3d printed sneakers, Method’s squeaky clean factory, and a briefcase BBQ.
PSFK highlights the important design stories of the week. Get caught up and discover what’s new in product, retail, automotive and architectural design.
The 3D Printed Sneakers That Could Give Nike A Run For Their Money [Video]
Printed with a flexible filament that allows the shoes to be folded up and stuffed in a bag.
adidas Springblade Pop-Up Innovation Lab In Seoul By Urbantainer
Sci-fi looking environment allowing visitors to experience the development process of the Springblade shoe.
Mercedes-AMG Studio By Bruce B.
A series of graphically driven pop-up meeting spaces were created for the automaker at Stuttgart Airport.
Why The Blueprint of the 21st Century Should Be Open Source
Should architects use adopt broader sharing technology to create better designed buildings.
William McDonough Designs Ultra “Clean” Manufacturing Facility for Method
Cleaning products maker Method unveils the environmentally friendly design of their first US factory.
IKEA Collection Targets 20-Something Urbanites Who Are Constantly Moving [Video]
The 2014 limited-edition collection features pieces by some well established designers.
Household Objects Become Musical Instruments With Sound Pegs By Nick Brennan
Wooden Clips register vibrations which get converted into a signal apps like Garageband convert to music.
Mon Oncle Portable BBQ Grill by RS Barcelona
If you’ve ever dreamed grilling your lunch at the office, here’s one resembling a briefcase.