From gas mask packing tape to fighter jet mobiles... stressball fists to holy grounds in a bottle and MORE. The Aircraft Carrier concept shop is the Israeli Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale selling US/Israel history transformed into products.
The American Hardwood Export Council has invited a group of students in product design at the Royal College of Art in London to design and manufacture a series of 12 chairs made from an American hardwood species of their choice.
I-City in the Russian Pavilion of the Venice Architecture Biennale is a complete mind trip to wander around in... endless matte black backlit QR codes make up the walls, floors, and ceilings to be viewed with Samsung tablets.
Imaginary City Kai Tak by CAVE architecture design studio has an incredibly colorful, detailed model in the Hong Kong space in the Venice Architecture Biennale, from flying cars to cows to dragons to old men playing cards and more!
The Piranesi Variations: Jeffrey Kipnis and the Ohio State Univ's A Field of Dreams - a fantastic reimagination of Rome with a mesmerizingly bold visual language and unusual use of straws, penis pasta, and more at the Venice Biennale.
Walk Through Treetops. High in the sky, walking along elevated platforms and suspension bridges that connect one tree to another, you can get a bird's-eye view of the ecosystem in the canopies of trees.
Storable Coat Rack by Bram Vanderbeke: A coat rack, completely storable in a metal box. The various connecting pieces can be assembled in different ways. So it is possible to adjust the rack to the location where it will be placed.
Leanie van der Vyver imagined the mobile lamp 'Trek'. This light source can indeed move and adapt to its environment through a simple system of buttons that allow tender and give shape to the power cable.