contact lenses i would forget that I’m actually wearing them and go wash my face or swimming with them on.
Being placed in the eyes to correct my eye sight.
I would put on my glasses and find that the sight turns blurry, at the moment I would realise that I have forgot to take off my contacts.
The contacts are so comfortable that I don’t normally feel their being. They are clear, transparent, so they can hardly be seen as well.
Improvements: If they could work like magnets and be taken off without having to touch them by hand.
Inge Druckrey has taught for over 40 years at Yale University, the Rhode Island School of Design, the University of Hartford, Philadelphia College of Art, Kunstgewerbeschule in Krefeld, The University of the Arts, and the Kansas City Art Institute.
— Grafton Architects
— Alvaro Siza, seen from the website of one of Royal Academy of Arts’ exhibitions, Sensing Spaces
Leading by Design: The Ikea Story
by Bertil Torekull; translated by Joan Tate
— Pg.88 IKEA the Book by Staffan Bengtsson
This is a great presentation about the truth behind ‘recycling.’