Leap redesigns the daily commute experience into something akin to first-class air travel
Leap is a new commuting option for those in San Francisco who want an experience more pleasant than typical public transportation affords but still want to avoid the hassle and pollution of driving their own car.
Classic arcade games were installed by Swedavia and the Red Cross to encourage travelers to donate left-over coins
Two Swedish airports have installed popular arcade game machines in order to encourage travelers with some spare time and spare change to make a donation to a good cause. This Charity Arcade lets people play for the Red Cross, providing a fun new kind of charitable donation that rewards people who are willing to part with a few of their coins.
The Press Hotel enshrines a rich journalistic past long gone from the front page
It used to be that every city, even if it was a small one, had a newspaper that people read every day as one of the few sources of information. It was a source of civic pride and unity. These days, such institutions are endangered, but the elegant physical buildings that once held them remain. And The Press Hotel, designed by developer Jim Brady for the Portland Press Herald building, is set to open in April, for the first time lionizing this often-marginalized art.
JAM IN THE VAN is outfitted with a full HD audio/video production suite
JAM IN THE VAN is a solar-powered mobile music studio and discovery platform that is set to travel over 10,000 miles this year. Housed inside an RV, it greatly differs from typical music studio setups and is able to hit the road in search of music to record.
Visitors of Das Park Hotel can sleep in upcycled, inexpensive berths
Travelers to Ottensheim, Austria or Essen, Germany have a new and inexpensive option for a simple hotel room. The Das park hotel provides a basic bed-and-shower option what provides safe, eco-friendly alternatives to traditional hotel stays.
Proposed British Arways aviation upgrades will allow for a variety of unique seat structures and increased personal space
It’s no secret within the airline industry that seat comfort and personal space are two critical components to what a traveler deems as a pleasant flight. In a recent patent application from British Airways, we see three potential designs for economy, premium economy and business-class seats that travelers could anticipate to be unlike any of the current seat offerings.