Posts Tagged ‘light’

SMIT’s GROW: Solar and Wind Leaf Photovoltaic Shingles

Tuesday, March 4, 2008 4:35 No Comments

Orignially published on Inhabitat, written by Emily Pilloton, reblogged by Cluster Our friends at Ecolect, the go-to sustainable design and materials community, have launched a monthly spotlight on sustainable design called Limelight – and the first feature is tough act to follow. Teresita Cochraine’s sustainable design group, SMIT (Sustainably Minded Interactive Technology) has a compelling […]

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Slow Glow

Wednesday, February 20, 2008 8:45 No Comments

Originally published on Archipedia, rebloggd by Cluster Slowness as a quality. Within this theme NEXT architects developed a slow product – the FAT LAMP – together with Aura Luz Melis. After turning it on, the content of the lamp slowly begins to melt therefore revealing more light. It becomes more tactile. This process takes about […]

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