Category Archives: Home intelligence

Astrid Krogh’s tech fabrics (with a soft touch)

Danish designer Astrid Krogh has been working with light and fabrics for many years. She has made power generating curtains, wooden tapistries with interwoven fibreoptics, neon sculptures and installations. Her work, that marries technology with a soft, craftmanship-based design approach, … Continue reading

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Design (and technology) for the city

There is still time (until May 6th) to catch a glimpse of what our cities could be like if they were planned and designed. Until then the Ā«energetic islandĀ» created for the Fuori Salone will in fact still be in … Continue reading

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Solar energy ton-sur-ton

If you are considering covering your roof with solar panels (but are worries about the final look of it) here is some good piece of news. Italian company Brandoni Solare has just introduced the first coloured photovoltaic modules: brick red, … Continue reading

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I want a low tech bathroom (or that at least looks like it)

I do not particularly like home spas. Rather, I have to admit that the idea of fitting my home with one of those huge high tech boxes does not appeal to me in the slightest. This may explain why I … Continue reading

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