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Corval wanted a lobby that lifted the perception of the building and signalled the quality of focus the new owner offered to the building and its tenants. The design sought to update the visual aesthetic of the lobby, increase the amount of natural light into the upper level and creating a place to dwell.
Model X is the safest, fastest and most capable sport utility vehicle in history. With all-wheel drive and a 100 kWh battery providing 565 kilometers of range, Model X has ample seating for seven adults and their gear. Accelerating from zero to 100 km/h in as quick as 3.1 seconds.
The Botanical Planter Screen is a response to the human need to connect with nature. Intertwined with active climbing plants, these double sided self watering mobile planter screens can be used indoors and out. Scientifically proven to accelerate air quality and to remove VOC’s, whilst improving productivity, creativity and wellbeing.
The opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, which featured a dedication by President Obama, was named “Cultural Event of the Year” by the New York Times. Located adjacent to the Washington Monument, the museum houses exhibit galleries, administrative spaces, theatre space and collections storage space.
The 2018 2x2 continues the ground breaking design of our first generation utility electric vehicle. Sharing the same iconic DNA the design conceals over 70 new parts out of a total of 136. Delivering advanced communications, improved sealing, more torque and increased range alongside its newly minted road legal status.
Microsoft HoloLens is the first fully untethered, holographic computer, enabling you to view, place, and interact with holograms in your physical environment and providing you a whole new way to see your world. HoloLens provides a unique, immersive computing experience, but one that doesn't try to block you from the real world. Instead, it embeds…
Facett is the world’s first modular hearing aid. Co-designed with hearing aid users, it provides unparalleled ease of use, upgradability options and aesthetic appeal. Magnetic modules click easily into place, simplifying daily maintenance tasks and empowering people who have dexterity and visual impairments with independence.
In September 2016, a once in 50-year storm damaged critical infrastructure in South Australia, causing a state-wide blackout. In response, Tesla deployed the world’s largest lithium-ion battery, the 100MW Hornsdale Power Reserve. This world-leading project was delivered in record time, providing grid stability and system security to all South Australians.
Aeron is an office chair, originally designed in 1994, re-mastered in 2016. The resulting chair is recognisably an Aeron, but features stronger and smarter materials, better adjustment capabilities, intuitive controls, enhanced aeration, adjustable PostureFit spinal support, and groundbreaking 8Z Pellicle zoned suspension working in concert to deliver enhanced comfort while sitting.
Dyson has reinvented the hair dryer and created innovative technology for the hair care industry. The Dyson Supersonic™ uses a fast but focused airflow and is engineered for balance in the hand. The hair dryer is quiet and intelligently controls the temperature to help protect hair from extreme heat damage.
The d’Arenberg Cube is a five storey multi-function centre and tourism destination. Inspired by the complexities and puzzles of winemaking, Chester Osborn designed a cube-shaped building. Opened in 2017, the d'Arenberg Cube offers an indulgent, artistic and informative journey into the depths of d’Arenberg’s viticulture and winemaking.
Game of Awesome inspires students to write by stealth. Gameplay is truly fun, with content pitched perfectly to the kids' taste, thanks to our co-design practise. Stories are created using gross, random, ordinary, scary, and daring idea cards as prompts. Illustrations packed with colloquial NZ humour, make it uniquely “awesome”.
Sustainability, flexibility and inspiration underpins the design of the Calyx. This landmark project, designed by PTW Architects in celebration of the Royal Botanic Garden's 200th Birthday, was conceived as a 'jewel in the Garden': a serene and peaceful arbour pavilion with the capacity for ever changing requirements when displaying plants.