SensiTile S90

Mar 18, 2009No Comments

Light-bending polymer cube SensiTile S90 is a light-bending polymer cube that acts as a 90-degree mirror, transferring images of adjacent objects precisely across surfaces. A


Feb 16, 2009No Comments

Structured polyhedral geotextile Flextegrity utilizes digital geometric modeling to create structural geotextiles and dimensional meshes at a variety of scales. Interlocking polyhedral shapes are constructed


Feb 09, 2009No Comments

A collection of ad hoc functional objects Clampology is a family of informal objects designed to increase functionality of interior spaces. Manufactured by London-based designer

Fiber Wall

Jan 03, 2009No Comments

Biodegradable-fiber space divider Designer John Hoiby characterizes green composites as fully biodegradable and consisting of plant fiber and plant-based resin. Developed as a collaborative thesis


Dec 27, 2008No Comments

Punched-paper place mats Fragments is a series of paper place mats featuring punched-out patterns. They are all segments of the same pattern design, with references


Dec 05, 2008No Comments

Flexible wedge shelving system Make/Shift is a flexible shelving system that can be arranged to fill spaces of varying sizes and between walls or even


Oct 18, 2008No Comments

All-natural air-cleaning paint Developed by Japan-based Suzuran Corporation, Reben is an environmentally remediating paint made from 100 percent natural ingredients. Created as a response to


Oct 01, 2008No Comments

Wall-mounted shelving system Designers Johannes Herbertsson and Karl-Henrik Rennstam created the Alog shelf based on the wall-hung magazine rack. Noting that the longevity of a


Sep 22, 2008No Comments

Adjustable bicolor LED light Designed by Yves Béhar for Herman Miller, Leaf is the first light-emitting diode (LED) tabletop light that provides both warm and


Sep 03, 2008No Comments

Pressed wool-felt carpet Designers Yvonne Laurysen and Erik Mantel developed Cell while exploring alternative methods of fabricating carpet for LAMA Concept. Unlike conventional carpets, Cell