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Flow

Apr 09, 2017No Comments

Illuminated responsive water screens Flow is an art installation that uses one or more custom-designed aluminum square tubes with embedded brass spray nozzles that generate

4D Printing

Mar 19, 2017No Comments

Multi-material shape change 4D Printing is a method for printing customizable smart materials that transform over time. Developed through a collaboration between MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab,

Stone Spray

Mar 12, 2017No Comments

3D printed mineral structures Stone Spray is a building method that creates structures out of soil. Barcelona-based researchers Anna Kulik, Petr Novikov, and Inder Shergill

HygroSkin

Mar 05, 2017No Comments

Climate-responsive wood apertures Although most environmentally responsive technologies rely on complex mechanical assemblies of inert materials, such as mechanical louvers or sunshades, HygroSkin demonstrates the

G3DP

Feb 19, 2017No Comments

3D-printed optically transparent glass From the discovery of glass bead-making processes in ancient Egypt to the development of modern industrial flat glass production, glass has

Flight-Assembled Architecture

Jan 29, 2017No Comments

Flying machine-enabled construction Flight Assembled Architecture is a process in which flying machines construct prototype building structures. Developed by ETH Zürich professor Raffaello D’Andrea and

Chromosonic

Jan 22, 2017No Comments

Pattern-changing textile Chromosonic is a programmable electronic, color- and pattern-changing textile interface. The heat-responsive textile’s coloration changes dynamically in reaction to processed sound files, which

Smog Free Project

Jan 15, 2017No Comments

Air purifying tower that creates compressed smog Netherlands-based Studio Roosegaarde has created what it calls the largest vacuum cleaner for smog in the world. Designed

D-Shape

Jan 08, 2017No Comments

3D printed stone D-Shape is a robotic building system that uses sand to print artificial stone structures. Developed by UK-based Monolite, the D-Shape printing technology

Xylinum Cones

Jan 01, 2017No Comments

Geometric cellulose objects Xylinum Cones are the result of a production process that utilizes living organisms to grow geometrical objects. Designers Jannis Hülsen and Stefan