Dave Pinter: Top Design Stories This Week
Magnetic glasses, a 3D printable travel wardrobe, furniture and motorcycle design clash.
PSFK highlights the important design stories of the week. Get caught up and discover what’s new in product, retail, transportation and architectural design.
Motorbike Reinterpreted As A Furniture Piece By Joe Velluto
It isn’t a rolling sofa but an interesting experiment of cross discipline design.
Leica T System Engineered With Audi Using A Single Block Of Aluminum
Audi lends its expertise in aluminum fabrication for this hand made digital camera.
Nendo Replaces Screws With Magnets In Magne-Hinge Glasses
The mechanism allows users to quickly swap different arm colors and styles.
Bikini Island By Werner Aisslinger For Moroso
A modular furniture system that allows mixing and matching pieces to create a custom set.
Ruud Van De Wier Shapes Firstcall Chair Into Phone For Privacy
Inspired by the shape of old phone headsets, the chair screens out surrounding noise.
Revolutionary Mattress That Fits Inside The Trunk Of A Cab
A new US company looking to take the agony out of moving a mattress.
A Team-Up We’d Love To See: Ikea & Minale-Maeda
Netherlands-based design studio has developed a downloadable component that can be 3D printed and made into a table.
3D Print Your Bag & Everything You’ll Need On A Trip
Janne Kyttanen has developed a wardrobe of digital files that can be printed at a travel destination.
Cut & Paste Wallpaper Collection By All The Fruits
Non-repeating eclectic wallpaper patterns that offer a modern update to an old school decorating tool.
MoMA Design Store Unveils Kickstarter Collection
During NYCxDesign 2014, MoMA will offer a selection of hit products launched on Kickstarter.
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