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SunGlacier Makes Water From Thin Air

For the last six years Ap Verheggen has been developing a way to produce water from only two elements, sunshine and air! The form taken by this exploration is that of a ‘water-fountain’ (currently on display at the ‘Hague’). There,…

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CMYK BULB

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Minimal Kettle

Nils Chudy is a Design Academy graduate from Eindhoven. He’s invented a device called Miito. Miito heats water directly in a single cup, thus eliminating all that wasted energy associated with boiling water in a kettle when making a cup…

LUCID DREAMS OF LIGHT

There’s a place at Selfridges Department store in London called the Wonder Room. It previously hosted the work of Dutch designer Eric Klarenbeek. Entitled ‘Lucid Dream’, the work uses illuminating hand-blown glass bubble and LED lighting (with a lifespan of…

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Glass Box EcoHome

Although a ‘glass-home’ doesn’t sound very eco-friendly the Dutch architect Paul de Ruiter has made it just that! In the form of a glazed-box, one half of this home sits above the landscape and the other half remains buried underground….

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Enlightenment

Marjan van Aubel, a Dutch designer has designed a window made out of coloured solar cells! These cells harvest solar energy, transforming it into electricity. The energy generated is sufficient to charge small electronic devices. The zig-zagging orange, blue and…

SUN TABLES

The Dutch designer Marjan van Aubel has designed a solar-powered-table that recharges small electronic devices. The table uses daylight to generate energy. It has an orange see-through glass panel as table-top which rests on triangular legs. Within the table are…

CLOTHING IN MOTION

How about this for an energetic spin on clothing design! These clothes generate interference patterns called ‘moiré effects’ to create energetic visual displays for clothing. They are the work of Dutch graduate Anouk van de Sande. This designer has been…