Posts by Author: kieron marchese I designboom

big clapper is the $4,500 applauding robot on a mission to cheer up the world


it uses the universal language of applause, employing its soft rubber hands to produce a realistic sound of clapping.

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vo trong nghia plans tropical tower of hanging gardens for chicland hotel


world architecture festival shortlist: the aim for the hotel is to bring in a tropical essence that compliments the structure's towering form.

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elon musk attempts to aid thai cave rescue with spaceX ‘kid-sized’ submarine


in a bid to save the soccer team trapped in a northern thailand cave, elon musk has converted a falcon x rocket tube into a kid-sized submarine.

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this porsche 1965 911 racer has been made over in paul smith’s iconic stripes


the aesthetic continues from the porsche's exterior to its interior, boasting a dark green roll cage, racing seat cushions in petrol blue, and a signed wooden gear shift.

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10 of the best swimming pools to dive into on designboom


from dramatically cantilevered body of water, to glass-bottomed roof tops, swimming pools are often the place for architects and designers to dream up the impossible.

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kengo kuma builds museum from paper to house antoni clavé archives


paper blasted aluminum mesh creates a subtle interplay of light and shadow.

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zacharie gaudrillot-roy reduced towns and cities to their façades


erasing the buildings' volume and capturing only their forward-facing exterior blurs the border between reality and fiction.

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toyota sails world’s first hydrogen-powered ship on a six year voyage around the globe


hailed as a model for energy networks of the future, the first autonomous hydrogen vessel has arrived in venice.

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kengo kuma’s wooden cladding emulates the effects of a japanese forest


'the façade is the most important part of the project.' - notes kengo kuma in a recent interview with designboom. 

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