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  • Your public, personal space

    Here’s how technology has changed lives. The public seating design by Shoeb Khan indicates the chang...

  • A Glucose Meter Makeover

    Manage your blood sugar on the go with the BG1! It documents your health stats and automatically rec...

  • Delicious Dino Dessert!

    This Dino Ice Cream is literally all types of cool! Designed to resemble a dinosaur fossil trapped i...

  • A Luminaire with Starlight

    Provoke your emotions with the beauty of nature exuded by this pendant style luminaire called Ligna....

  • Your personal Hyperloop!

    Looking like what I can only assume is a car-lover’s wet dream, the Mercedes Benz 2040 Streamliner c...

The Non-lens Camera Lens!

Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? Although most of the earliest cameras didn’t have glass lenses. They relied solely on pinholes (that provided a point source of light) for a focused image to be captured on film. The results were beautifully eerie ...

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The Non-lens Camera Lens!

Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? Although most of the earliest cameras didn’t have glass lenses. They relied solely on pinholes (that provided a point source of light) for a focused image to be captured on film. The results were beautifully eerie ...

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A New Spin on the Fan

Ceiling fans do a great job of circulating cool air during the summer and moving hot air that has risen during the winter. However, they’re not practical in compact spaces with low ceilings and… well… they’re just plain ugly. Torus ...

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The Zero-Emission BMW Mission

Just hours ago we were introduced to this mean machine, the BMW Motorrad Concept Link. Fresh from its reveal at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este 2017 in Italy, the Concept Link is BMW’s concept scooter aimed to usher in a ...

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Architreasure Weekly #6

Enough talking, let’s get into this week’s architecture round-up! You can tune in every Friday to check out our top 10 weekly picks from the world of Architecture Design. Or click here for an archive of all our Architreasure posts. ...

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Architreasure Weekly #6

Enough talking, let’s get into this week’s architecture round-up! You can tune in every Friday to check out our top 10 weekly picks from the world of Architecture Design. Or click here for an archive of all our Architreasure posts. ...

Read More »

The Zero-Emission BMW Mission

Just hours ago we were introduced to this mean machine, the BMW Motorrad Concept Link. Fresh from its reveal at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este 2017 in Italy, the Concept Link is BMW’s concept scooter aimed to usher in a ...

Read More »

A New Spin on the Fan

Ceiling fans do a great job of circulating cool air during the summer and moving hot air that has risen during the winter. However, they’re not practical in compact spaces with low ceilings and… well… they’re just plain ugly. Torus ...

Read More »

Literally your ‘Utility Belt!’

There’s a subtle socio-cultural reason why the SOG Sync II is such a wonderful piece of industrial tool design. Aside from the “utility belt” reference that just works, because the SOG Sync II puts 12 tools into one small 2 ...

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A Penguin Meant for Flying

This tuxedoed carry-on luggage set takes animalistic inspiration, ironically, from everyone’s favorite flightless bird – the penguin! In stark white with black detailing, this handsome bag is at once minimalistic and playful. Because we have a tendency to carry additional ...

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