Smart technologies and visionary solutions for a better tomorrow take centre stage at the Dubai Museum of the Future. The striking, pillarless architecture features a glimmering facade emblazoned with quotes written in Arabic calligraphy.
CES 2022: self driving tractors, androids and healthcare-tech. The world’s most important Consumer Electronic Show, ventures into the new year bringing forward innovation.
NINU, the first world’s smart fragrance dispenser, brings a fresh breeze in the ‘technically sleeping’ perfume industry. It democratises scent creation, allowing you to mix your own fragrance. Up for pre-order and ships from June 2022.
Thanks to patented dynamic ‘Liquid Crystal’ lenses, 32°N glasses can seamlessly switch between “reading mode” for near vision and “scenic mode” for far distances.
Are you ready to drive a chameleon car harnessing the technology of Kindle’s electronic paper? At CES 2022, BMW unveiled the potential for future interior and exterior applications of the colour-changing E Ink coating in automotive.
Iris Ceramica Group presents Hypertouch, a pioneering solution allowing you to control heating, ventilation, air conditioning, light, audio-video systems and windows by simply caressing a ceramic surface.
Let’s admit it; our smartphones often outsmart us. With the FANTASTIC SMARTPHONES exhibition, students at ECAL University have developed tongue-in-cheek devices, robots and interfaces able to hack our mobiles and make us reflect on how much we have become dependent on Tinder, Instagram, What’s Up or TicToc.
How would our life be without bike-sharing, Zoom, food delivery and dating apps, social networks, Amazon, Uber and Netflix? The PLATFORM AUSTRIA exhibition at Venice Biennale triggers critical thinking on platform-driven cities.
A ‘like’ in Malesia does affect a community near Dublin in terms of energy consumption. The ‘Entanglement’ exhibition at the Irish Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale 2021 brings the physicality of data infrastructure to the forefront, addressing the environmental, cultural and human impact of data
We have created a Pinterest board rounding-up somewhat we liked the most in Stockholm Design Week and at the virtual Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair.
This year, many Saint Valentine’s Day lovers have been apart from each other due to Covid-19 restrictions. Adam Basanta’s kinetic installation A TRULY MAGIC MOMENT brings together video call technology and the dizziness of spinning together hand in hand.
The pandemic has turned our lives upside-down. At the all-virtual Consumer Electronic Show, innovators presented smart gadgets and robots, helping us contain the COVID-19 spread and adjust to the new normal.
CES 2021 went all-digital, featuring more than 1900 exhibitors representing the entire tech spectrum from automotive to 5G, smart cities and beyond. From rollable smartphones to self-driving race-cars… But the real protagonist was Covid-tech.
We have created a Pinterest board rounding-up some of the greatest innovations and gadgets on show at the all-virtual CES2021.
Happy 2021! Robots Dynamics’ bots celebrate the New Year with a perfectly choreographed dance off party.
Yves Behar and his team at fuseproject unveiled the design of PROTEUS™, the world’s most advanced underwater scientific research station and habitat conceived as the submarine equivalent of the International Space Station.
While scientists, doctors, and nurses form the first line of defense, architects and designers can contribute to find solutions with design thinking.
China is facing a progressive isolation disrupting travel and business due to the Corona virus outbreak. Some of the country’s international events like DesignShanghai have being canceled, multinationals like Apple and Ikea shut the their stores, the stock exchange goes on a rollercoaster and major production plants stop, pausing whole supply chains on a global scale.
In order to contain the Corona virus outbreak the Chinese government has quarantined the whole city of Wuhan. We look into he most ambitious lockdown in the history of human civilization which turned a vibrant metropolis into a ghost town where silence reigns on empty streets, emergency hospitals are being built in few days and people living in high-rise apartment blocks shout words of encouragement to their neighbours at night
What if it a hand gesture or a swipe on the phone could monitor and control the energy consumption and environmental performance of your home? DiCE smart home device helps to check on air quality, control energy waste and monitor plants health through a colorful interactive design.
Urban flying taxis, solar-powered compact electric tricycles and Jurassic Park-inspired electric wheelchairs… CES 2020: flying taxis, solar-powered electric tricycles and Jurassic Park-inspired wheelchairs. Archipanic’s Editor in Chief Enrico Zilli picks 5 future mobility innovations debuting in Las Vegas.5 future mobility innovations debuting in Las Vegas.
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Green with envy because of your friend’s green thumb? LG indoor gardening appliance will allow everybody to easily grow herbs, lettuce and other greens all year round.
Toyota Woven City, the sustainable urban development and living laboratory at the foothills of Mount Fuji will bring together sharing-economy, self driving mobility and smart homes in a fully connected ecosystem powered by hydrogen fuel cells.
CES 2020 sustainable startups: sharing solar energy, affordable carpooling and a smart compact cooler are among the sustainable innovations in Las Vegas.
From an inflatable permanent lunar settlement to a Sputnik replica making some noise at Burning Man festival. We rounded up some of the ultimate and most visionary moon-inspired designs and architectures.
Do not expect real animals at Roncalli Circus… And enjoy animated holograms updating circus traditions to the ultimate immersive technologies.
The first genderless voice technology and retail space but also a gender-free furniture and pioneering beauty brands… Archipanic explores the ‘neutral’ leading trend going beyond stereotypes.
Gareth Neal digitally crafts the Hack Chair II, a Georgian seat trapped in a raw oak lumber using a robotic arm as an extension of the craftsman’s hand and tactile knowledge.
A bulbous 3D-printed bio-architecture powered by bacteria’s photosynthesis and an algorithmically designed spatial scaffolding revealing the alien beauty of spiders’ crafts. ecoLogicStudio’s bio-digital sculptures merge Nature’s architectural imprint with synthetic technologies.