Dave Pinter: Top Design Stories Of The Week

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.

 

recreus-sneakerbot-3D-printed-shoes-2.jpg

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.

 

design_week_03-14-2014_7

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.

 

design_week_03-14-2014_4

Mercedes-AMG Studio By Bruce B.
A series of graphically driven pop-up meeting spaces were created for the automaker at Stuttgart Airport.

 

design_week_03-14-2014_6

Why The Blueprint of the 21st Century Should Be Open Source
Should architects use adopt broader sharing technology to create better designed buildings.

 

design_week_03-14-2014_5

William McDonough Designs Ultra “Clean” Manufacturing Facility for Method
Cleaning products maker Method unveils the environmentally friendly design of their first US factory.

 

IKEA-PS2014-collection-8.jpg

IKEA Collection Targets 20-Something Urbanites Who Are Constantly Moving [Video]
The 2014 limited-edition collection features pieces by some well established designers.

 

design_week_03-14-2014_1

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.

 

 

design_week_03-14-2014_0

design_week_03-14-2014_9

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.

 

Comments

Quantcast