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    This eco-friendly ATM booth is developed by Brazilian Edra Equipamentos. Different from the conventional ones, the walls and ceiling of the booth are built from a polymer derived from a combination of recycled plastic, such as PET bottles, and renewable sources, such as oilseed plants. A photovoltaic solar panel on the roof powers the booth's LED lighting at night, while during the day natural light floods in through a clear "Solatube" system coated with a film from 3M that blocks more than 80 percent of infrared rays to help keep the interior cool.
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    This is a concept design to encourage people to meet potential partners in the streets. What a romantic solution! The Lampbrella design, which is created by Mikhail Belyaev, incorporates a rain and motion sensor into the shaft of the streetlamp and opens up the umbrella canopy when it rains. It's a clever integration of a street lamp and umbrella, but my only worry is that it may end up injuring someone while opening or closing.
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    Try to use this electric heated butter knife, you will not need to heat your butter in a microwave or with a hairdryer to get it spreaded. Created by British Warburtons, this knife is powered by 2 AA batteries that fit right into the handle. When the knife is activated by a button, it becomes heated and easily cuts through butte. Make sure that the knife is heated up to 41.8 degrees Celsius.
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    Edwin is a fully repairable and sustainable fruit squeezer. born from the intention of producing everlasting electrodomestics. Edwin is an electric squeezer made of wood and ceramics, with components that are easily replaceable. In case Edwin needs to be disposed, its components can be disposed separatedly for their proper disposal.
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    "I Fell It" Sculpture by mastrlova. Impressive!
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    This is the ThingThong by designer Douglas Hamilton, "a flip-flop with a super-elastic strap that can be worn as an emergency swimsuit in case a shark eats your other one. Plus it has a thong back for maximum tanning! "
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    Donut Folding Bike Concept by Arvind M. From the handlebars to the pedals, everything is safely tucked away and making it incredibly easy to tote around and store.
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    This minimalist elephant sculpture by German Anne Roessler.
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    The folding boat by student Thibault Penven from Ecole Cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ECAL).
    Called Ar Vag, the vessel comprises rigid boards sewn into a waterproof skin so it can be unfolded quickly and stiffened by pushing two folding rods, like tent poles, into pockets in the rim. A wooden plank inserted through apertures in the walls holds the whole thing under tension and forms a seat. Check out the video.
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    Basically, it is a dish drying rack that lets you grow your fresh herbs and any small plant you want. Called the Fluidity.
    "The water that trickles from the washed dishes irrigates the plants. The base, thanks to its fluid form, directs the wastewater into the sections where are plant containers placed. Each container is perforated at the bottom for water passage. The containers are filled with clay pellets and coconut fiber, to control the water environment of the plant on the one hand and to keep clean the dish drainer base on the other hand."
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    Skale by Sarah Bottger. Simple and elegant.
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    DrinKlip by Kim Hyun-been.
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    The Magnetic Hammer by JP design.
    "By attaching magnets on the handle of the hammer, the user no longer needs to carry nails in an uncomfortable fashion: simply bring the hammer to a pile of nails.'
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    Bulavkus - a USB flash drive disguised as a classic safety pin. USB safety Pin by Art Lebedev.
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    "Art Lebedev Studio designed the Chemicus as a tea service set for 'Russian chemists/patriots. This ceramic set was inspired by chemistry kits but is decorated in the traditional blue and white Russian Gzhel pattern."
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    The aluminium torch was created by UK design studio, Barber Osgerby. It is perforated with 8,000 holes, each representing one of the torchbearers. Made from a golden aluminium alloy. The creative team behind the London Olympic torch has won the prestigious Design of the Year award 2012. The Olympic torch, along with the other shortlisted designs, is on show at the Design Museum in London until July 4.
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    Landscape Dinner Set by Doiy design. Great design!
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