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Dave Pinter: Top Design Stories Of The Week

Dave Pinter: Top Design Stories Of The Week
Design

Solar charging apparel, Portland's bikescraper, and a concept house equally designed for both sexes.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 17 january 2014

PSFK highlights the important design stories of the week. Get caught up and discover what’s new in product, retail, automotive and architectural design.

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Dover Street Market Fashion Store Opens In New York

A look at the latest market-themed retail store by Japanese fashion brand Comme des Garçons.

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Zapiekanka Restaurant In Warsaw Modeled On A Market Booth By MFRMGR

Modernizes a classic Polish food common in market booths and stalls in the 1990’s.

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Das Haus: Conceptual Future Home Installed At imm Cologne By Louise Campbell

A living environment designed to represent the coming together of feminine and masculine.

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3D Printed Open Source Stationery Collection

Early example of a public download/ make-on-demand product.

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Three New Restaurants at National Railway Museum Allude to the Glorious Heritage of Rail Travel

Designs which revive history without getting cliché.

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Wearable Solar Clothing That Charges your Smartphone

Wearer can transform the garment to capture the sun’s light.

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Seating That Can Be Used for Sharing, Chilling or Hiding

What happens when a sofa and picnic table get together.

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Miami Beach Scraps OMA’s Winning Convention Center Design

Evidence that the best design is not always the best.

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Portland’s “Bikescraper” Breaks Bike-Parking Record

A residential building marketed towards bike commuters offering 1,204 onsite bike parking spots.

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Banned Books Week Urges People To Seek Out Controversial Works

Joining the annual celebration of the right to read, US author Jessica Herthel called for 'more information, more voices' to protect diversity

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Outdoor Camp Presented In 360° VR By X Games Gold Medalist

The video features campers riding BMX trails, zip lining through the woods, and performing big-air jumps

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Boeing Wants Passengers To Control Their In-Flight Experience Through Their Phones

The airline manufacturer is embracing automation through a new generation of mobile travel apps

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CoinOut is a new app that lets you save your extra change from cash transactions as electronic funds

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Artist Designs Covers For Books That Don’t Exist

Published by the fictional 'Specious Books,' the subversive works facilitate a conversation regarding the artistic integrity of graphic designers

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Editorial Roundtable: The Arrival Of The People-First Workplace

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