Copenhagenize Flow is a system of modular tiles that enables bike riders to establish a flat cycle lane surface anywhere, on the fly.
Parkcycle is a scheme that enables parks to be spontaneously assembled in any public location.
Denmark’s Helmmate enables cyclists to lock their helmet with their bike, while also putting it to use in keeping their seat dry.
Danish designers Nordarch have created the Rabalder Parken skatepark, which is connected to water canals and doubles up as a reservoir in the case of flooding.
Denmark’s Pop-Up Hotel aims to reappropriate vacant office space in the center of New York City and turn it into revenue-making hotels for travelers.
Co-operative grocery superstore SuperBrugsen is getting customers to suggest local products they would like to see on the shelves of their nearest store.
The Vest Pizza restaurant powered its ovens with the energy saved by the neighborhood.
The Make The City Sound Better project has equipped a London black cab with the technology to create music for the passenger based on the locations they are passing through.
Danish Coffeebrewer Nordic has created a disposable French press called the Coffeebrewer that works right inside its own bag.
Award-winning entrepreneurs Jonas Gam and Peder Burgaard share the thinking behind their interactive swing — Son-X Octavia.