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An American design studio has developed a system of wall panels, the surface reacts with body heat. Another way of understanding the interaction between the user and the environment.

Ron Arad puts the bathroom upside down. For the manufacturer Teuco he designed a bath of a new kind. On the wall, it turns into shower by simple rotation.

A New York design studio offers a series of movable partitions Bentwood. An original interior solution available to measure.

Concealing a flat screen behind a glass wall mirror, this is what the Swiss company offers Raymura. Off, and television remains completely invisible. On, only the image displayed appears in the mirror. Antidesign wish.

Put a little poetry in everyday objects, those objects which habit has rendered almost invisible. Thus, a single sink stopper or a Phillips screw gracefully reappear under the pencil Joana Meroz of.

It's a fine day that the air conditioning needs are greatest. What could be more logical since to use solar energy to power an air conditioner? This is what we proposed the company Greencore's air conditioning unit with integrated solar panel.

Discover Sensacell, combining interactive LED lighting system and sensors to create surfaces is enlightening to your contact. Technology disappears behind the effect, simple, dramatic and poetic.

Inspired by industrial design, designer Marco Dessi offers us his radiator wall mounting. The gross appearance gives way to the elegance and minimalism, inert object is animated, changing wave traveled to.

MIT researchers have developed a solar energy storage system inspired by the principle of photosynthesis. A discovery which should make it possible in the near future to supply energy to our homes and vehicles.

The Japanese company Asahipen has developed a painting of a new kind. Shinatsu called, meaning "anti-heat shield" in Japanese, it helps to block sunlight and thus reduce the indoor temperature in strong sunlight.
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