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Tiny ‘Project Gregory’ Billboard Homes Provide Free Housing for the Homeless

Tiny ‘Project Gregory’ Billboard Homes Provide Free Housing for the Homeless

Homelessness is a complex global issue, and finding solutions involves the coordination of many fields and services. Project Gregory seeks to provide alternative dwellings for the homeless that double as

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Say Goodbye to Disposable Chopsticks Forever with Penstix

Say Goodbye to Disposable Chopsticks Forever with Penstix

Did you know that over 80 BILLION pairs of disposable chopsticks were thrown out worldwide last year? It might seem inconsequential to toss out that used pair of bamboo or wooden sticks after you've

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Gorgeous Glass River Inlays Breathe Life into Sustainably Sourced Wood Furniture

Gorgeous Glass River Inlays Breathe Life into Sustainably Sourced Wood Furniture

From coffee tables to large conference desks, Klassen's handcrafted furnishings all include a brilliant inlay of blue-green glass. For most of his pieces, the hand-cut glass is used to merge two live-edge

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Amazing Costa Rican Hotel Made from an Old Airplane Takes Flight

Amazing Costa Rican Hotel Made from an Old Airplane Takes Flight

The airplane was transported piece by piece from the San Jose airport to its current resting place on a pedestal 50 feet above the beach. It looks a bit like a model airplane on a stand, and we can only

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Your Position: A Standing All-in-One Workspace that Folds Away to Fit in Any Apartment

Your Position: A Standing All-in-One Workspace that Folds Away to Fit in Any Apartment

'Your Position’ is a clever adjustable workspace designed by David Manning that focuses on improving physical and mental wellbeing. The workspace is completely adjustable depending on the user's

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The UpStanding Desk Transforms Your Regular Desk into a Standing One for Less Than $200

The UpStanding Desk Transforms Your Regular Desk into a Standing One for Less Than $200

Standing desks are an ideal way to combat the health implications of sitting all day, but many people are turned off by the cost of buying one. That's where The Upstanding Desk comes in, an affordable

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MVRDV Transforms an 18th Century Chapel into a Spectacular Modern Museum Entrance

MVRDV Transforms an 18th Century Chapel into a Spectacular Modern Museum Entrance

The chapel, which was built by Jan Giudici in 1787, had long been neglected and without purpose. The beautiful architecture was revived by MVRDV, and the museum now spills out of into either side of the

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3D System’s Ekocycle Cube 3D Prints Objects From Recycled Plastic

3D System’s Ekocycle Cube 3D Prints Objects From Recycled Plastic

What if you could turn old plastic bottles into fresh new designs with the press of a button? 3D Systems’ new Ekocycle Cube uses post-consumer plastic to 3D print a variety of designs. The eco-friendly

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‘The Body’ Could be the World’s Most Adaptable Chair

‘The Body’ Could be the World’s Most Adaptable Chair

Simple in design, The Body is a flesh-coloured strip of canvas with seams stitched along its six-meter length. The entire structure is filled with grains of rice, a material that's been employed in Japan

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The World’s Smallest Electric Vehicle Folds Up Smaller Than Carry-On Luggage

The World’s Smallest Electric Vehicle Folds Up Smaller Than Carry-On Luggage

Riding a bike to work has its limitations. The charm fades after a few days of arriving to work covered in sweat and then manhandling your bike into a spot where it will hopefully still be at the end of

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Storkstand: World’s Most Affordable Mobile Standing Desk Turns Any Chair into a Work Station

Storkstand: World’s Most Affordable Mobile Standing Desk Turns Any Chair into a Work Station

We all know the ills of sitting all day, but many of us just can't justify buying an expensive dedicated standing desk. That's why product designer Mike Goldberg created StorkStand, a collapsible standing

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Heathrow Airport’s New Terminal 2 Opens Today at 10% Capacity

Heathrow Airport’s New Terminal 2 Opens Today at 10% Capacity

Following the opening of Terminal 5 designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners in 2008, Heathrow has continued with a redevelopment plan funded by over $18 billion from private investors over the

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20 Inspiring Designs From Buenos Aires’ Feria Puro Diseño 2014

20 Inspiring Designs From Buenos Aires’ Feria Puro Diseño 2014

Tucumán designer Carolina Vera creates unique stools and coat stands made from old broomsticks, as showcased at the fairs' 14th edition this year. Matias Vinograd upcycles old tires into colorful

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This Titan 1 3D Printer Can Make Towering Objects in Half the Time

This Titan 1 3D Printer Can Make Towering Objects in Half the Time

The 3D printing revolution has begun, and there's no shortage of hardware available - from a printer that costs just $150 to a portable printer you can carry with you on the go. But if you're looking to

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Inception-Inspired Dish Rack Lets You Dry Your Plates Between Manhattan Skyscrapers

Inception-Inspired Dish Rack Lets You Dry Your Plates Between Manhattan Skyscrapers

Take your dishwashing game to the next level with this surrealist drying rack by Luca Nichetto. Inspired by the 2010 film Inception, the imaginative artpiece is actually a kitchen implement that lets you

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12 Awesome Small Designs that Could Make a Big Difference

12 Awesome Small Designs that Could Make a Big Difference

Canopy Coasters by Grey Young Kim Grey Young Kim's Canopy Coasters are laser-etched with delicate concentric designs. Proceeds from sales would be dedicated to forest conservation organizations such as

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30 Amazing Green Designs from Wanted Design 2014!

30 Amazing Green Designs from Wanted Design 2014!

While ICFF has long been considered the centerpiece of New York Design Week, another show called Wanted Design has been making a name for itself as a must-see collection of emerging designers you may not

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EcoSystems Designs Flat-Pack Modos Furniture Made from Sustainably Harvested Plywood

EcoSystems Designs Flat-Pack Modos Furniture Made from Sustainably Harvested Plywood

We love the concept behind flat-pack furniture, but are sometimes let down by poor build quality or difficult assembly. Brooklyn-based designers EcoSystems understands this frustration, which is why

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Benoit Challand’s Fold Yard Transforms Office Furniture into a Life Sized Alphabet

Benoit Challand’s Fold Yard Transforms Office Furniture into a Life Sized Alphabet

Challand sought an innovative office furniture design that would move away from the traditional, and often stifling, design of the mundane cubicle. Keeping needed elements like wall partitions, storage

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Japanese Designers Showcase Elegant Low-Impact Products at BKLYN Designs 2014

Japanese Designers Showcase Elegant Low-Impact Products at BKLYN Designs 2014

Akiko Oue and Ryohei Yoshiyuki of Oy Objects see exciting new possibilities in everyday materials. These rustic earth-toned vessels made from recycled coffee grounds are the perfect compliment to your

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SNEAK PEEK: David Trubridge to Launch New Jewelry, Modular Furniture and More at Wanted Design 2014

SNEAK PEEK: David Trubridge to Launch New Jewelry, Modular Furniture and More at Wanted Design 2014

Wanted Design promises to be an exciting event for David Trubridge, who will display plenty of new innovations. Trubridge's new Adorn jewelry is modeled after some of his most popular lighting designs,

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Object Guerrilla’s Flat-Pack Lounge Chair Can Be Assembled in a Snap Using Zip Ties

Object Guerrilla’s Flat-Pack Lounge Chair Can Be Assembled in a Snap Using Zip Ties

Flat-pack furniture has taken the furniture market by storm, but not everyone's a fan of fumbling around with tiny hex keys to assemble their furnishings. That's why OpenDesk and Baltimore-based Object

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The Biomimicry Manual: What Can Paper Wasps Teach Us About 3D Printing?

The Biomimicry Manual: What Can Paper Wasps Teach Us About 3D Printing?

3D printing is the coolest thing since sliced bread, but what should we print with? This could go horribly wrong if we don't take the opportunity to stop and ask how the rest of nature would do it.

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LIX: The World’s Smallest 3D Printing Pen Draws Designs in Thin Air

LIX: The World’s Smallest 3D Printing Pen Draws Designs in Thin Air

LIX is the world’s smallest 3D printing pen powered by the electricity from a USB port and guided by nothing but your artistic instinct. Unlike 3D printers, LIX doesn’t require a program to guide the

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Struggling Economy Linked to Schools that Fail to Meet the Needs of Young Boys

Struggling Economy Linked to Schools that Fail to Meet the Needs of Young Boys

In today's economy, men need brains, not just brawn to succeed. This is an unfortunate dilemma considering schools today may be failing to provide boys with the know-how needed to be successful in

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Suntory CNC-Mills Icecubes Into Mindblowing Tiny Sculptures for “3D on the Rocks” Campaign

Suntory CNC-Mills Icecubes Into Mindblowing Tiny Sculptures for “3D on the Rocks” Campaign

From a Zen Buddhist temple to the Statue of Liberty, each tiny ice sculpture was precisely milled on a "computer numerical control" (CNC) router. The creative team started with Autodesk's 123 Catch

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CATable: A Multifunctional Work Desk to Keep Your Cat Entertained and Off Your Keyboard

CATable: A Multifunctional Work Desk to Keep Your Cat Entertained and Off Your Keyboard

The Hong Kong-based designer Hao Ruan fabricated CATable out of a solid piece of wood and hand carved a series of tunnels that run beneath a flat and function workspace. "A proper sized hole could be so

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Level Architects Hide Tokyo’s Fukusawa House Behind Black Walls and Fill it with Natural Light

Level Architects Hide Tokyo’s Fukusawa House Behind Black Walls and Fill it with Natural Light

Though the site is exceedingly narrow, it is long and the architects used that as an asset to create privacy. The long facades of the house are solid black and windowless to restrict views into the

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Lorna Barnshaw Makes Creepy Casts of Her Face Using 3D Technology

Lorna Barnshaw Makes Creepy Casts of Her Face Using 3D Technology

As 3D technology sweeps the science, medical and design worlds, artists like Barnshaw are trying to find its place in fine art. Turning to the classic self portrait was an obvious move, so Barnshaw sought

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Vermont Set to Make Mandatory GMO Labeling a State Law

Vermont Set to Make Mandatory GMO Labeling a State Law

Vermont is leading the charge when it comes to state-wide GMO labeling after the state’s senate voted to approve mandatory labeling for foods containing genetically modified organisms. The bill must

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