Dubbed the world’s most animal-friendly zoo, Zootopia is a new kind of space to see wild animals that far more accurately mimics their natural environments. Designed for Denmark by Bjarke Ingels Goup, the site hides structures in the natural environment, creating a safari-like experience for visitors.
This striking hat is coated in colour-changing Swarovski crystals that move from black to orange, red to green and blue to purple in an attempt to mimic brain activity. Designed by London wearables mavericks The Unseen, the headpiece absorbs heat loss from the head to create its colour-changing visuals.
A skyscraper proposal for London, UK, Endless City uses an array of sustainable elements to create a vertical ecosystem. The winner of the SkyScrapers & SuperSkyscraper Competition, the design by Sure Architecture includes solutions for energy, water and waste management.
GER Mood Sweater
In another example of the growing range of colour-changing wearables, this sweater features an LED-embedded collar that switches between a range of colours to signify your mood, with instant feedback. Green – shown here – means you are feeling calm, while red means aroused and pink means excited.
Star.21 Fitness Band
This fitness tracker is rather prettier than your average, and is designed to help the wearer form long-lasting healthy behaviours, something that rivals have failed to achieve. When paired with its corresponding app, the band takes you on a journey through your fitness goals, and uses guilt to encourage you when you fall short.