Wired

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I’d ridden the motorcycle part of the way up a small dirt hill, and was trying to simply reverse my way back down when I fell off the machine. As I went down, I tightened my grip, inadvertently pinning the throttle. I soon found myself underneath a pirouetting motorcycle.
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Dezeen

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Dutch startup Plasticiet aims to create “something of value” from recycled plastic for use in interior and furniture design.

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fastcompany

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Now, Ikea will be inviting 20 startups to its campus for a three-month-long Ikea Bootcamp, hoping to incubate the next big breakthrough product right inside its Älmhult campus. Companies need to apply by December 31 to take part in the program, which starts in March 2019.
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Design Boom

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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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Core 77

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90 Mini Mini has all the versatility and personality of a classic Anglepoise® lamp wrapped up in its tiny form. At half the size of a standard desk lamp it’s designed to fit just about anywhere – perfect if you’re working on the go or in a low-lit coffee shop. The 90 Mini Mini is powered by USB for enhanced portability and has a dimmable integrated LED for focused light for up to 20,000 hours.

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This year marks Ikea's 75th year in business, and to celebrate the company is dusting off old blueprints and reviving some designs from the past. The plan is to re-release selected pieces from three eras--the 1950s-'60s, '70s-'80s and '90s-'00s--and produce them in a limited quality in a line they're calling Gratulera.
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Working with Dutch studio Scholten & Baijings—known for bringing a conceptual, candy-colored touch to established modern brands like Herman Miller, Maharam, and HAY—Ikea invited the designers to revisit a few of its salient classics. The studio’s limited-edition collection, Lyskaft (Swedish for “Luminosity”) brings a refreshed, edited take on the ubiquitous Poang lounge chair and Klippan sofa, with features that include new colored, textured seat covers and geometric, screw-on sofa legs that one might normally seek out on a site like Pretty Pegs, Bemz, or any number of cottage-industry specialists that have made a business model of selling niche, Ikea-specific accessories.
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its been revealed that burberry has set fire to more than £28 million worth of its products over the past year in a bid to stop people from getting their hands on the brand’s clothes and counterfeiting them. as well as bags and clothes, the luxury british brand burnt £10.4 million of beauty items, according to detail in its annual report.
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The most successful brands treat their customers as users, not buyers. Here’s how.

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Our new Pinterest board showcases the versatility of polycarbonate plastic in architecture, with projects including a translucent house in Slovakia and a Brooklyn clothing store designed for “Instagram moments”.

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Inhabitat

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Space10 is re-inventing our favorite fast food dishes in a delicious and sustainable way. We’ve all heard that meat is awful for the environment, but that doesn’t make the cravings for a juicy burger easier to ignore. And what’s a backyard barbecue without the hot dogs? Thanks to Space10’s Bug Burger, not-Dog, Microgreen Ice Cream and Neatball, you won’t have to give up your fast food favorites while still staying virtuous.
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