• Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Nicolette Bodewes has created a tactile toolkit designed to be used in psychotherapy sessions.
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  • This beautiful design is 2°C, a toothbrush that reduces the overall plastic waste by a staggering 87%! This has been achieved through the implementation of a high-quality reusable body that accommodates the disposable brush heads. Requiring just the heads to be replaced every six months. Its intriguing design doesn’t end at sustainability, packed into the magnetic base is a technology that quietly tracks your brushing stats, etc.
  • LEGO Launches Braille Bricks for Children to Learn Braille - Design Milk
  • Air Filled Radiator - In the attempt to use highly heat-conductive helium in place of oil, the designers came up with an Air Filled Radiator, which is lighter and more sustainable. It uses highly heat-conductive aluminium instead of iron fins, which reduces the weight by half and makes all the materials recyclable. #RedDot #DesignConcept #domesticaid
  • benjamin hubert unveils app-controlled seating concept for airbus
  • We are getting closer to giving you a non-plastic, pro-gorgeous hair care line. Here’s a preview of our packaging, designed by @wernerdesignwerks We’re launching ASAP but not soon enough. #plasticpollution #goodbyeplastic #zerowaste #hellohibar
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  • We have recently designed a range of minimal, super hygienic baby products for the UK based brand Borrn. A range of silicone bottles and…
  • There’s a gap in equipment between SCUBA diving and snorkelling. Freedive bridges that gap. With Freedive people can dive to six meters and stay there for…
  • A Programmable Tattoo System, $150 | 37 Awesome Things You Need To Put On Your Wishlist Immediately
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  • Technology promotes wellbeing    Tech brands will be making a big impression at this year's design week, with Google making its Milan debut, and both Panasonic and Dassault Systèmes planning big events. A key topic for all three of these companies is how digital devices can become part of a healthy lifestyle.    Google is working with trend forecaster Li Edelkoort on an exhibition investigating how electronic devices of the future could become more tactile.
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  • Reusable Fragile packaging forms a protective skin around delicate objects
  • <p>In the U.S., green burials are becoming more popular, as people realize the environmental problems caused by our regular burial methods.</p>
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  • The materials are screaming to be touched and experienced through a series of events and workshops devoted to the various senses. I don’t know about you, but I think it looks cozy and inviting and full of texture that I just want to touch and explore.
  • Woolen Coffins Offer a Green Alternative for Burials
  • Instrument de musique Neo par Lola Gielen • Journal du Design   ● NEO • music instrument that everybody can play    Designer :  Lola Gielen ( Nederlands)
  • Socket Pop for Energy Savings             Unplugging devices is the easiest way to conserve energy and we have seen many attempts in the past to enforce this. However none of them have been this cool and easy as the Eco-socket. Once you are done with using a device, the socket automatically detects lower energy consumption and kinda pops the plug for you! When you need to use it again, simply push in the plug and you are good to go! Energy saved and you didn’t even have to do a thing!
  • The Chochin heater, designed by Kodai Iwamoto
  • The Little Sun Diamond light has been unveiled in Cape Town, South Africa at Design Indaba, and is Eliasson's latest move to reduce kerosene consumption.
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  • Stefan Diez's Soba bamboo furniture naturally changes colour over time
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  • nendo's solo exhibition 'forms of movement' showcases tactile designs of time, air and motion