We first covered Roosegaarde Studio’s smog eating tower in 2015, before it was built and sent to China. I noted at the time that “Daan is an artist and provocateur as well as an inventor, so a project like this is going to do a lot more than just clear the air. It has to make a… Continue reading https://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-product-design/bike-design-daan-roosegaarde-cleans-air-while-you-ride.html
Retro styling with modern-day components is a great foundation to start with, but adding on a LEGO-like modular interior takes these camper trailers from Happier Camper to the next level
Just too hot; a touch too cold. Working in an office building can be a temperature roller coaster, with the dictatorship of air-conditioning systems seeming able to keep people too hot and cold simultaneously.
Richard Clarkson Studio and Crealev’s Making Weather is an uncategorizable creation, an objet d’art and also a functional piece of technology: a polyester fiber cloud equipped with hidden magnetic levitation modules and other audio-visual delights.
Few sounds in this world are quite as satisfying as that of fresh rainwater falling on a tin roof. However, this soothing sensation is just one element of the Cloud House, a unique, interactive rainwater-harvesting system created by designer Matthew Mazzotta in Springfield, Missouri. From the comfort of a wooden rocking chair, the user is… Continue reading http://www.archdaily.com/868052/let-the-cloud-house-brighten-your-rainy-day
The new world order mean fashion needs utilitarian function and a touch of fantasy.