Wall Through Wall Carpets

Jun 02, 2011No Comments

Carpet tiles with building-scaled patterns A Wall Through Wall Carpet is the result of a design strategy for buildings in which the perception of space

Laser-Sintered Textiles

May 08, 2011No Comments

Rapid manufactured textiles Laser-Sintered Textiles, based on a concept by designer Jiri Evenhuis, have opened a new frontier of possibilities for the production of future

Media Cubes

Mar 26, 2011No Comments

Tangible media controls Media Cubes invite tangible interaction to control media. Unlike conventional remote devices, this system consists of two cubes made out of wood.


Mar 12, 2011No Comments

Sound responsive wood planks The PLANKS are the result of collaboration between artist Henrik Menné and scientist Anna Vallgårda as an exploration into the aesthetic


Mar 08, 2011No Comments

Interactive lighting modules Mitosis is a modular lighting system that is always changing. Creator NONdesigns’ goal was to redesign the way that lights are turned

Unrepeatable Carpets

Feb 11, 2011No Comments

Carpet tiles with nonrepeating patterns A collaboration between visual artist Marcel Kronenburg and software engineer Marten Teitsma, Unrepeatable Carpets are the result of a process

Pulp-Based Computing

Feb 07, 2011No Comments

Paper electronics Pulp-Based Computing is a fabrication technique for creating paper composites, which can function as sensors, actuators and circuit boards while retaining the physical


Dec 19, 2010No Comments

Graphically-enhanced acrylic R-Cast Mirage is a custom acrylic panel for interiors. Using specially-developed fabrication methods, custom colors, images, or graphics can be accurately reproduced in

Bloomberg ICE

Nov 24, 2010No Comments

Interactive media terminal Financial data and news, by its nature, can be a very dry affair. When given the opportunity to design a showcase space


Nov 06, 2010No Comments

Zero energy media wall GreenPix is the first Zero Energy Media Wall, absorbing solar energy during the day and then powering the media wall at