Self-healing and almost seamless bags by Herschel

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The bag company Herschel Supply Co. has launched two kinds of new fabric this year. The first, called Apexknit, can be woven into a particular shape, reducing waste and seams in the bag itself, and ...

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“The Smile” in London made from CLT

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A building made of wood may sound like nothing new, but still “The Smile” in London is the first of its kind. Made in a collaboration between Alison Brooks Architects, engineering firm Arup and the ...

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Limex: limestone material to replace paper and plastic

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Reading a book written on stone. You would think that time was long over and only something you would see in the Flintstones now, but the Japanese company TBM has brought this concept back. They ...

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“Starry Sea” by designer Alexandre Chapelin

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Do you ever lie in the grass at night, staring up at the starry sky? Or do you prefer the tranquillity of the ocean to dream? La Table combines the best of both worlds with ...

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Fully transparent solar charged PowerWindow

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Having solar panels on your roof is nowadays almost as common as having a roof in the first place. More and more innovations are thought up to provide power in a green manner, through things ...

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Solar and wind energy generated by fabric

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Charging your phone because the wind makes your curtains move, generating electricity. Today, it is possible. Not one, but two separate research groups have recently come up with a textile that can generate energy from ...

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