Favourite Things

Shark meets Jetboat

Ron Innes and Dan Piazza’s “Jet Shark” is their newest submersible. Feel it fly swiftly underwater, then leap and then soar in the air before bouncing back. Seats four and comes with dual piloting controls and A/C.



Beach Babies

The wittiest, most colourful and most comfortable collaboration between Fatboy and Longchamp is coming to a beach near you.  Inflatable and easy to pack and go, they’ll make summer fun again.



Had they survived

Italian architect Angelo Renna looks to scientific research and descriptions of a series of animals and plants and prompts AI to visualize what their appearances would be like today.


Sustainable living in the ocean

Gabriele Filippi Architetto’s futuristic floating housing concept for Miami is called Green Water Village. Built on artificial islands, each prefabricated house is shaped as a glass and metal cage with, serene gardens, meeting spaces and small ports connected by a sinuous wooden path. Rainwater capture and wind turbines provide energy generation.



Back to the 80’s

A creation of French industrial designer Marc Berthier, iconic of his work of a life devoted to the search for lightness, both physical and spiritual.




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