Designs of the Year 2014


Designs of the Year 2014

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Zaha Hadid's Heydar Aliyev Center wins Design of the Year 2014.

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Volkswagen's XL1 is "the most efficient production car in the world"

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    Denise Campbell

    Found my next car!

Volkswagen's XL1 is "the most efficient production car in the world"

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Volkswagen's XL1 is "the most efficient production car in the world"

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Volkswagen's XL1 is "the most efficient production car in the world"

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Volkswagen claims XL1 is "the most efficient production car in the world"

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Drone Shadows by James Bridle evoke unmanned machines overhead

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Life-sized outlines of military drones drawn on the ground to depict their "invisible" presence by London artist James Bridle

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Life-sized outlines of military drones drawn on the ground to depict their "invisible" presence by London artist James Bridle

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Life-sized outlines of military drones drawn on the ground to depict their "invisible" presence by London artist James Bridle

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    Lapin

    This is so rad!

Konstantin Grcic adds armchair to Pro seating collection for Flototto

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Industrial designer Konstantin Grcic has added an armchair to his family of Pro chairs

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Chineasy illustrated characters designed to make learning Chinese easy

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Chineasy illustrated characters designed to make learning Chinese easy

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Chineasy illustrated characters designed to make learning Chinese easy

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A tactile watch designed for blind people

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A tactile watch designed for blind people

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British designer Benjamin Hubert developed a more stable version of his lightweight Ripple table

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British designer Benjamin Hubert developed a more stable version of his lightweight Ripple table

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British designer Benjamin Hubert developed a more stable version of his lightweight Ripple table

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British designer Benjamin Hubert developed a more stable version of his lightweight Ripple table

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A floating school on a Nigerian lagoon by architecture studio NLÉ

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A floating school on a Nigerian lagoon by architecture studio NLÉ

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A floating school on a Nigerian lagoon by architecture studio NLÉ

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Futuristic gowns formed from metallic neoprene by Sadie Williams

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