DesignCrave takes a closer look at the history of Iran’s captivating Azadi Tower and its significance in the recent political protests. They also supplement last week’s mini-Chicago with paper models of New York City’s iconic buildings and structures. Take a ride aboard the most geometrical bike that you’ve ever seen before lying down in a unique house set amidst the trees. You’ll also find a braille-based mobile phone, user-defined doorbell “ringtones” and an artistic take on the classic Plymouth Road Runner muscle car.
- A Symbol Of Freedom Amidst Chaos: Iran’s Azadi Tower
- New York City Gets Build-Your-Own Paper Models
- Casa Grelha Grid House By FGMF
- Geometric BauBike Proves Nothing Rides Like A Square
- B-Touch Braille Mobile Phone Concept
- DoorBell Project Rings User-defined Tunes
- Artist Envisions a Plymouth Road Runner Concept