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3D Wallpaper

May 20, 2006No Comments

Textile wallpaper London-based Tracy Kendall has liberated wallpaper from flatland. Her handcrafted, handsewn fabrications consist of cut and layered papers, polyester thread, and applied sequins.

Papton

May 16, 2006No Comments

Monoplanar paper chair Papton is a lightweight chair that emerges like origami from a folded composite panel. For their design of the chair, Fuchs +

Lumicor

May 13, 2006No Comments

Translucent resin with encapsulated materials Lumicor’s patented technology creates a new class of material by combining the beauty of natural botanicals, fine textiles, decorative papers,

Interactive Fuzzy Light Wall

May 09, 2006No Comments

Interactive textile sensor wall panel International Fashion Machines (IFM) provides private research and consulting in electronic textiles to a variety of clients, industries, and the

Plug.table

May 05, 2006No Comments

HPL tool-free table Matthias Demacker’s design for the Plug.table represents the ultimate reduction of an object to its essence. The table is made of three

Texlon

Apr 23, 2006No Comments

Pressure-inflated ETFE foil systems Foiltec’s Texlon foil system offers designers new opportunities in the development of climatic and transparent envelopes. The system can be engineered

In-Out Curtain

Apr 08, 2006No Comments

Configurable wood veneer curtain In-Out Curtain is a prototype design for an operable screen that can be manipulated to change shape in section as well

spOre

Apr 08, 2006No Comments

LED illuminated push button Tom Gordon and Ted Pierson designed the spOre buttons for their own homes, intending to make a positive first impression on

Membrane

Mar 27, 2006No Comments

Steel mesh chaise-longue Membrane is a steel chaise longue that is virtually transparent. A single thread of stainless steel is wound in a continuous spiral,

InteracTable

Mar 23, 2006No Comments

Interactive Table Andreas Störiko designed the InteracTable in order to answer questions regarding the nature of work in the new millennium: Why does an increasing