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How to Design an Office Space That Inspires Healthy Work Habits
How to Design an Office Space That Inspires Healthy Work Habits

PSFK speaks to Flavorpill Founder Sascha Lewis about creating a space that keeps people happy, energized and focused

What’s on your desk in front of you: water bottles, tsotchkes, legos, magazines? Are you neatly-organized, or are papers and post-it note reminders scattered everywhere? A desktop can say a lot about a person and their work habits, and the items we keep at arms’ reach have the ability to encourage or inspire productivity.

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Avoid a Bad Time and Sunburn With This Smart Bikini
Avoid a Bad Time and Sunburn With This Smart Bikini

Spinali Design brings wearable technologies to the beach (where skin cancer runs rampant)

The French are credited with creating the modern bikini, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that French company Spinali Design has created a smart bikini to help women monitor sun exposure responsibly.

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Self-Aware Architecture Would Learn From and Adapt to Its Environment
Self-Aware Architecture Would Learn From and Adapt to Its Environment

AA School's Design Research Lab's (AADRL) Spyropoulos Design team challenges technology to produce robo-architects

Architects may soon see a new advancement in their profession. AA School’s Design Research Lab’s (AADRL) Spyropoulos Design team are working to create architecture that is self-aware and creates different forms on its own.

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Ring Listens to All Your Phone Commands
Ring Listens to All Your Phone Commands

Taiwanese startup creates the Aring for touch-free phone operation

The Aring is a fashionable ring that doubles as a wireless interface for your smartphone. With a built-in microphone, a single button and Bluetooth connectivity, the small device plans to change the way we interact hands-free with our smartphones.

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The Flushable Pregnancy Test
The Flushable Pregnancy Test

Lia is the first flushable and eco-friendly pregnancy test designed to uphold environmental sustainability and personal privacy

With landfills piling up everywhere, trash management has been a common problem in many countries. Add to that the daily use of pregnancy tests from millions of women around the world, truth be told, the additional plastic waste isn’t helping one bit. Lia is the first ever innovative design that will change how women use pregnancy tests.

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Lounge Chair Created in a Single Five-Week-Long Print
Lounge Chair Created in a Single Five-Week-Long Print

The furniture piece by 3D Systems' Janne Kyttanen features a lattice structure consisting of 6,000 layers

3D printing technology has been revolutionizing the world of design and creation by allowing designers and makers to go beyond what used to limit them in terms of tools and production. Thanks to the technology, designers and makers are now able to produce shapes that are as complex and fascinating as the forms that we see in nature. Take this beautiful lounge chair designed and 3D printed by Janne Kyttanen, a Senior Creative Fellow at 3D Systems, for example.

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Fridge Grants Free Beer Through Six-Language Passcode
Fridge Grants Free Beer Through Six-Language Passcode

Molson Canadian celebrates Canada's multiculturalism with a creatively accessed toast

What makes someone Canadian? A question had been raised by Molson Canadian, a beer company seeking a deeper relationship with their customers. By placing a large, red fridge in the middle of a park they received numerous answers. The red fridge held a pale white layer of text on the side, asking anyone who approached to say they were Canadian.

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Geoff Cook: What Brooklyn’s Recent Museum Hires Mean for the Future of Cultural Institutions
Geoff Cook: What Brooklyn’s Recent Museum Hires Mean for the Future of Cultural Institutions

Geoff Cook, founding partner at Base Design, examines the hirings of Anne Pasternak (Brooklyn Museum) and Katy Clark (BAM) and what they mean for the brand identities of Brooklyn establishments

Over the past month, we have witnessed two of Brooklyn’s most prominent cultural institutions select new leaders: Katy Clark at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) and now Anne Pasternak at the Brooklyn Museum. Though each is arriving to their new posts with a great deal of experience, Clark and Pasternak have their work cut out for them to successfully take these two storied institutions into the next phase of their life cycles.

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Butterfly Keyboard Makes Typing a Customizable Breeze
Butterfly Keyboard Makes Typing a Customizable Breeze

The heirloom-grade Model 01 keyboard does away with keyboards' longstanding unfriendliness to the human hands

The Model 01 shifts the design of a typical keyboard. Focusing on the ergonomics of typing, the keyboard’s keys are spread out evenly for your fingers without a large spread. The keyboard scales down the size of a typical keyboard by cutting it in half, making all keys reachable by either hand.

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