Luke Brennan writes:
Invasion of the 20ft billboards. This giant ugly brain-crawler is currently being constructed on Shelbourne Road [Dublin 4].
Louise Williams twasks:
Dublin street furniture ‘not in use’. But what would its use be, under the luminous orange drapes?
Street Charge, developed by Brooklyn based designers PENSA is a solar powered USB charging station for the street: a free alternative to coffee-shop recharging. The blurb sez:
Street Charge is Pensa’s concept for the city streets, where we, as product designers, can take back our built environment to create small urban oases.
It’s a nice thought.
Charging your expensive ear-candy on a darkened street under an LED light.