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There’s not much that hasn’t already been said of 3D printing or the predicted revolution that promised to transform manufacturing and put a MakerBot in every home. While the technology continues to evolve, with new applications like cutting-edge medical uses and building-size structures, it has yet to truly overtake industrial production in the mainstream market–though not for lack of effort.
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Marcus Lyall and Adam Smith describe their work designing shows for The Chemical Brothers, including stage design, lighting design and movie-making.

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A little bit Dada, a little bit “only sold on television,” intentionally useless inventions called Chindogu look like a bunch of plastic junk at first glance, but there’s more to it tha…

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Eindhoven-based design studio Dutch Invertuals has curated an exhibition of 10 objects, to question whether – in the anthropocene era –  it is possible to reduce the volume of non-essential products in our lives.
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Flexible electronic paper could be available in colour as early as next year, allowing designers to create clothing, accessories and other products that double as display screens.

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in the latest instalment of its multi-brand collaborative genius project, moncler presents a capsule collection of renaissance-inspired outerwear. the italian skiwear manufacturer tapped maison valentino’s pierpaolo piccioli, creative director to the fashion house.
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With the rise of soft, cloth-coated gadgets, it’s become clear that fashion and interior design are impacting consumer electronics. But influence is a two-way street–and the design language of Silicon Valley is also influencing other design sectors. Take Pantone, which is introducing a new slew of colors, called Metallic Shimmers, for a world obsessed shine and shimmer–and where most of us drop $800 on a new phone every two years.
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The world is addicted to cheap, crappy clothes. Thanks to low-wage manufacturing in poor countries and the rise of fast fashion, clothes have morphed from being valuable possessions to disposable items that we chuck out at the end of the season. And, as I recently described in a recent essay, this never-ending cycle of consumption is killing people and the planet.
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‘apparatum’, the installation inspired by the polish radio experimental studio and created by the panGenerator studio, comprises analog sound generators, based on magnetic tape and optical components controlled via graphic score composed with a digital interface. the device draws inspiration musically and graphically from the ‘symphony – electronic music’ composed by bogusław schaeffer.
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Hanover and Berlin-based art duo Quintessenz recently completed a large-scale installation for the newly funded Paxos Contemporary Art Project, which is currently taking place on the island of Paxos in the Adriatic sea. Although designed to be appreciated and enjoyed in person, the images of their i

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creating an atmosphere of a real home, alf dafrè debuted refined contemporary pieces amongst their current furniture collections at salone del mobile 2018. the new designs link to the italian brand’s catalogue thanks to their focus on high quality, traditional craftsmanship, and their dedication to not only innovative but also sophisticated design. the large scale show space, divided into different domestic settings, displays furnishings for dining, living and sleeping areas where a color palette of grays are combined with warm, highlight shades of nude, coral, magenta and petrol blue.
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NYC has some of the best art galleries in the world‚ but with over 1,500 to choose from, the sheer number is overwhelming. Not to worry, we’ve narrowed them down to some of our blue-chip favourites.
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Customers, as we all know, are a fickle bunch. Considering how customer loyalty is far from abundant these days, there are many ways to lose a customer, but the biggest turn-off for today’s consumers is an experience in which friction isn’t kept to a minimum. On some level, we’ve known that for years, right? The marketplaces that are winning loyalty from today’s consumers are doing it by focusing on reducing customer friction points.
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