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EXPERIMENT 2016_01_00097  This arresting experiment expresses how motion led by myriad microorganisms creates an explosive molecular structure.  On display at Nike's Nature of Motion exhibition during Milano Design Week, celebrating the endless explorations of movement.

EXPERIMENT 2016_01_00097 This arresting experiment expresses how motion led by myriad microorganisms creates an explosive molecular structure. On display at Nike's Nature of Motion exhibition during Milano Design Week, celebrating the endless explorations of movement.

The bugaboo bee³, fit with summer accessories, escapes to the country with Mother Pukka. Read more about lifestyle, parenting and design on the bugaboo journal.

The bugaboo bee³, fit with summer accessories, escapes to the country with Mother Pukka. Read more about lifestyle, parenting and design on the bugaboo journal.

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bugaboo.com - journal - bugaboo by diesel collection

Apaya Cat | Aqua Creations | Lighting and Furniture AtelierApaya Ponyo Floor Lamp  Designed by Ayala Serfaty in  collaboration with textile artist Irit Dulman 120 - 240V Model  FL with ECG dimmable [Type C] 4 x 28W bulbs UL Listed 38 x 38 x 183cm, 15 x 15 x 72" Weight: 16kg / 35.2lb

Apaya Cat | Aqua Creations | Lighting and Furniture AtelierApaya Ponyo Floor Lamp Designed by Ayala Serfaty in collaboration with textile artist Irit Dulman 120 - 240V Model FL with ECG dimmable [Type C] 4 x 28W bulbs UL Listed 38 x 38 x 183cm, 15 x 15 x 72" Weight: 16kg / 35.2lb

Olivier Van Herpt has been researching 3D printing technology for ceramics for about two years.  With his self-designed extruder, Van Herpt was able to experiment with textures, surfaces, shapes and sizes.  The result is a 3d printer that extrudes hard clay to create intricate patterns reminiscent of the artisanal work of yore.

Olivier Van Herpt has been researching 3D printing technology for ceramics for about two years. With his self-designed extruder, Van Herpt was able to experiment with textures, surfaces, shapes and sizes. The result is a 3d printer that extrudes hard clay to create intricate patterns reminiscent of the artisanal work of yore.

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