Created in 1980, with its brutalist aesthetics, minimal interiors and square shape, Fiat Panda managed to conquer the hearts of 6 million people.
The company wants to expedite access to critical and scarce components in the health sector by offering a collection of free 3D-printable designs and fast access to printers.
For sure, such devices look gorgeous on billboards, but lack of usability in favor of shallow aesthetics. And yet, manufacturers keep on bringing them about.
The launch of the new Huawei P40 lineup, which doesn’t have any Google’s mobile services because of Trump administration’s ban, is the best opportunity to reflect on how our lives and the Cloud are nowadays part of the same, huge project.
Slim is a line of rational design that conveys great lightness. Tables, coffee tables, consoles, sofas and benches that meet all tastes and requirements. Thanks to the different available combinations the collection fits in all situations: home, contract spaces and also outdoor.
Sustainable technology saves the day in times of scarcity and uncertainty. Here’s five ideas to kickstart your own self-sufficient indoor garden.
Italy continues to produce 3D-printed emergency valves for ventilators, while other governments cancel industrial production lines in order to respond to demand. Massimo Temporelli from the Fab Lab Italia explains how this little miracle of Italian auto-production was made possible.
Shigeru Ban, the architect of La Seine Musicale in Paris, talks about his concept of public, private and intermediary space, the importance of architecture that serves society and the strategies he adopts to produce meaningful designs.
The eScrambler by Switch is a very promising electric mid-sized motorcycle with an unusual design, a top speed of 150km/h and a 93-miles range.
Well, it hasn’t. Simply the company doesn’t show off unfinished product anymore. Because, nostalgia aside, the concept design culture the company embraced in the Eighties didn’t lead to anything good.
The Korean company unveiled a new concept that packs a futuristic setup with a design that takes hints from both Porsche and Tesla.
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Apple couldn’t gather journalists for a preview of its new iPad Pro, but Augmented Reality came to the rescue for a virtual hands-on, forcing us to a technological mea culpa.