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Would you dare to wear eyeglasses like these? Designed by XYZ Integrated Architecture. They feature lightweight multilayered plastic frames and paracords.
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Nervous System is an American design studio that explores the interconnection between science, art, and technology. Jesse Louis-Rosenberg and Jessica Rosenkrantz invite their customers to co-create products along with them, whether through online design applications or their puzzles.
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03/22/2017 at 15:12. Facebook
This bug robot is a flying water taxi which will start operating in Paris this summer. “Sea Bubbles” were designed by Alain Thébault and Anders Bringdal, who had already created a revolutionary speedy boat in 2009. The futuristic taxis are powered by electricity and will be used with an application similar to Uber.
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03/21/2017 at 15:40. Facebook
The Denver-based artist Jaime Molina creates murals, paintings and sculptures. Some of them open up to reveal the hidden contents.
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03/20/2017 at 15:24. Facebook
Goran Konjevod says that origami has been his hobby for a long time, yet his profession is mathematics and theoretical computer science. Most of his sculptures are of abstract shapes, with cascading or repeating patterns.
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Organic Origami Gallery

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03/19/2017 at 13:10. Facebook
Rob Kesseler worked with teams of cellular and molecular scientists in the Instituto Ciencia Gulbenkian in Portugal to create these 'cellular-level portraits of plants’
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03/18/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
36 Days of Type is a project that invites and encourage artists from all over the globe to design a letter (or number) per day during 36 days. This is the submission of Hunky-Dunky, Creative Design studio established in Spain by the 3D Artist Yonito Tanu and the Art Director Jessica Chapiness.
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03/17/2017 at 13:55. Facebook
Things are often not what they seem – as the photography of Pascal Goet proove.
These symmetrical patterns that look like masked figures are really the pictures of insects. Goet has been in the macro-photography business for over 26 years
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03/16/2017. Facebook
LEAF kitchen by Culimaat High End Kitchens mixes the futuristic hi-tech forms with the fragile lines found in nature.
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03/15/2017. Facebook
Furniture these days can be smart in many ways, yet it doesn’t have to be serious – there is always space for irony in this sleek world of futuristic forms. Especially true in case of this table, Echo by the Clique Editions.
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03/14/2017. Facebook
Faig Ahmed gives a new twist to the classic carpet ornaments from Persia, India, and Caucasus. The carpets seem to drip, break apart, and pixelate, paying an unexpected homage to the ancient tradition of the artist’s homeland.
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03/14/2017. Facebook
Air filters can be beautiful mixture of design and technology! Like Calypsos interactive devices by Paula Currás and Alvaro Carrillo. These devices combine simple mechanisms with air-purifying vegetal species – to allow the users to recognize the air quality in the house. If there is a need to clean the house, open the windows or turn the heating off – the device will inform you.
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03/12/2017. Facebook
The idea behind Anaisa Franco’s public sculpture “The Heart of the City” is to bring closer the heartbeat of the citizens.
It is a three-seat chair molded after the shape of a human heart which syncs with the rhythm of visitors heartbeats by using a finger pulse sensor. Then the sculpture will light up in vibrant neon lights, flashing in the rhythm of their pulse.
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03/11/2017. Facebook
The DIY creativity kits are becoming more and more popular. This beetle-making kit was designed by Joop Bource for Netherlands-based company Assembli. Balancing anatomical correctness with a refined design sensibility, these models are fun to assemble and really impressive looking when finished.
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Model Hercules Beetle DIY Kit

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03/10/2017. Facebook
Contemporary sculpture transcends the idea of a static monument - it engages us into play, be it an intellectual game or a physical interaction. A great example was this monumental interactive installation in the sky by Janet Echelman and Aaron Koblin. Called "Unnumbered Sparks", the sculpture became a crowd-controlled visual artwork on a giant, floating canvas – the visitors could “paint” it...
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03/09/2017. Facebook
The Michigan-based artist Anne Mondro explores the physical and the emotional complexity of human body. Her intricate wire sculptures form different anatomical organs, evoking “associations with mortality and spirituality”.
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03/08/2017. Facebook
Parasites are entering the furnishing design as well – one great example is this grotesque yet quite practical chair, “Viminibidi” by Giulia Cavazzani. [ Ow.ly Link ]
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03/07/2017. Facebook
The word “parasite” might have a negative meaning – but not when it comes to architecture and design. Parasitic architecture is a major trend these days. Check out this unique shelter for homeless people, called paraSITE and designed by MICHAEL RAKOWITZ.
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03/06/2017. Facebook
Naive sketches can also be transformed into exclusive furniture, as the works of Dutch designer Maarten Baas prove. Although it looks two-dimensional and unbalanced, the hidden counterweights give this brass furniture far more stability than their geometries suggest.
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Maarten Baas extrudes his sketches to create Close Parity furniture...

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03/05/2017. Facebook
Matt Shlian uses his engineering skills to create kinetic paper sculptures. In collaboration with scientists at University of Michigan he works on the visualization of cellular division and solar cell development.
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03/04/2017. Facebook
Malaysian born artist, Noreen Loh Hui Miun, experiments with real and fictional plants to create her fragile fairy-tale floral sculptures.
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K+ x miun [the marriage II] — miun

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