Circle Hook Light is both functional design and sculpture. It is milled out of solid brass and features a custom spring loaded electrical connection. This is made for a standard FC16T9 circline fluorescent bulb.
Jack Lee is sailing 3,000 nautical miles around Great Britain and raising money for the Marine Conservation Society and the Heart & Stroke Foundation. Follow Jack's adventures and help him raise money for two extremely worth causes at SailBritain.org!
The Blockhead Stem IB is our Blockhead Stem with an integrated break lever. The lever is tucked nicely into the stem and is just long enough for two fingers. We designed it to be used with a front break so the cable can be cut really short and straight, eliminating friction within the brake cable.
Keira Alexandra once told us that her grandfather, Vladimir Ossipov kept a list of things he did for each day of the year in a book where each page was dedicated to one day. For example, on February 4th, he would weigh himself and record it on the same page year after year. We wanted to manufacture yearly rituals in a similar way. So here's onnoodles.
In an empty lobby, smoke-like swirls of light creep from the edges of undulating Corian furniture. When a visitor is present, the light retracts back into the furniture, emerging again once there is stillness.
Crow's Flight is a simple app for the Android platform. Enter an address and the GPS compass will continuously update your position and point towards the destination. Distance to the point is displayed in meters or kilometers along with a visual distance gauge.
A slow resolution display made out of standard lightbulbs and thermochromic paint.
This display lives at the intersection of digital control and analog output. A matrix of lightbulbs painted with thermochromic paint allows for an image to appear and dissipate analogously to the temperature of each bulb.
At CW&T, we create multidisciplinary work in collaborative environments where we leverage technology and computing. With the latest tools and processes, we imagine near future possibilities and build them into reality.
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