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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
A Dyson engineer walks us through the workings of their new Hot and how it efficiently keeps a space heated.
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.
Some of the build process of the stainless steel and carbon Muur road frame, by Ritte Cycles.
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
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
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
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
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 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