09 7 / 2014

casahmx:

Mueble para TV $1200

Base en blanco brillante y patas en madera de pino.

120 x 40 x 35 cm

Comprar

23 6 / 2014

dezzoi:

Xoloitzcuintli

dezzoi:

Xoloitzcuintli

(via fuckyeahmexico)

23 6 / 2014

fiftyshadesofcara:

cr7cristiano85:

La jugada de ayer de Ronaldo. Increíble. El mejor del mundo!

damn

fiftyshadesofcara:

cr7cristiano85:

La jugada de ayer de Ronaldo. Increíble. El mejor del mundo!

damn

23 6 / 2014

worclip:

Fragile Flexible Packaging System (2014) by Mireia Gordi i Vila

Photographed by Anna Queralt Maymo

Fragile looks into the world of shipping. A flexible packaging system as a reusable companion to the packaged object rather than a disposable skin. An inquiry into the materiality and the typologies of transport packaging for valuable goods. 

Form follows format.
Format follows logistics.


Fragile is a method for shipping valuable goods. By using the properties of an elastic composite membrane, Fragile traps objects of different shapes and weights in an immediate bespoke packaging. A standard for the non-standards. A quick method to ship works of art, collectibles and other singular objects in a package that is reusable, modular, collapsible and fits into existing logistics.

(via pinturicchio)

17 6 / 2014

Minibuilders | Saša Jokić | Petr Novikov | Via

Developed at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Minibuilders is a research project comprised of a family of small-scale construction robots capable of constructing objects far larger than the robot itself. Each of the robots is designed to perform a diverse task, linked to the different phases of construction, finally working together as a family towards the implementation of a single structural outcome.

The first robot, the Base Robot, lays down the first ten layers of material to create a foundation footprint. Sensors mounted inside the robot control direction, following a predefined path. Traveling in a circular path allows for a vertical actuator incrementally adjust the nozzle height for a smooth, continuous, spiraling layer. To create the main shell of the final structure the second robot, the Grip Robot, attaches to the foundation footprint. Its four rollers clamp on to the upper edge of the structure allowing it to move along the previously printed material, depositing more layers. Controlled by custom software the robot follows a predefined path, but can also adjust its path to correct errors within the printing process. Rotational actuators control height above the previous layer to maintain a consistent layer.

The data derived from the structural analysis is then translated into paths for the third and final robot, the Vacuum Robot. Using a vacuum generator this robot attaches to the surface of the previously printed structure. Moving freely over the first shell on its tracks, depositing material on the surface of the shell, enhancing its structural properties. This task can be performed by one robot, or a swarm of robots working in co-ordination.

(Source: ryanpanos, via monolithos)

17 6 / 2014

Yeh Wall Table / MENU

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14 5 / 2014

12 5 / 2014

Rethinking

 

Just because the clothes hanger is 100 years old doesn’t mean it can’t be done better.

Designer: Flow Design

(Source: departurelane, via pinturicchio)

09 5 / 2014

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09 5 / 2014

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