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Love Hultén's Desert Songs Sounds Like a Blast From the Chloroplast

Love Hultén's Desert Songs Sounds Like a Blast From the Chloroplast

Part cacti garden terrarium, part simulated science lab device, Love Hultén's Desert Songs interprets biofeedback from plants into atmospheric sounds.

The Amore Mio Collection Delves Into the Deep Cuts of the 70s Aesthetic

The Amore Mio Collection Delves Into the Deep Cuts of the 70s Aesthetic

LA-based Willow delves into the deep cuts of the Superstudio-inspired design trend with a musically inspired tiled audio system collection.

How a Designer's Cough Helped Solve Cable Organization

How a Designer's Cough Helped Solve Cable Organization

Sometimes the most inspired ideas are born out of chance and an observant eye, as was the case with this cable organizer design.

The Keychron Q1 Pro All-Aluminum Keyboard Goes Fully Wireless (Finally)

The Keychron Q1 Pro All-Aluminum Keyboard Goes Fully Wireless (Finally)

Our favorite Keychron Q1 mechanical keyboard just got better, adding wireless Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity to its all-aluminum build.

Jaguar Says Farewell to the F-TYPE and Hello Electrified Future

Jaguar Says Farewell to the F-TYPE and Hello Electrified Future

All good things must come to an end, and as promised Jaguar concludes with one last special F-TYPE before going all-electric.

Polestar's Arctic Circle Is Literally the Coolest Automotive Showroom on Earth

Polestar's Arctic Circle Is Literally the Coolest Automotive Showroom on Earth

The electric automotive brand Polestar's latest exercise in circular design practically requires an Arctic expedition to get to it.

Roland's 50th Anniversary Concept Piano Keys in on Drones for Surround Sound

Roland's 50th Anniversary Concept Piano Keys in on Drones for Surround Sound

Roland's wild 50th anniversary concept piano includes some unique notes to its performance: surround sound drones.

Take 5: Mycological Mania, Regenerative Architecture, an Objet d'OLED + more

Take 5: Mycological Mania, Regenerative Architecture, an Objet d'OLED + more

Tech Editor Gregory Han shares current faves, including a tranquil architectural documentary, wildly inspiring mushroom art, and OLED as art.

XGIMI Magic Lamp Lifts the Ceiling on Simplifying the Home Projector

XGIMI Magic Lamp Lifts the Ceiling on Simplifying the Home Projector

A home theater projector can prove a challenge and an eyesore. But the XGIMI Magic Lamp triple-threat design hides in plain sight.

The ElectraPly e-Bike Takes Plywood Somewhere New

The ElectraPly e-Bike Takes Plywood Somewhere New

Traditional woodworker Evie Bee was inspired by the iconic Yamaha SR250 when creating the ElectraPly e-bike from sustainable plywood.

Samsung's New Bespoke 4-Door Flex's 32-Inch Screen Is IMAX for the Kitchen

Samsung's New Bespoke 4-Door Flex's 32-Inch Screen Is IMAX for the Kitchen

Samsung's latest Bespoke Refrigerator flexes its smart home muscles with an enormous 32" touchscreen display.

Drop BMR1 Nearfield Monitors Can Rotate to Fit Underneath Your Screen

Drop BMR1 Nearfield Monitors Can Rotate to Fit Underneath Your Screen

These nearfield monitors deliver sound clearly right up to your ears from just a foot or two away, and can rotate to fit in anywhere.

Desktop Wallpaper: January 2023

Desktop Wallpaper: January 2023

It's a new year so we're kicking our Designer Desktop series off strong with a wallpaper inspired by classic Asian woodblock prints + a quote from Mae West.

The Mui Board 2nd Gen Takes Matter Into the User's Hands

The Mui Board 2nd Gen Takes Matter Into the User's Hands

This Japanese IoT design startup is aiming to invite a calming presence within the homes of the future with its Matter-updated IoT control.

Best of the Best! Top 10 Posts of 2022

Best of the Best! Top 10 Posts of 2022

After lots of tallying, we're sharing what you all loved reading this year. Here are the best of the best, the top 10 most popular posts of 2022!