This model shows a simplified principle, which is also found in most toilets. When water is slowly filled, the water level slowly rises. This could be used for the seat height of a chair. As soon as the water level reaches a certain height, the tank „flushes“ everything out and the water level, i.e. the seat height, drops enormously. A pump could slowly fill the flushed out water back into the tank and the rythm „slowly up and fast down“ starts again.
This object is hiking staff and nectar station in one! Insects and hikers love it alike
This table will deconstruct if you happen to drink alcohol on it. Time ran out when I was starting to build this. Consists of a wooden surface, a wooden trestle and a rope to deconstruct.
This is a piece of fabric, created out of random scrap pieces. The technique used, is inspired by fur sewing.
This is a throwable light switch. It turns off unneccesary lights permanently!
This flexible spike strip protects biodiverse lawn from being mawn too often.
These retractable walls separate angry and annoyed customers from the rest of the world. Thereby blocking noise, smell and visual imput.
This bench reacts to noise levels. If the maximum noise level is exceeded it will try to throw you off.