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Dave N. Port by aer is a small, elegant writing and computer desk, intended for the bedroom or the study. Made entirely of European walnut and with a soft leather covering, it is a modern-day interpretation of the classic Davenport desk for the computer age.
A slideable worktop hides a shelf for keyboard, laptop and other writing utensils. Multi-plugs and power adapters are hidden in an easy accessible box and cables find their way through the table legs.
Primarily designed for small, inner city deliveries, the unique ‘CarGo’ concept, from designer Adam Schacter, addresses urban traffic congestion with its variable track, wheelbase and load carrying configurations.
The battery powered CarGo’s innovative design allows the operator or driver to quickly adapt the vehicle to suit both traffic conditions and load volume/type.
The CarGo has one seat and provides three standard configurations; compact mode, narrow mode with banking corner action and pick-up truck mode for larger payloads.
If you want some tips on how to pack for a world backpacking tour then you could do worse than follow the lead of young Daniel here.
From his understated Eberlestock Halftrack Backpack in black (tastefully decorated with it’s T.A.D. Gear Terminator Skull Patch), right down to his Groom Mate Platnum XL Nose Hair Trimmer, this is a guy who knows how to pack for every eventuality, yet still keep it minimal.
Prosthetic Vase, by Shay Shafranek, changes the role of a vase from a passive preserving vessel into an active resuscitating object, with capillary tubes sucking water upwards toward the flower, taking an active role in keeping the flower alive.
Nice identity work for architectural model-making practice, Millenium Models, by Hyperkit.