French designer Starck created a hydrogen refuelling station that has a mirror-polished stainless-steel casing and colour-changing dichroic glass. Starck’s design was showcased on the COP28 local weather summit in Dubai as a part of the Inexperienced Zone a hub devoted to vitality transition applied sciences, innovation and decarbonisation.
As a result of station’s mirror casing, one criticized Starck’s lack of “consideration for birds crashing.” One other questioned how “invisible” the station can be “when coated in dust, mess, and ill-assorted stickers and notices,” earlier than describing it as “the wreckage of a flowery concept”.
Different tales on this week’s publication that fired up the feedback part included 11 limited-edition handbags designed by architect Frank Gehry for Louis Vuitton, a mass-timber home in Norway created by Snøhetta and engineer Tor Helge Dokka and an opinion piece about office pods by Freyja Sewell.
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