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25 Innovative Ideas Shaping the Future of Design

CEO Khai Intela
A pattern of innovation is afoot. Designers and architects around the world are constantly pushing boundaries and reimagining what is possible. From revitalizing neighborhoods to creating sustainable solutions, these visionaries are shaping the future of...

A pattern of innovation is afoot. Designers and architects around the world are constantly pushing boundaries and reimagining what is possible. From revitalizing neighborhoods to creating sustainable solutions, these visionaries are shaping the future of design. In this article, we'll explore 25 innovative ideas that are making waves in the industry.

1. Easton Helsinki by Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects Empowers Car-Heavy Locale

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The freeway-riddled neighborhood of Itäkeskus in Helsinki, Finland, was in need of a little social glue: something that sparks joy in its residents as well as entices commuters to venture off the exit ramp. Enter Easton Helsinki, a 710,000-square-foot shopping center with community spirit. By revitalizing the area, this architectural gem brings people together and breathes new life into a car-heavy locale.

2. Print Your City! Designs Chair From 100 Pounds of Plastic Waste

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Architects Panos Sakkas and Foteini Setaki, founders of the New Raw, set out to tackle a mounting problem: the proliferation of plastic detritus, of which only 9 percent is currently recycled. With "Print Your City!", they have designed a chair made from 100 pounds of plastic waste. This innovative approach not only reduces the environmental impact of plastic waste but also creates functional and aesthetically pleasing furniture.

3. Mario Filippetto Architetto Gives Modern Refresh to 18th-Century Milanese Chapel

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Reverence is the theme in any house of worship. In the case of the tidy Votive Chapel, reverence takes on a double meaning: religiously as well as in regard to the 18th-century masonry structure it replaced. Mario Filippetto Architetto has breathed new life into this Milanese chapel, juxtaposing modern elements with historical significance, creating a harmonious blend of old and new.

4. Kelly Harris Smith’s WantedDesign Installation Recasts Felt as Space-Maker

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As co-founder of FilzFelt, Kelly Harris Smith is well-versed in the eco-friendly properties of the material. Now an independent designer and creative director, she has transformed felt into a space-maker. Her installation during WantedDesign 2017 in New York showcases the versatility and potential of this humble material.

5. Rooftop Oasis by V Studio Enlightens Beijing’s Golden Resources Mall

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No one would ever guess that this oasis exists on the roof of Beijing’s enormous Golden Resources Mall. V Studio founder Hu Quanchun has created a tranquil escape amidst the bustling city. With just 3,500 square feet, this rooftop oasis demonstrates that even in limited spaces, nature can flourish.

6. Alex Chinneck’s Logic-Bending Chimney Sculptures to Transform U.K. Town

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Installation artist Alex Chinneck likes to trick the eye. His logic-bending chimney sculptures have become a sensation, transforming towns in the United Kingdom. From sliding facades to knotted pillars, Chinneck's art challenges our perception of reality and leaves us in awe.

7. Atacama Desert Inspires Outdoor Performance Venue by Coz y Ortiz Arquitectos

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There’s no better place for an outdoor performance venue than somewhere it never rains. Such is the case with the Teatro al Aire Libre Ruinas de Huanchaca in the Atacama Desert, Chile. Coz y Ortiz Arquitectos have created a space for artistic expression amidst the arid landscape, allowing performers and audiences to connect with nature.

8. Susan for Susan Explores Chemical Processes to Create Unique Lamps

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Kevin and John Watts, founders of Susan for Susan, have taken a unique approach to lamp design. By exploring chemical reactions between Styrofoam and acetone, they have created lamps with distinctive shapes and textures. These one-of-a-kind pieces challenge our perceptions of traditional materials and manufacturing processes.

9. Helmut Jahn Updates Landmark Seven Oaks Horse Farm in St. Charles, Illinois, for His Wife

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Helmut Jahn, known for his grand-scale urban architecture, took on a different kind of project when renovating the Seven Oaks horse farm in St. Charles, Illinois. This landmarked 30-acre farm, dating back to the 19th century, received a modern update for Jahn's wife. It serves as a testament to the versatility and adaptability of design.

10. Alice Bleton’s Capsule Prototype Reconnects Office Workers With the Outdoors

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Monade Capsule, a prototype by Alice Bleton, offers office workers a private spot away from the office where they can re-engage with the outdoors. This innovative design encourages a deeper connection with nature, providing a much-needed retreat from the digital world.

These are just a few examples of the groundbreaking ideas shaping the future of design. From sustainable solutions to imaginative spaces, these innovators are pushing the boundaries and redefining what is possible. As we continue to embrace new technologies and challenge conventional wisdom, the possibilities for design are endless. Exciting times lie ahead in the world of design, and we can't wait to see what the future holds.