The Q series lift is designed to provide reliable mobility access for wheelchair users worldwide. For global markets, it hydraulically folds and unfolds from the rear door of a commercial van and lifts 400 kg loads to floor level. The lift supports high loads with a 300% stiffer structure than previous designs. The sturdy yet light construction is made possible by using a closed box arm geometry to increase rigidity while removing unnecessary weight. Simple and intuitive controls and improved LED lighting make the design safer and easier to use than previous models.
POC: is a new seegras-based food packaging material which was designed to extend the durability of food, reduce foodwaste and reduce plastic packaging waste. The material is made from sea grass fiber and a binder from the extract of the fiber. Due to the antibacterial properties of the sea grass, a bio-composite can be produced, which is not only easily integrated into the industrial process, but also makes food longer lasting and the packaging completely biodegradable.
The architectural language chosen seeks to create a union between uniqueness of spaces and objects designed and a strict and rigid simplification of the new lines and new surfaces in the project. All this for to try to achieve a harmony between the new and the existing, not to prevail from a stylistic point of view the first to the second. The restoration and innovation of public spaces in an old town through use and reuse of traditional materials with a contemporary design. The transformation of existing elements in new objects with different functions. Chromatic harmony in the place.
To educate students about the Ukrainian Genocide, Forge helped to transform a bus into a traveling classroom, employing 32 iPads, a MacPro server, two custom-built iPad apps, and an interactive presentation that plays on a giant 24-ft display. The immersive digital classroom experience creates opportunities for students to investigate, discover, discuss and reflect. Seamlessly stitching together a series of diverse technologies and content, the result was a cohesive platform with which the Holodomor National Awareness Tour could impart a powerful lesson to students across North America.
LIFI is an active ecological packaging with herb seeds. The package itself is made out of processed fallen tree leaves, collected in the forests of Lithuania. The hand made package is filled with seeds and a cover is formed. When a user opens and waters the product, packaging starts to dissolve and helps the plant to grow. This product is an alternative to the in-store found herbs, which are often plastic packaged. It can be reused many times or just thrown away. A graphic representation of herb is used on the labels combined with the hand written fonts to create a personalized feeling.
By refilling a Stay Sixty bottle you help rid the planet of wasteful and energy consuming plastic bottles. The double-walled design keeps drinks fresh. Fill with water, smoothies, protein drinks, coffee or tea. The unique removable base aids cleaning and filling. Easily fill with ice cubes, fruit, powder drinks or smoothies. The Stay Sixty bottle with removable base is easy to keep clean and hygienic. Other bottles on the market without this feature become a breeding ground for bacteria and need to be replaced. Your body should stay 60% hydrated, let's keep it that way.
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