JCDecaux and Mathieu Lehanneur won the call for projects by the Mairie de Paris devoted to intelligent furniture with Escale Numérique, a connected haven of peace available to everyone.
Set up on the Rond Point des Champs-Elysées, Escale Numérique is a revival of the underground fibre optic network which is now supplying the capital.
Bike users often have to keep an eye out for professional bike thieves who would simply cut their bike locks regardless of the model or complexity. To address this theft, designers Feng Cheng-Tsung and Cheng Yu-Ting have created Pedal Lock, a unique bike lock system that essentially turns its own pedal into a wheel lock.
Erin McGuire, a graphic designer from Canada designed the three incredible Coca-Cola cans.
As we can see from the images, each Coca-Cola can features those iconic elements from the classic 8-bit video game Space Invaders such as the cute aliens, the spaceship that are firing, we even can see the score, but unfortunately it’s just one.
The Coffeebrewer is best described as a disposable French press. Inside the pouch is a filter with 26 g of freshly ground specialty coffee. To brew 3 cups of coffee, all you need is to open it, pour ½ L hot water into it, and let it brew 5-8 min.
Ready for take off? Try and build the best paper airplane design and see who’s flies farther!
Discover how spinning motors and plastic discs are used to launch a paper airplane up to 30 mph (50 km/h). This is an ideal science kit for exploring paper plane designs, and is a great science fair project. Which type of paper airplane flies better and why?
This bed from Lago caught my eye earlier this week and I’m in LUV. The bed features adjustable sides that can act as a headboard, bed cover when guests are over, or even create a cave-like feeling when you’re lying in bed. I also love the nightstands that look like they’ve been unzipped.
The Fa.B. fabric bookcase is an eco-focused book storage system with minimal environmental impact and a fabulous new way to arrange and protect your books and magazines. It is suitable for your home and office and it can be used as a bookcase and a room divider at the same time.
WM Series furniture are designe by New Zealand designer Tim Webber.
The works are an exploration of the relationship between some of the two most common materials used in furniture design – wood and metal. The idea was to see how they can contrast yet complement each other in a single piece of furniture or lighting.
The aptly, and simply, named Frame Handle by Walnut Studiolo is a classic looking addition made of leather with two adjustable buckles. It mounts above the front derailleur and below most water bottle mounts. For city dwellers, it makes carrying the bike up flights of stairs much easier by providing a natural-feeling grasp point.
Carrying the bike low helps keep it laying flat against you and not flopping around, hitting others or knocking into walls.