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Shelters resembling giant pompoms by RAW Design warm skaters on a frozen river. Looks like pool noodles. Design for a homeless shelter? Parc A Theme, Instalation Art, Cafe Seating, Interactive Art, Interactive Installation, Sensory Garden, Playground Design, Expositions, Land Art

Shelters resembling giant pompoms warm skaters on a frozen river

Canadian firm RAW Design has created a series of skating shelters that look like giant pompoms to keep skaters warm on a frozen river in Winnipeg.

Building a pallet kitchen sink from recycled materials - Find out how at Mummy Musings and Mayhem outdoor play area for kids pallets Recycling Fun with Rubbish and Pallets! - The Empowered Educator Outdoor Play Kitchen, Diy Mud Kitchen, Mud Kitchen For Kids, Outdoor Sinks, Kids Outdoor Play, Backyard For Kids, Kitchen Sinks, Diy Pallet Projects, Garden Projects

Recycling Fun with Rubbish and Pallets! - The Empowered Educator

You know we love to make play resources from recycled pallets and this one has been on my list for quite some time. Well if I’m honest, not my list, Daddy’s list! He has again made my vision become a reality and says it was one of the easiest of my ‘bright ideas’ to build. When […]

Shape-memory alloy (SMA), metal that changes shape when heated to an activation temperature, can be used in all sorts of projects. Smart Materials, Materials Science, Halloween Character Ideas, Origami And Science, Electronic Paper, Learn Robotics, E Textiles, Arduino Projects, Wearable Technology

Curling SMA paper mechanism

Curling SMA paper mechanism using paper, attiny45, transistor and 0.006" HT flexinolsimilar to the curling mechanism in this flapping crane tutorial: http://...

Nuzzles by RAW Design: Heated outdoor pompoms to keep skaters warm Ny Parks, Glass Pavilion, Public Space Design, Weird Creatures, Creative Thinking, Texture Art, Public Art, Store Design, Architect Design

Nuzzles - Forks warming hut | RAW Design | Archinect

This temporary shelter was a winning entry to the international warming huts competition in Winnipeg, MB. The concept behind Nuzzles emerged from a desire to challenge the notion of the prototypical ‘hut’. By inverting the enclosure we created something that is open to the...

Episode 3 of Students of Product Design is all about sketching, rendering and creating presentation sheets of your design ideas. In this episode I look at si. Sketch Design, My Design, Design Tech, Design Ideas, Sketch Markers, Episode 3, Creative Thinking, Design Process, Designs To Draw

Sketching and Rendering - Students of Product Design Episode 3

Episode 3 of Students of Product Design is all about sketching, rendering and creating presentation sheets of your design ideas. In this episode I look at si...

The world is unpredictable. The corporate ladder is now a maze, which means our students will need to think divergently. In this article, we explore how to integrate divergent thinking into our everyday classroom practices. Stem Curriculum, Curriculum Mapping, Inquiry Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Middle School Science, Science For Kids, Creative Thinking, Design Thinking, Teaching Writing

7 Ways to Inspire Divergent Thinking in the Classroom

The world is unpredictable. The corporate ladder is now a maze, which means our students will need to think divergently. In this article, we explore how to integrate divergent thinking into our everyday classroom practices.

The LAUNCH Cycle: A Design Thinking Framework The term "design thinking" is often attached to maker spaces and STEM labs. However, design thinking is bigger than STEM. It begins with the premise of tapping into Design Thinking Process, John Spencer, Genius Hour, Maker Culture, Project Based Learning, New Teachers, Student Engagement, Elementary Schools, Elementary Teaching

Building Maker Spaces vs. Building a Maker Culture

In 9th grade, I cut my thumb on a saw in wood shop and had to get stitches. It wasn’t too bad… However, that was the last year I took “shop” class in high school. I

Shape-memory alloy (SMA), metal that changes shape when heated to an activation temperature, can be used in all sorts of projects. Creative Thinking, Labs, Shutters, Bridges, Surface, Shape, Metal, Check, Youtube

shutters permeable surface developed by marcello coelho at the mit media labs

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6 Student-Centered Projects for the First Week of School - John Spencer Teaching Strategies, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Rules And Procedures, Innovation, John Spencer, Genius Hour, Instructional Design, Instructional Technology

6 Student-Centered Projects for the First Week of School

Don't Wait to Innovate! Teachers often begin the school year with team-building activities or a review of the rules and procedures. But what if we began with student-centered projects? The following is an exploration of six

Product Design (developing ideas quickly) Creative Thinking, Visual Communication, Copic Markers, Sharpie, Product Design, Flash Drive, Concept, Make It Yourself, Youtube

Product Design (developing ideas quickly)

Product Design (developing ideas quickly)For product and industrial designers, time is money so it's important we can develop ideas quickly. Here's one of m...

Drawing from the aesthetics of science fiction and rendered CGI, Real VR, Fake VR recreates the illusion of virtual reality using the least technology possible. The images are comprise of UV lights, fluorescent post-its and electrical tape photographed and filmed bypassing much of the post production process. Unity Software, Smoke And Mirrors, Electrical Tape, Light Installation, Source Of Inspiration, Creative Thinking, Land Art, Cgi, Virtual Reality

Real VR Fake VR

Drawing from the aesthetics of science fiction and rendered CGI, Real VR, Fake VR recreates the illusion of virtual reality using the least technology possible. The images are comprise of UV lights, fluorescent post-its and electrical tape photographed and filmed bypassing much of the post production process.

Principles For Designing Better Products – UX Planet Time In The World, Screwed Up, Creative Thinking, Decision Making, Things To Think About, Told You So, Technological Advancement, Writing, Design

Designing better products

Have your idea written down on paper. This way you can structure it, so it's clear. Then you share it with the entire team before the meeting, for it to be considered. No feedback, no reactions, only considered. So people can take time and think it through.

PB specializes in architectural design of public buildings, public art and experimental installations. The most recent generations of these works feature interactive sound, light and kinetic mechanisms with distributed control systems. School Architecture, Architecture Design, Distributed Control System, Creative Thinking, Public Art, Design Firms, Buildings, Architecture Layout, Architecture

Hylozoic soil Philip Beesley

PB specializes in architectural design of public buildings, public art and experimental installations. The most recent generations of these works feature interactive sound, light and kinetic mechanisms with distributed control systems.

 Great examples of sketch work, iterations, CAD modelling and prototyping Creative Thinking, Moscow, New Product, Service Design, Sketch, Place Card Holders, Studio, Sketch Drawing, Sketches

Art Lebedev

Moscow based studio. Great examples of sketch work, iterations, CAD modelling and prototyping