Nestled in the small city of Molsheim, France is the place where one of the most advanced automobiles in the world comes to life. The sequel to the 268 mph Veyron, the Chiron is even more complex, requiring over 1,800 individual parts to build. Continue reading
Much like suspension bridges, tree top walks are a great way to get close to nature and see the world from a new perspective.
The series of bridges that make up these tree top walks are usually suspended high in the trees and have lookout points along the way so you can stop on a secure platform and take in your surroundings. Continue reading
The installation and exhibitions will open until the 12th June 2016, from 10am to 10pm.
The scaffolding structure, assembled by Dutch Steigers, will take visitors 29 metres up to the roof top of the Groot Handelsgebouw until the 12th June. A viewing platform offers stunning views of the city’s skyline whilst the iconic Kriterion Cinema Continue reading
From Bangalore-based studio Lucid Design comes the ‘Kit Bike’, a conceptual bicycle conceived to overcome the associated hassles of traveling with a bike.
Designed to be light weight, compact and minimal, the Kit Bike can be assembled and dismantled easily and quickly, without any engineering complications or the need for prior knowledge of bicycle construction. Continue reading
MOON is a lunar globe designed by Kudu and Oscar Lhermitte, paying respect to the accurate topography of the Moon. Helped by algorithms, a ring of LED light follow on real-time the cycles of the Moon and lights up its right side. This project uses as ressource the latest NASA datas and its program Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, and the advanced expertise of the two designers, in electronic/mechanism engineering and molding. Continue reading
The Angel of the North is a steel sculpture of an angle with outstretched wings that stand 20 meters tall on top of a hill in Tyneside, outside Gateshead, in England, towering over the landscape and dwarfing all those who come to see it. The sculpture has a wingspan of 54 meters – greater than that of a Boeing 757, and has the ability to withstand winds of over 100 mph, thanks to its 200 ton weight. These superlative figures make the Angel of the North Britain’s largest sculpture. Continue reading