It's been a wild and wonderful year for design and here at Core77 and we're feeling #blessed to be wrapping it up with you. Over the next week we'll be taking a look at some of our favorite ideas, stories, projects and moments from the past year. But forget about us...let's kick off the year in review with your favorite posts of 2015
A one-stop shop guide for all your mortise and tenon needs. Whether you're building chairs, frames and tables, cabinets, tabletops, boxes or drawers by hand or by machine, bookmark this little guide for future reference. BONUS: Seven physical books to add to your reference library IRL.
The new technology prints "25 to 100 times faster" than standard 3D printing called CLIP for Continuous Liquid Interface Production. The video demos look more like the machine is "growing" a part than printing one.
Core77 marks its 20 year anniversary by going back to where it all began—design school. As part of the Core77 Tech-tacular, our editorial series exploring the myriad ways that new technologies are shaping the future of design, we survey Pratt, School of Visual Arts Products of Design, NYU's ITP and Parsons The New School for Design to understand the foundation being laid for the products of the future.
The 13th edition of this design festival spanned two floors of the historic Kraftwerk Berlin with hundreds of objects, furniture and conceptual design works. Highlights include student work from VOMO, wearable devices and emerging talent from Berlin's nascent tech scene.
Get into it! It's almost a new year and that means letting go and maybe even getting weird. Follow designer Anki Delfmann as she makes friends and shares lessons learned from a week at Black Rock City in Nevada's barren desert.