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Eye of Ra'

The ambition of this design is to merge ancient Egyptian history with the futuristic fluid methodology of design. It is a literal translation of Egyptian most iconic religious tool into a fluid form of street furniture that borrows the characteristics of the flowing style where no specific shapes or design is advocated. The Eye represents both the male and female counterparts in the procreation of God Ra. The street furniture hence is presented in a sturdy design symbolizing masculinity and strength while its curvaceous looks portray femininity and gracefulness.

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Smartstreets-Cyclepark™

The Smartstreets-Cyclepark™ is a versatile, streamlined bike parking facility for two bicycles which fits in minutes to enables rapid improvement of bike parking facilities across urban areas without adding clutter to the street scene. The equipment helps reduce bike theft and can be installed on even the most narrow streets, releasing new value from existing infrastructure. Made of stainless steel the equipment can be RAL colour matched and branded for Local Authorities or sponsors. It can also be used to help identify Cycle routes. It can be reconfigured to fit any size or style of column.

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Monochrome

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garden cube

A maximum, minimalistic garden on a space of 130/130/130 cm. The European interpretation of Japanese Zen Gardens. Forming a cube with a pruned yew and a limestone. The joint between both is defined by an almost diagonal line through the cube. Two materials, plant and stone, a simple shape, following Mies van der Rohes claim:"Less is more". The sculpture moved from Germany to Armenia, where it is placed at the beginning of the Prince of Wales Avenue in the United World College in DILIJAN, ARMENIA.

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Re-leaf

In each autumn, fallen leaves are everywhere on the street, not be used. To figure out a way of fallen leaves and give trees more fertilizer, the team find a solution in the tree pools design. Return to the Roots is the solution of fallen leaves. Semi-closed tree pool can effectively avoid water runoff. Trees are spread fertilizer which is rot by their own fallen leaves in the enclosed space formed by the tree pool, so as to increase soil nutrients and stimulate tree growth.

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Croma

The Croma bench system with its essential, yet playful form and community-friendly space-shaping makes it a deliberate part of its environment. One of its advantages results from the versatility of its construction, as it consists of five basic modules which can make up large, block-like clusters. The diverse form constitutes small bays, where several groups of people can easily coexist. As an object, the Croma bench system is suitable for dividing a space in a subtle yet firm manner, making it an urban meeting point and lounging spot.

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Design interview of the day

Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.

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