ETH zurich and ZHdK’s sculptural motorbike features a front weel-hub engine


the students want to use the energy available to electric motorcycle users more efficiently and open new chapters in the prosperous world of modern mobility.

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a special type of bee makes beautiful nests from flower petals


over a day or two mother bees source various petals to create the nests before planting a single bee egg inside.

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Resilient City

Beirut’s creative scene is thriving despite—or perhaps because of—a tough economical landscape. Veronica Simpson reports
 

pandolfini architects transforms heritage building into apartments with minimal interventions


the architects have preserved the rich history of the original building rather than stripping it back.

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mandai architects’ installation uses sound-generating glass to emit nature’s noise


when using this material as a transducer to generate sound the innovative design mitigates the inherent resonance characteristics of glass and produces clear beautiful sounds.

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star wars death star camping tent resembles the empire’s ultimate weapon


the tent is modelled on the death star, the name given to a number of mobile space stations and galactic superweapons featured in the star wars movies.

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akihisa hirata’s ‘discovering new’ exhibition at TOTO GALLERY·MA in tokyo


the japanese architect believes that buildings are more than independent entities, and should form part of the 'greater living world'.

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Alain Gilles reimagines retail for Oxfam

Designer Alain Gilles aims for paradigm shift with his Oxfam pop-up store in Belgium.
 

full-size version of shigeru ban’s kobe paper log house goes on view in vancouver


under the direction of the japanese architect, the vancouver art gallery has built a replica of his 15.8 square-meter structure at its offsite location.

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jerusalem design week 2018 explores ways to conserve heritage


designboom shares the most outstanding showcases under the exhibition theme 'con|serve'.

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