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Updated: 2019-09-11 07:35Font Size: LMS

(Video link HERE.) This teeny video of Austrian Artist?Klemens Torggler?clever ‘Evolution Door,’ has been flying around the internet. It sets the common concept of a door — opening via hinges or running on a track —literally on end. The Evolution is a rotating geometric?flip-panel door system that opens up with momentum and looks like origami.?It eliminates the space that a typical door needs to open out.?Says Torggler:?The special construction makes it possible to move the door sideways without the use of tracks…;a technical trick that opens up new applications for the door.?In the process of designing the door, Torggler came up with?5 variations on the basic mechanism?which further expand the possibilities (and our mind)…;

We found two more short videos showing the door made of different materials; they made us think Torggler’;s re-envisioning of the door is NOT just a design exercisepersonalized teacher signs, but a truly original solution.?Check out the fab iteration in steel, ?and the many very cool prototypes made since 2006, below.

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Here’;s the Evolution Door in steel (Video link HERE):

…;AND The Evolution Door prototypes with painted wood and cut-out panels. (Video link HERE.)

We LOVE seeing ways that people re-think the ordinary and expected, like those guys that reinvented the cardboard box.

Spring is finally here and with all the greenery that it brings, we prepared a thematic St. Patrick’s Day agamograph template for your kids to color and fold.

If you have decided to take your knitting skills to the next level, then this tutorial on how to knit yourself a simple yet cozy Infinity scarf by using a loom will help you do just that. Loom knitting is usually designed for experienced knitters, but this tutorial is so comprehensive that everybody can use it to make a truly exquisite scarf!

Hi everyone, it′s Sanna Lippert here today. I have a few pre-treated artist trading card bases that have just been waiting for to be used. I created the bases during the Glimmer Mist video series last year – among many other objects – and now was the time to give them new life. So today I′m sharing the ATC process with you. Next time I might sneak something else from the video series into my project.

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