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Orproject developed a series of algorithms that digitally generate open and closed venation patterns, which can be used to simulate the growth of topiaries. The systems consist of a set of seed points that grow and branch towards target points in order to maximize exposure to light for each leaf.
Last year bike enthusiasts Nic Grobler and Stan Engelbrecht published bicycle portraits, a beautiful photographic exploration of bicycle commuter life in South Africa. Engelbrecht has a fascination with the mechanics of the bicycle and a background in photography...
Spike S-512 is a supersonic jet that will enable travelers to reach destinations in half the time it currently takes. Passengers will be able to fly from NYC to London in 3-4 hours instead of 6-7 hours. LA to Tokyo in 8 hours instead of 14-16 hours.
The eco holiday becomes chic! In tribute to the trend of go wild, the irresistible recall of a holiday into the wild (but with all comforts to which we couldn’t give up...) Black Cabin was created, the largest Tree House in Europe that at least as children we dreamt.
Legend has it that chess was invented by the Greek Palamedes to keep his soldiers from getting bored during the Trojan war…
GQ team up with Fellow Barber to open a barbershop at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The barbershop will offer men’s haircuts and shaves as well as products that we normally see on the pages of GQ
We are recollecting our favorite 13 moments, designers and occasions of 2013 as we are still welcoming the new year. Read, browse and get inspired for 2014!
When choosing a Christmas tree, so many factors come into force! Synthetic or a live one? Growing in a pot or cut and propped up in a stand? Bombarded with familiar images of the green clad tree weighted under a number of baubles and glittering lights, only conventional comes to mind!
It all began with the ancient people of Northern Europe who had to live through the cold dark nights of the Winter Solstice, a time when the only trees to survive in the forests were the hardy evergreens.
A wise person once said that Christmas is a time when memories are made, so why not begin a new family tradition of DIY decorating to add to the memory box? It’s incredibly simple, just decide on a style and colour scheme and look around your home for interesting items to use.