to wireless speakers there were boomboxes. Before pocket-friendly Digital Audio Players or even portable CD players, there was the Walkman. And before playlists, there were mixtapes. Now Crosley Radio is looking to inject some new life into the almost-forgotten cassette tape with the release of two retro players... Continue Reading Crosley looks to ride a
Wooden construction is increasingly popular lately, and in the wake of innovative timber projects including towers, sports halls, and supertall skyscrapers, comes this recently-completed Philippine airport terminal. Primarily constructed from wood, it features a striking design inspired by rolling ocean waves and a stunning interior that highlights the beauty of the material. .. Conti
combining these two energy sources together in one plant provides a number of synergy effects. The post fluventum, a combined wind and wave energy converter appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Leatherman lists the Wave as its most popular multitool, but even the most adored of implements still have room for improvement. The updated Wave+ features all the versatility of the original but with redesigned pliers and sheath for better protection when not in use. .. Continue Reading Leatherman gives its popular Wave multitool a touch up Category: Outdoors Tags: Multi-To
Design studio Splinterworks has created a sculptural waterslide that is designed to mimic the barrel-shape of a wave before it breaks. Read more
The wild waters to the south of New Zealand have played host to record-breaking swell, with a buoy moored in the Southern Ocean picking up the largest wave ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere... Continue Reading Records tumble as monster wave rolls through Southern Ocean Category: Environment Tags: Ocean Record Wave Related Articles:
Tidal Force has jumped into the headphone arena with a pair of planar magnetic headphones, aimed at providing better sound than typical driver-based models which follow the loudspeaker model of projecting sound.If you’re unfamiliar, planar magnetic headphones use a very thin, light diaphragm in order to reproduce sound - this is instead of the traditional driver. The diaphragm is “dri
control sound, shape effects and send commands with the motion of your hand as if by magic.The post the wave ring lets you control sound and make music with your finger appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. 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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