The Eames chair reimagined as spinal 3D printed sculpture

reDesign2012 Reimagines Eames

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reDesign2012 After perusing the 40 reimagined Eames chair designs submitted in the reDesign2012 project at the Textile Museum of Canada, there was no contest in my mind which one felt the most artful: the spinal cord-inspired structure created by architects Matt Compeau and Bi-Ying Miao in collaboration with Levitt Goodman Architects. The organic wrapping spiral […]

HP Printing at WantedDesign

A Wanted Design Roundup

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Wanted Design Take Two The third year of Wanted Design, a curated exhibition of national and international design installations, workshops, and discussions, kicked off on Friday, May 17, in New York. Adroyt was fortunate to take part in a first-look bloggers’ tour with HP and Global Lighting, for a glimpse of the space before most—and […]

adroyt attends the Innovation Uncernsored conference by Fast Company, a mind-fuck, indeed!

How to Pivot, Hack and Disrupt Your Way Toward Innovation!

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Innovation Uncensored and Adroyt is There We are not a patient people. As with any personality trait, there comes with this realization the good, the bad and the ugly, all angles of which were explored at Fast Company’s Innovation Uncensored (#IUNY13) conference in New York City last week. According to the parade of speakers, the […]

Linda O'Keeffe talks brilliance and being adroyt

On Resonance, Brilliance and Being Adroyt

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Hi everyone; Saxon here! I have a bit of news today: adroyt will soon be moving into a new era. I’ve been bringing a new team together during the past three months, and as I’ve been composing the puzzle, the word “resonance” keeps coming up for me. The dictionary defines the non-technical meanings of the […]