Dinara Kasko is a pioneering pastry chef who creates delicious edible sculptures using 3D-printed moulds.

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In the heart of London’s Kew Gardens, sitting on a pedestal within the trees, is Wolfgang Buttress’s unique sculpture, ‘The Hive.’ Connected wirelessly to an actual beehive nearby, the sculptures prerecorded sounds and hundreds of lights respond in real time to the vibrations of the bees.

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Halo is a cute, aesthetic phone stand that doubles as a charger. It is completely made of wood, for minimalists who appreciate a more natural look for their phone accessories. It comes as either a wireless or a wire phone charger, but it’s similar to a charging pad. It has a suction cup so it […]

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Homes for Hope was created by USC School of Architecture students during the Fall 2016 semester. The course, called The Homeless Studio, was funded by the Martin Architecture and Design Workshop and led by MADWORKSHOP director Sofia Borges and board member R. Scott Mitchell. The founders of MADWORKSHOP, David and Mary Martin, wanted to […]

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Découvrez les coulisses et l’histoire de Kymono, le culture designer lancé par Olivier et The Family, et qui habillent les plus belles startups.

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WIRED takes a tour of the new LEGO House in Billund, Denmark. The “home of the brick” was designed by Bjarke Ingels Group and completely inspired by LEGO. The building uses the same dimensions as LEGO bricks, so you could technically build it out of LEGO. Once inside, visitors are treated to the ultimate LEGO […]

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Airbnb is hosting a contest for an overnight stay at the new Lego House in Denmark. The colorful mansion is filled with 25 million Lego bricks and houses a Masterpiece Gallery, Lego history museum, hands-on play zones, restaurant, and more.

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Apple restored a 1920s bank for its new location on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, one of the most expensive neighborhoods in America.

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Apple’s new flagship San Francisco store is a redesign of the brand’s shopping experience. Giant glass doors bring the outdoors inside to the new tree-lined Genius Grove where Creative Pros assist with music and photography apps and accessories.

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In this talk Jamin Hegeman addresses what service design looks like, and the future of service design. Service design is no longer new or unknown. The practice is maturing as service design firms gain experience and organizations start to bring service design in house. Journey maps are all the rage, and everyone is talking about […]

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