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One of our product photos of the original a7R IV.Sony has, rather quietly, released updated versions of its a7R III and a7R IV cameras that bring small improvements to the full-frame mirrorless cameras. The updated cameras now have an ‘a’ appended to their model numbers to differentiate them from their original predecessors.According to the update product specifications, both the a7R III (model:
Tall enclosures lined with patinated steel panels feature in this revamped apartment in New York City, designed by local architecture firm BC—OA. Read more
Dezeen Showroom: product designer Layla Mehdi Pour took cues from nature when creating the geometric Jasmine acoustic panels for Flokk-owned brand Offecct. Read more
Although there are now many light-equipped bike helmets on the market, the Torch T1 was one of the first. Its makers have now returned to Kickstarter, with a model that features LED panels which can be removed as needed.Continue ReadingCategory: Bicycles, TransportTags: Helmets, bike lights, Cycling, Road Safety, Kickstarter
Japanese architecture office Case-Real has completed a house on a compact site in Tokyo featuring galvanised steel cladding and a concealed rooftop terrace. Read more
‘we have found a way to deliver sustainable, free power across various transportation applications by replacing the traditional “paint shop” process with integrated solar technology.' The post sono motors covers the sion with solar panels on all straight + curved exterior parts appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Local architecture studio Hooba Design Group has completed an office building for the Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran, which features a smart brick facade that adapts to different times of the day. Read more
Painted fibre-cement panels enclose the warm, wooden interiors of the SP House that (E)StudioRO has completed overlooking Tunquén beach in Chile. Read more
Japanese studio Lighting Planners Associates lit a white tree-like canopy for the interior refurbishment of the historic Nihombashi Mitsukoshi Main Store in Tokyo. Read more
transparent kite-shaped elements allow light to enter into the space, with the CLT panels filtering the light like trees in a forest. The post kengo kuma builds temporary pavilion in japan from cross-laminated timber panels 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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