Living Light by The Living is a building facade of the future that displays air quality and public interest in the environment. It is a permanent outdoor pavilion in Peace Park, across from World Cup Stadium in Seoul, Korea.
Here comes a different kind of hot-stepper: A pair of Wellington boots that convert heat from your feet into electricity. The kicker? You can store up enough juice to charge a cellphone, so you can yak it up without missing a beat.
The Battle of Trafalgar is an ambitious piece and Barnaby Barford's largest to date. Barford is an artist who works primarily with ceramics to create unique narrative pieces. For this big scene he has introduced concrete into his aesthetic.
The installation “Chapter I: The Discovery” by Félix Luque Sánchez consists of a sculpture representing an unidentified object in the shape of a dodecahedron and a number of videos re staging the moment of its discovery.
British Land's Beyond the Hive competition challenges London architects to design luxury bug hotels to boost insect populations. Designs are made from recycled or reclaimed materials and will be viewable from June 18th.
Looking for a new outdoor game for the summer? VKing, based on a centuries old Swedish Viking game, is simple and elegant. Use your Battle Axes to topple all of your opponent’s Shields; the first team to conquer the King claims the crown.
iQubic furniture system by Karol Mizdrak is based on four modules A, B, C and D It is characterized by a classic, timeless shape of a cube, multiplied modules allow you to obtain any unusual, yet functional systems.
Casa en el Bosque was designed by Parque Humano, located in in Valle de Bravo, Mexico, near Avándaro Lake and the protected forest area of Cerro Gordo. This design has a strong connection to its surrounding nature.
Students of Potsdam polytechnic college engineered a collection of metal products for german manufacture Hugo Bräuer. Main target of the project is to bring the artisanry of metal production into a new public awareness.
Noch aluminum brief case with "Blumenau" model train set with a high-quality ready assembled summer landscape. Paul Smith used to take this train set to Japan on his early trips and would produce it at meetings when he became bored.
Sotheby’s first ever outdoor selling exhibition at Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire is up and running. The exhibition, in association with Carpenters Workshop Gallery, presents 25 unique/limited-edition works of contemporary art.
An electronic device can predict an incoming bout of misery through statistical analysis of accumulated data. 'Happy Life' is a concept by Auger-Loizeau, part of the Impact exhibition, a unique collaboration between science and design.
WATERWEAR from Tunewear is made from a durable, transparent material with a triple zipper design to lock an iPad safely inside, it away from water and dust. Bring it with you when you take a bath or go outdoors by the pool or to the beach.