The Sky’s the Limit: Seoul’s Infinity Tower

Taking height to the absolute limit, Seoul is proceeding with the 450m infinity tower, the world’s first “invisible” tower. Designed by GDS architects, it will feature various cutting edge Korean technology such as 18 weatherproof optical cameras that will generate an invisible viewpoint for pedestrians and an elaborate LED System for flashing away birds orContinue reading “The Sky’s the Limit: Seoul’s Infinity Tower”

Kiss The Future: Hiriko Urban Mobility

HIRIKO is a refreshing concept in urban mobility from Spain. Focusing on the relationship between the city, its citizens and their vehicles making things easier and more accessible. It is technologically very advanced being a 100% electric vehicle.Sustainable, social and smart. Clip HIRIKO from HIRIKO Driving Mobility on Vimeo.

Insta-House: Just Add Dirt

The 89 m2 Insta House, designed by MAZIAR BEHROOZ ARCHITECTS, is available in the U.S. and comes with sliding windows, electrical fixtures and all wall, ceiling and floor finishes. The basic is US$99,800, including delivery and the upgraded Insta House is created from four recycled shipping containers (two on top of two) to create aContinue reading “Insta-House: Just Add Dirt”

Home Sweet Homebox: Studio Slawik

German architectural studio Slawik has designed a prefab home that fits into the size of a standard shipping container. It is made in wood as to be warmer, easily and cheaply repaired as opposed to metal. With a small base footprint of just 7 m2 (75 ft2), the HomeBox differs from traditional container homes byContinue reading “Home Sweet Homebox: Studio Slawik”

The Goods are Always Greener: Biocouture

An innovative approach to textile technology is unfolding with this technique that harnesses nature’s forces. “BioCouture is a research project harnessing nature to propose a radical future fashion vision. We are investigating the use of microbial-cellulose, grown in a laboratory, to produce clothing. Our ultimate goal is to literally grow a dress in a vatContinue reading “The Goods are Always Greener: Biocouture”