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Microlattice metal is "world's lightest material" says Boeing

Microlattice metal is "world's lightest material" says Boeing

The world’s lightest material with a density of mg/cc, approximately one hundred times lighter than Styrofoam

Fabrica designers display fruit in unusual ways with Tutti Frutti glass sculptures

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rendered aerial, Shoemaker Green, Andropogon Associates, University of Pennsylvania

Landscape Architecture: Andropogon Associates Location: University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA Completed: September 2012


MEDIA UNIT - SINGLE - Designer Multimedia from Isomi ✓ all information ✓ high-resolution images ✓ CADs ✓ catalogues ✓ contact information ✓.

other design ideas, The Largest Solar Panel In The World: Greenpix media wall with most LED largets powered by solar

GreenPix: Zero Energy Media Wall, Beijing China by Simone Giostra & Partners…

This week, UK's worst building and best student invention were announced

Petit Pli a new children’s clothing range designed to grow with its wearer, developed by aeronautical engineer RCA graduate Ryan Yasin, has won the UK edition of the James Dyson Award.

The Connectome Debate: Is Mapping the Mind of a Worm Worth It? - Scientific American

elegans connectome: All 302 nerves in a worm. Despite the beautiful wiring map, much of the function of the C. elegans nervous system remains a mystery. (The OpenWorm Project, image generated by neuroConstruct)

Cutting across the Chicago Architecture Biennial: Sou Fujimoto's potato chips and other found architectures | Sou Fujimoto's installation for the Chicago Biennial comprised a series of "found architectures." Credit: Tom Harris / Chicago Architecture Biennial | Archinect

Image 35 of 43 from gallery of 15 Must-See Installations at the Chicago Architecture Biennial. Architecture is Everywhere, Photo by Tom Harris, © Hedrich Blessing. Courtesy of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

HCWDstudio's brick lamp breaks quotidian rituals with intuitive design.   ‘brick lamp’, designed by new york’s HCWDstudio, is a minimal light that works with no switch, shade, or wire. instead, it interacts with your hand gestures to create light in an intuitive way. the concept of ‘brick lamp’ it to encourage people to become aware of the moment of concealing and revealing light. instead of a switch, light is activated when the brick is raised, and deactivated when laid flat on any surface.

HCWDstudio's brick lamp breaks quotidian rituals with intuitive design

COMPILED LAMP by Sebastian Jansson

COMPILED LAMP by Sebastian Jansson

Ceiling Lighting, Ceiling Lamps, Wall Lamps, Floor Lamps, Rattan Floor Lamp, Wooden Lamp, Pendant Lamps, Gallery Gallery, Wicker

The London Design Festival has officially begun. We've picked out five key…

Five trends to look out for at the London Design Festival 2016

In Praise of Things by  Lily Huang in  Examined Life

In Praise of Things by Lily Huang in Examined Life