Klemens Torggler, Reinventing the Door

Somehow eluding the inevitable process of creative destruction throughout its millennia-old existence, Austrian designer Klemens Torggler thinks it’s time for a change. Forget tired, sliding iterations, Klemens Torggler has re-envisioned the door as created mesmerizing mechanical panels:

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Antarctica’s Exotic Barrientos Island

Barrientos Island Antarctica

When most think of Antarctica, polar bears and wintry blue and white images–certainly not green landmasses–likely come to mind. In all actuality, though, the South Pole is endowed with several non-ice landmasses and lacks any Coca-Cola swigging bears of any kind (you should come here for the penguins). Above is the otherworldly terrain of Barrientos Island, an ice-free part of the Shetland Islands, which was first visited by early 19th century sealers.

The Terrifying Balloon High Line

Philippe Pettit would have a field day. Ascending miles into the sky, a troupe of adventurous acrobats has used air balloons and a high line to create the first completely movable high line. Watch as they attempt to cross it. That is, if you can stomach it.

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