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Buenos Aires Metro’s Historic Line A

Posted by // December 11th, 2012 // Product Design

Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, is home to almost thirteen million people within the metropolitan area who all require an efficient way to travel around the city. This is achieved with the Buenos Aires Metro, known locally as the Subte, which first opened in 1913 as the first underground system in the Southern Hemisphere….

Brussels’ Controversial Christmas Tree

Posted by // December 4th, 2012 // Product Design

Christmas markets are currently being held across Europe, the tradition dating as far back as the fourteenth century. Running over the four weeks of Advent, they are typically held in city centres with a range of temporary stalls selling food, drink and seasonal gifts. The markets are particularly popular in Germany, with many becoming tourist…

The ADzero Bamboo Smartphone

Posted by // December 3rd, 2012 // Product Design

ADzero is the world’s first bamboo smartphone and offers consumers a more natural looking alternative to the dominant industry brands. The idea comes from Kieron-Scott Woodhouse, a product design graduate who has developed the device with the backing of an investor, Jerry Lin, who was looking to push a new high-end product into the growing…

November’s Coolest Kickstarter Projects

Posted by // November 30th, 2012 // Product Design

Most of you will have heard of Kickstarter by now. The crowd funding website has gained considerable attention as being the number one source of publicly funded initiatives. Projects can range from musician Amanda Palmer raising money for her new album and tour to the Pebble E-paper watch that has seen over ten million U.S….

TAM Airlines’ New In-Flight Cabin

Posted by // November 21st, 2012 // Product Design

TAM Linhas Aéreas (TAM Airlines) is the largest airline in Brazil and part of the LATAM Airlines Group which also owns LAN of Chile. Headquartered in São Paulo since its foundation in 1976, the airline runs a fleet of 156 (with another 133 aircraft currently on order). It currently operates five different Airbus and two…

The Best iPhone 5 Accessories So Far…

Posted by // November 17th, 2012 // Product Design

The announcement of the sixth generation iPhone in September launched a mass frenzy for manufacturers as third parties fought to quickly develop and release peripherals and accessories. This was especially necessary as the iPhone 5 is eighteen percent thinner and twenty percent lighter than its predecessor, the iPhone 4S. At just seven point six millimetres…

Kitchenware Inspired by Vinyl Records

Posted by // November 14th, 2012 // Product Design

Joseph Joseph is a British kitchenware manufacturer that was founded in 2003 by twin brothers Richard and Anthony Joseph. Having gained a reputation for innovative and beautiful products, their creations are now available in retail stores including Urban Outfitters and John Lewis. We’ve picked our favourites from the Joseph Joseph collection. These two chopping boards…

Libreria Albero – Tree-Shaped Bookcase

Posted by // November 8th, 2012 // Product Design

Roberto Corazza is an Italian designer from the north-east province of Pordenone who has created this stunning bookcase. The Libreria Albero (Library Tree) is a tree-shaped bookcase that offers a unique twist on a classic, natural shape. It contrasts sharply with the common straight lines of traditional shelving furniture and would stand out as a…