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liminalair

Liminal Air

Jan 08, 2012No Comments

Interior cloudscape Inspired by a cave visited at the foot of Mount Fuji, Shinji Ohmaki constructed an installation designed to render visible the air we cannot see and the sounds we cannot hear. Liminal Air is

flip

Flip

Jan 03, 2012No Comments

Interactive color changing light The Flip light is a fun and tactile new luminaire that changes color when it rotates. With no cords to tie it down, this soft rubber sphere is made for the hands

kilolux

KiloLux

Dec 28, 2011No Comments

Glass brick KiloLux is a monolithic glass block with the appearance of a laminate produced by thermally bonding glass at low temperatures. Wales-based Innovative Glass Products Ltd. developed the material for inclusion in building facades as

symbiosis

Symbiosis

Dec 24, 2011No Comments

Printing with bacteria A course at the Department of Microbiology at the University of Wageningen taught Jelte van Abbema how to handle bacteria and their surroundings. Armed with this new knowledge and with the help of

parametre

Parametre

Dec 21, 2011No Comments

3D non-woven polyester textile Parametre is a lightweight, expandable 3D textile system designed to deliver visual impact with minimal material. Made of 100% non-woven polyester, this flexible textile can be used in a variety of residential

kaynemaile

Kaynemaile

Dec 17, 2011No Comments

Polymeric seamless mesh Kaynemaile is a seamless mesh composed of polymer rings. The advantage of the Kaynemaile process is its ability to create multiple elements and assemble them into a three-dimensional structuredmesh at the same time,

lightart

Light Art

Dec 14, 2011No Comments

Ecoresin-based lighting fixtures Light Art is a series of iconic light sculptures made from translucent 3form Varia Ecoresin material. Chandeliers are 3′-4′ wide and 4’–8′ tall or larger and are ideal for dramatic entry spaces or

wovenhorsehair

Woven Horsehair

Dec 10, 2011No Comments

Textiles from horse hair weavings Marianne Kemp develops woven textiles out of unconventional combinations of materials. Using small bunches of horsehair interwoven with linen or cotton, Kemp creates curious fabrics in diverse colors and textures. The

stax

Stax

Dec 06, 2011No Comments

Layered cast glass Named after the way each piece is stacked then fused together, Stax Series offers a way to create rich multi-layered textures using glass. Stax is designed to be deployed in exterior feature walls

zetix

Zetix

Dec 03, 2011No Comments

Blast-mitigation and ballistic-protection textiles Most blast-defense systems are only capable of coping with a single explosive event. Once they have deployed, any protection they offered is lost. The unusual construction of the Zetix fabrics means that