This Week In Design

This Week In Design

PSFK compiles this past week's top design stories featuring inspired products, furniture and automobiles.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 8 may 2012

Here is a look at this past week’s standout design stories you shouldn’t miss.

Is this the next Mini? Sonny Lim sketches the next-generation Mini(above)

Color gradients in furniture: New from BRANCA by Marco Sousa Santos

Chairs become indoor soccer nets: Lazy Football Chair By Emanuele Magini For Campeggi

Products designed to evolve with the user: Epilogue – Prologue by Design Soil

Iconic classroom clock returns: 1960s IBM Clock Reissue

Ski jacket reinterpreted as a sofa: Gilles & Boissier: Sit On My Doudoune Sofa For Moncler

LED light uses magnets to expand uses: Neil Poulton: Ipparco For Artemide

FITCH sweeps Retail Design Awards: FITCH Wins Triple Crown of Retail Design Awards

Radical park proposal for NYC: A Proposal To Give NYC Two Things It Lacks: Canals And A Waterfront Boardwalk

Eyecandy: Watercolors by Amy Park


Transformable Table Maximizes Utility In Small Spaces

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Syndicated Today

How Fashion Became All About Fonts

Why a new wave of designs have put typography front and center on your clothing

Retail Today

GM And Audi Are Experimenting With Car Rentals In SF

The automakers are trying something new to capture the segment of urban dwellers who don't want to own a car


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This Vertical Forest Hotel Will Improve The Air Around It

An architectural firm is creating a lush mountain lodging in China with so much greenery that it will actually clean the atmosphere

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This Company Believes Insects Can Provide Biofuel To Power Our Future

A Polish group is testing out a new factory concept that can provide a source of renewable energy, and even serve space missions

Technology Today

Music Venue Caters To Virtual Reality Events

Boiler Room has launched the first VR hub for content creators to capture special footage for the masses

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Automated Chessboard Lets You Play Against Anyone In The World

Square Off is an AI-powered board that can move the pieces on its own


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Contraband Recorder Helps Those In Need Capture Captive Conversations

Designer Marianna Mezhibovkaya created the device to help prison inmates capture crucial evidence of abuse

Advertising Today

A Compelling Brand Purpose Is Never Born In The Boardroom

Strategist and Designer Anna-Rae Morris shares why she believes all brands exist for a reason, and how Snapchat has upended our behavior

Retail Today

Creative Leadership Expert: Experiencing A Seismic Shift From Brand Loyalty To Interface Loyalty

Marc Shillum, founder of Chief Creative Office, explains why product designers must rethink the way they capture consumer attention

Fitness & Sport Today

Editorial Roundtable: The Xs And Os Of Performance-Enhanced Sports

WHOOP, ShotTracker, Rithmio, PlaySight, STYR Labs, EverybodyFights and Lift / Next Level Floats explain that we're only at the iceberg's tip of performance enhancement

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Microsoft’s New E-Paper Sticky Note Runs On Ambient Light

Researchers have developed the first e-ink display powered entirely by office bulbs

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Modern Home Created Entirely Out Of Modular Shipping Crates

A project in Ecuador used the ubiquitous material to design a spacious and industrial-chic house

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