Laptop stand for the frequent traveller

March 15, 2011 § 1 Comment

Traveler's "office" - a better way than bed-working

Traveler's "office" - a better way than bed-working

A while back I changed my jobĀ  (which involved a lot of traveling) in order to have a few years (no plans to go back to hectic traveller’s life but who knows) of quietness, stability, sense of belonging to a place. I was even asked at the interview why switch, as the current position didn’t suppose traveling. All good. A few months. Too few.

The project I was on was just kicking off and the company needed a boost so they proposed a « Read the rest of this entry »


2D turns 3D: laptop stand out of a bamboo plywood sheet

January 14, 2008 § 4 Comments

Dice Yamaguchi laptop-stand

2D package, 3D result for a bamboo laptop stand

Student designer Dice Yamaguchi from California’s Art Center College of Design did a great job when imagined this laptop stand made of a cleverly cut to pieces plywood sheet. I’ve seen this kind of economic (green?) way of making three dimmensional things out of 2D sheets of plywood/metal/etc and I was impressed by the concept. So I am by this one that proves once more that one doesn’t have to use large amounts of material and complicated ways of producing things.

Here’s the picture of the design: « Read the rest of this entry »

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