Anouk Wipprecht's Intel-Edison-powered, Materialise-printed “Synapse Dress” Logs Your Mood
Dutch tech-fashion designer Anouk Wipprecht has worked with Materialise once again to help create her latest futuristic vision. This time, she collaborated with our 3D Printing specialists and designer Niccolò Casas to 3D Print a dress that incorporates Intel Edison. By incorporating the power of Intel Edison, the dress works with the wearer to communicate fluctuations in their mood – not only to others, but it also logs the information so you can have a better understanding of how your own actions affect you. In other words, it’s a dress that functions as a “mood map”. To learn more about the dress, click here.
Patrick Jouin’s One_Shot.MGX and Solid C2 on Display at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Are you planning a trip to Amsterdam between October 25, 2014 and February 15th, 2015? Make sure to stop by the Stedelijk Museum to see the One_Shot.MGX stool and the Solid C2 chair by Patrick Jouin on display next to other forward-thinking designs in the “Superbox. New acquisitions of applied art & design” exhibition. If you aren’t able to make it to Amsterdam, you may find the stool at a city near you as its world tour hits the likes of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, or Design Hub Barcelona. The full list of museums can be found here.
Sale Item of the Month: Quin.MGX Floor
The Quin.MGX was chosen to be one of Time Magazine’s top 100 designs of 2008. It’s easy to see why as this lamp has a beautiful, complex design but also gives off a stunning, swooping path of patterned light that complements any room it calls home. Where would you put your Quin.MGX lamp?
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