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Butterfly collectors drive longer
Butterfly collectors drive longer
by Thomas Edelmann | 15 September 2013

E-mobility is giving birth to a new kind of motion: networked gliding. Any amount of assistance is required for this to work. How designers and engineers are getting us used to driving electric cars.

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Sharing big time
Sharing big time
by Adeline Seidel | 12 September 2013

The growing number of sharing platforms make us more flexible: Instead of owning something, we use what we need. Which saves money, spares resources, and fits a lifestyle that has to be updated about as often as a smartphone. We have prepared a list of a few of the important sharing pages for a life with assistants at your side.

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Sense and sensibility in the networked home
Sense and sensibility in the networked home
by Franziska Eidner | 11 September 2013

Drive cleverly, live smarter – at the IAA the symbiosis of electro-mobility and intelligent building automation is a key topic. Efforts have long been underway to develop the smart home. But the market is only slowly picking up pace.

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I’ll send you a Glympse
I’ll send you a Glympse
by Christoph Lippok | 09 September 2013

Drivers like it mobile and thus there is an increasing number of Apps that make driving easier and more entertaining. Be it Glympse, Waze or Smiledrive – we present those that seem indispensable.

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Attentive passengers
Attentive passengers
by Thomas Edelmann | 06 September 2013

Mercedes’ new S class not only tried to find a contemporary look for official presentation. But to enhance comfort and safety it also boasts a number of assistants small and large, who actively monitor traffic, the surroundings and the driver – and intervene if need be.

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Elks are everywhere
Elks are everywhere
by Thomas Wagner | 04 September 2013

The buzzwords of today are “smart technology” and “networking”. Wherever you look you’ll see assistance systems making our lives safer, more efficient and easier.

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Strident and plain at once
Strident and plain at once
03 September 2013

Berlin’s “Illustrative Festival” offers insights into the young world of illustrators.

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15 Questions to Paul Cocksedge
15 Questions to Paul Cocksedge
by Daniel von Bernstorff | 01 September 2013

Daniel von Bernstorff, Stylepark, met Cocksedge in London to talk about his recent projects, his solo exhibition in New York and his fascination for crowd-funding.

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Sneaker tourists of the world unite!
Sneaker tourists of the world unite!
by Thomas Becker | 30 August 2013

Nobody need fear such immense naivety: Friedrich von Borries seeks with a novel and a design label to bring on board “shareholders for the revolution”. At his Club Med of revolution culture, you won’t find anything right in the completely wrong world.

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Revolutionary?
Revolutionary?
by Thomas Wagner | 30 August 2013

We’re surrounded by messages. In the media, in public space, in department stores. Everywhere someone is telling us what we should or should not do or buy.

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A shop window on Frankfurt’s Römer
A shop window on Frankfurt’s Römer
by Martina Metzner | 28 August 2013

For the sixth time Vitra is hosting an “Ampelphase” exhibition in its Frankfurt Showroom – this year the exhibition is designed by six architects from the RhineMain region, who have developed a temporary creative platform with many a look inwards and many a view outwards.

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Join the dots
Join the dots
27 August 2013

We’ve now reached no. 300 with our Newsletter. So we came up with a little fun to mark the occasion. If you have joined up the numbered dots correctly and come up with the image and worked out who designed it, then you can even win it. So, off you go!

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Dramatic weave
Dramatic weave
25 August 2013

Augustin Teboul is one of the highly promising Berlin fashion labels. Martina Metzner talked with Annelie Augustin and Odély Teboul in their Berlin studio about their eccentric somber robes, their relationship to Paris as the couture capital, and their dream house.

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Can you show me the way to the techy toilet?
Can you show me the way to the techy toilet?
by Martina Metzner | 23 August 2013

To date, the WC has been regarded as a largely no-tech zone. And now the shower WC, long since the norm in Japan and the Arab world, is ready to delight Europeans – as a “fun feature” and “pleasurable health booster”.

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Glass, glass and nothing but glass
Glass, glass and nothing but glass
22 August 2013

The sky is reflected in Europe’s highest building. London’s “The Shard” seems to constantly adapt to the weather and changing light conditions. This “visual adaptivity” is made possible by a coating custom-made for the high-rise. Julius Streifeneder talked with Bart Akkerhuis about it.

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Space travel as world view
Space travel as world view
by Annette Tietenberg | 21 August 2013

“Architektur für die russische Raumfahrt” is a lavishly illustrated volume that brings together an array of constructivist compositions, Stalinist monuments, brutalist buildings and monumental wall reliefs – all of them made to affirm the promise of salvation innate in Soviet astronautics.

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When 8 times 7 is obviously 63
When 8 times 7 is obviously 63
by Thomas Wagner | 18 August 2013

The “Yiddishe Kop” with his wit and the stories of rabbis are not only full with wise insights into life, but also help solve problems. Rabbi Nilton Bonder explains how this works and why in isn’t enough to simply know a world.



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