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Erlus Lotus

Mar 11, 2006No Comments

Self-cleaning clay roof According to the manufacturer, Erlus Lotus is the first self-cleaning clay roof in the world. In comparison with conventional roof tiles, this

Glass Sandpaper

Mar 04, 2006No Comments

Cast glass stair treads with slip-resistant finish Nathan Allan has developed a unique surface safety finish called ìGlass Sandpaperî which provides an exceptional grip for

Cellscreen

Feb 24, 2006No Comments

Decorative aluminum screen The Cellscreen is a simple mathematical honeycomb panel crafted from crisp lightweight aluminum. It is a cellular filter structure which explores rhythm,

Solarwall

Feb 20, 2006No Comments

Solar air panels The Solarwall heating and ventilation system resembles traditional metal cladding, but it also doubles as a heater. For a similar cost that

Prototype

Feb 08, 2006No Comments

Carbon fiber furniture collection Prior to initiating a project, Giovanni Pagnotta always asks himself: If there were no rules, no limits, no budgets, if all

Ocean Series

Feb 01, 2006No Comments

Fiberglass sculpture for public seating Tom Yglesias’ Ocean Series polyester and fiberglass sculptures are designed for public seating in exterior and interior environments. The sculptures

Interactive Shop Window

Jan 28, 2006No Comments

Digitally-controlled responsive shop window Designed by Sensing Places’s Flavia Sparacino, the Interactive Shop Window is an installation driven by the movement of people walking in

Diamond Pier

Jan 16, 2006No Comments

Low impact foundation technology The Pin Foundation Diamond Pier is a precast concrete pier and steel pin system that provides a solid foundation that reaches

Fuzzy Light Switch

Jan 12, 2006No Comments

Fuzzy capacitive light sensor International Fashion Machines provides private research and consulting in electronic textiles to a variety of clients, industries, and the military. They

Moveable Walls

Jan 08, 2006No Comments

Pre-assembled, moveable, full-height partitions Waste resulting from the traditional construction, demolition, and renovation of buildings contributes to twenty-five to thirty-three percent of the total waste