Herman Miller’s Making of “Setu”

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Desk chairs increasingly have more than one user. How do you accomodate this, ergonomically, without having to set it up each time you use it? A look at the long and iterative process of producing a chair that is instantly comfortable

How the Dyson Hot Works

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A Dyson engineer walks us through the workings of their new Hot and how it efficiently keeps a space heated.

Audi ‘Hummingbird’ Behind The Scenes

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The Mill write: Take a look behind the scenes at how we helped BBH and Knucklehead’s Daniel Barber create the Audi Hummingbird and his magical mechanical world.

Making a Ritte Muur Bicycle

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Some of the build process of the  stainless steel and carbon Muur road frame, by Ritte Cycles.

The Birth of a Tool. Axe Making

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This is a short documentary movie that shows the whole process of how the John Neeman tools are being hand crafted.   “It is a tragedy of the first magnitude that millions of people have ceased to use their hands

The Rolls-Royce Assembly Line

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A look into the Assembly line of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood. UK. Beautifully Filmed by Carl Pendle, you can see more of his work on his website, and his vimeo page. Carl Pendle writes: Rolls-Royce very kindly let me do a

The Birth of a Book

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A short vignette of a book being created using traditional printing methods. For the Daily Telegraph. Shot at Smith-Settle Printers, Leeds, England. The book being printed is Suzanne St Albans’ ‘Mango and Mimosa’ published as part of the Slightly Foxed

The Knife Maker

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A project from bureauofcommongoods.com, Made by Hand is a new short film series celebrating the people who make things by hand—sustainably, locally, and with a love for their craft. In [their] second film, [they] meet writer turned knife maker Joel Bukiewicz

Cake: The Value of Experiences

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Amber Reyland writes: A self directed project looking into the value of process and shared experiences compared with the convenience of shop bought products. In this series of experiences I wanted to emphasise the value of sharing an experience towards

Dry the River Horses (a 3D poster)

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Dry the River created these huge paper-craft horse posters in collaboration with FOAM creative Xavier Barrade. This short film shows the posters being crafted and fly-posted. Xavier designed the horses in 3D with Google Sketch Up before printing out and