One-minute movie: Swiss architecture firm Gramazio Kohler Architects and roboticist Raffaello D’Andrea have collaborated with ETH Zürich to investigate how drones can be programmed to "weave" simple tensile structures in the air.
One-minute movie: this smart bike helmet – which won the transport design category at the 2016 Beazley Designs of the Year awards – features embedded brake lights and indicators to let nearby drivers know when the cyclist is turning or braking. More
One-minute movie: Chinese University of Hong Kong students created this curving pavilion from bent bamboo poles and translucent fabric to host a series of events that promote low-carbon living and construction. More
One-minute movie: in this exclusive movie for Dezeen, Bjarke Ingels explains how his firm BIG created an undulating pavilion on the lawn of the Serpentine Gallery using thousands of fibreglass blocks stacked on top of each other.
One-minute movies: Royal College of Art graduate Morten Grønning Nielsen has designed a motor-powered glove with oscillating pads that allow users to sculpt hard materials like stone and wood by hand. More
Halfbike is a three-wheeled vehicle designed by transportation start-up Kolelinia that allows riders to stand up while pedalling.
One-minute movie: Imogen Heap demonstrates how her Mi.Mu gloves allow users to interact remotely with a computer using only hand gestures, heralding new possibilities for the creation of electronic music. More
One-minute movie: AmphibianArc's concept exhibition centre for Chinese vehicle manufacturer Zoomlion features a facade with huge flapping wings that open and close in the style of a Transformer. More