• Emily Kaiser Thelin
    Writer Emily Kaiser Thelin tried to play it cool when she first saw the interior of Jeff Wardell and Claudia Sagan’s apartment (“Contained,” December/January 2012). But a lifelong obsession with container ships made it difficult for her to restrain her glee when she saw two containers stacked on top of each other and used as rooms. She hopes she didn’t wear out her welcome when, under the guise of research, she tested the containers’ many whimsical custom features, including the office’s sleeping nook.
  • Ndtprint LLC
    Website: https://ndtprint.com/ Ndtprint POD is a new type of store that is designed to be convenient and efficient. Ndtprint PODs are small, self-contained stores that offer a wide variety of products and services. They are located in convenient locations, making it easy to shop for what you need.
  • Sun-Mar
    In 1971, Hardy Sundberg developed the world's first self-contained composting toilet. For the first time a self-contained toilet could be put in a bathroom and would evaporate liquids and compost solids. The next big technical breakthrough came in 1979 when Hardy develped his third generation toilet which incorporated a rotating drum as the composting chamber. This was a three chamber design which used separate chambers for composting, evaporating, and compost finishing. Now the environment for each function could be optimized individually. Sun-Mar remains the world leader in composting toilets, and dominates the North American market with its unparalleled range of 22 models from 6 different product families.
  • Indissoluble
    WE CREATE SPACES THAT COMMUNICATE Since 2005 we have been designing and producing spaces with contents. We give shape to narrative environments that tell stories and communicate the uniqueness of our clients. Based in Barcelona (Spain) we give tailored solutions whether we are working on cultural exhibitions, showrooms or trade stands. Every project combines the work of architecture, communication, informatics and engineering experts. We look for a complete symbiosis between spaces and the information contained in them. "Every detail of the space reflects the character of an organization: materials, shapes, colors, interaction, information... it’s about finding the soul of every space" JR Vásquez, CEO For more info go to www.indissoluble.com