Reliable Structures: A Truly Minimalist Table

April 23, 2010 by  
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Talk about minimal! Caroline Woolard and Elizabeth Tubergen of the 6 Foot Collaboratory have designed the simplest of all possible tables, supported entirely by the cooperation of the diners. Designboom writes that “users must band together, literally holding the furniture together with their bodies.” Just don’t forget the salt…. Read the full story on TreeHugger

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3D Concrete Printer Could Build Benches on Earth, Bases on Moon

April 23, 2010 by  
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Story by David Bois, originally published April 2010 on Tonic.com. ; Photo by the.Firebottle via Flickr .

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Piksol, Solar Pixels to Decorate Buildings with Art (video)

April 1, 2010 by  
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A facade covered with Piksols on a sunny day. Image by Drzach & Suchy (more images below) After flexible solar panels and spray-on solar cells , Drzach & Suchy , an architect who works in Basel and a cryptographer and software engineer who works in Zurich, have designed Piksol ; a solar pix…

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