TECHNOLOGY
17.05
metalocus, DANIEL MADERA
Mayice Estudio has been in charge of designing these 13 suspended lamps made entirely of glass with the technique of blown glass for the Royal Glass Factory.
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15.05
metalocus, ÁNGEL LADER
Technology developed at MIT could enable faster, cheaper, more adaptable building construction.
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15.05
metalocus, ÁNGEL LADER
You imagine, a lock securely connects to your phone wirelessly, giving you the ability to lock or unlock your door as you leave or approach and effortlessly share access with friends and family. This is Friday Lock, a smartlock designed by BIG.
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03.05
metalocus, LAURA CENTELLAS
This two-room, pavilion-like store was designed for a unique location within Palo Alto’s Stanford Shopping Center.
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28.04
metalocus, DANIEL MADERA
MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab, Steelcase and award-winning product designer Christophe Guberan collaborated to create a new 3D printing process unveiled at Milano Design Week.
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19.04
metalocus, ANDRÉS TERRAIN
The Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD) and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) at the University of Stuttgart have completed a new research pavilion exploring building-scale fabrication of glass and carbon fibre-
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05.04
metalocus, ÁNGEL BLANCO
Attractive places to live are in increasingly short supply in today’s cities. And when it comes to those living spaces, the responsible use of resources is an issue of gathering urgency.
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28.03
metalocus, INÉS LALUETA
The Stad Peninsula in Norway has one of the most dangerous coastlines in the region. As the meeting place between the Norwegian Sea and North Sea, the turbulent waters have claimed the lives of dozens sailors over the last several decades.
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27.03
metalocus, INÉS LALUETA
The world's largest artificial Sun started shining in Jülich on 23 March 2017. Among other things, the facility is intended to develop production processes for solar fuels, including hydrogen.
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19.03
metalocus, OLGA SVISHCHEVA
What if the modern technology, that becomes more and more developed and affordable, would be used not only for economically viable projects but for a noble cause of conserving and transmiting the world´s architectural heritage?
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