by Studio Vacek. Established in 2011 by the Vacek brothers Tomáš and Jiří designed the HALUZ (rocking-chair). Its simple and clean lines are made entirely of ash and willow branches — a mixture of worked wood and raw wood.
Built by Foldes Architects in Gyál, Hungary with date Images by Tamas Bujnovszky . The ethereal centre of innovation project, unveiled in Hungary, stands for the mutual inspiration of science, technol.
Abandoned pens and other such stationery stand a chance at purposeful usage, thanks to the Pen Printer. The device uses the ink from discarded pens to print on paper. The current tech may not support such an ambitious idea, but it’s worth the exploration,