Everyday Objects

Vincent Dassi uses cardboard paste to make and repair everyday objects

Vincent Dassi, a graduate of Design Academy Eindhoven, has developed a form of papier-mâché that allows anyone to make and repair household items using recycled cardboard boxes. pulp sees Dassi using a food processor to turn cardboard into pulp, which he then molds into 3D shapes using several different techniques. …

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Alphabet puts prototype robots to work to clean Google desks

What does Google’s parent company Alphabet want with robots? Well, he would like them to clean the office, to begin with. The company announced today that its Everyday Robots project – a team within its experimental X labs dedicated to creating a “general purpose learning robot” – moved some of …

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New device helps people with disabilities, illnesses

PHOENIX – A new medical device seeks to improve the quality of life of people with spinal cord injuries. “It’s really exciting actually,” said Maria Gamboa, a Valley resident. “It’s important because people need to know that people like me need these kinds of things to regain their independence,” she …

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Exhibition Found MUJI: A journey to meet wonderful things

EventsDurability2021.11.16 Exhibition Found MUJI: A journey to meet wonderful things At Found MUJI, we research everyday items that are used daily around the world and revitalize them at a reasonable price by slightly upgrading them to adapt to changing lifestyles, cultures and customs. It is an activity to improve the …

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Plastics Recycling Awards Europe winners announced

This year’s winners together have made very remarkable progress in efficient design for recycling, which in turn paves the way for more recyclable plastic products and a truly circular use of plastics. Automotive, electrical or electronic product: Speed ​​Home WLAN from Deutsche Telekom AG Product for building and construction: Circular …

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This chic piece of furniture is made from recycled tires

Most people wouldn’t associate the common speckled rubber on gym floors with anything other than sweaty workouts. But to designer Arielle Assouline-Lichten, founder of Slash objects, the material became the starting point for a new business after being struck by its versatility when designing a gym in a previous job. …

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