Best Electric Shaver Design from the Future


Future Shaver Design

The best electric shaver design from the future is the Remington Your Way XR1340 HyperFlex Rotary Shaver – Tech Edition. This rotary-style electric cordless shaver has a sleek black design, with high tech blue design features that you likely won’t have seen on other shavers. Limited Edition shavers don’t come around that often. It’s your chance to get the Your Way shaver for a great price. If you keep on top of the best electric shaver trends, you’ll want to make room in your bathroom for the Remington Your Way shaver. The Your Way is designed with a HyperFlex design, so it allows the entire head to move with your face. It will adjust to any angle, and reduce irritation. The ActiveContour XL features linked cutters that enable the shaver to stay in close contact with the skin on your face and neck. The shaver has three PrecisionPlus heads that have slots and holes for the hair to catch into, to be shaved off. These heads will capture both long and short hairs, ensuring that your face is smooth each shave. Each rotary has titanium TwinTrack blades allowing for maximum skin contact. These blades will work a long time. The Remington Your Way is designed to be used wet or dry. It’ll still provide a great shave while dry. You can bring it into the shower with your, or use it over the sink. Shaving gels and foams can also be used with the My Way. The My Way comes with a charging stand, and it can be folded up when not in use, or for convenient traveling or storage. The Your Way shaver can be charged to last for a full sixty minutes of shaving time. That’s enough for a week or more of shaving. It’s powered with a lithium battery. The LED charge/battery indicator will indicate how much charge you have left, and whether you need to charge it up immediately. You may have noticed that many shavers are noisy. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at the ultra quiet motor of the Your Way. It will efficiently provide power, but still be in a compact design that’s easy to grip. At the back of the shaver is a convenient pop-up ComfortTrim trimmer, to get to those hard to reach places around mustache, beard, and side burns. The Your Way comes with a decent zippered travel bag to protect the shaver in transit, as well as a free three month subscription to the Next Issue App, allowing access to over 140 top magazines. You’ll be pleased with the Remington My Way which probably one of the best electric shaver. You can both have a limited edition product and one that provides a clean, smooth shave, in the same shaver unit. At around $130, you’ll be pleased with how great of a shave you’ll get for a shaver that is affordably priced. The My Way is sure to sell out soon, so be sure to get yours today.

Slum Lab


SLUM Lab 9 (Made In Africa) features articles and photo essays on contemporary African architecture and urbanism, though with an emphasis on cities in South Africa. This special edition of the magazine also acts as the catalogue for the ‘Empower Shack’ exhibitionshowing at Galerie Eva Presenhuber in Zürich from 14 February – 19 April 2014.

The Social Design Public Action Reader



Title: The Social Design Public Action Reader; Magazine: SLUM Lab;

Editors: Alfredo Brillembourg, Hubert Klumpner;

Guest-Editior: Lukas Feireiss

Graphic Design: Floyd E. Schulze; Release: September 2013

On occasion of the Social Design Public Action symposium at the University of Applied Arts Lukas Feireiss guest-edited this special edition of the Slum Lab Magazine directed by Urban-Think Tank founders Alfredo Brillembourg and Hubert Klumpner. The reader is a research and publishing collaboration between Columbia University New York, ETH Zurich and the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Initially, the magazine dealt mainly with the theme of slums and informal settlements. However, over the course of numerous publications, S.L.U.M. Lab has grown to address a wide variety of global urban themes. Since its first edition, S.L.U.M. Lab has proven to be both provocative and popular. Knowledge sharing has always been a core aspect of the magazine.

Breaking Borders: Latin Pratt Exhibition

Latin Pratt is putting on a large and impressive exhibition titled, “Breaking Borders”, in the Robert and Hazel Siegel Gallery in New York. U-TT’s work will be featured along with over a dozen other firms’ projects. Definitely stop by between Sept. 8th and November 30th.

SLUM Lab Asian Mode



The new S.L.U.M. Lab magazine presents a cross-section of contemporary practice in the Asian region, with examples of specific modes of acting in multiple local contexts. The title ASIAN MODE refers to the modus operandi, moods, modes and modalities of researchers in different urban conditions, who are deliberately moving their focus away from the generic, tabula-rasa view of development that dominated publications about Asia in the past decade. Rural and urban, mobility and migration, density and sprawl, openness and exclusion, prosperity and disparity, water and waste, all reappear in different perspectives within this magazine. The idea of this edition is to move away from cliché views on Asia, producing an image of diversity and specificity of Asian everyday life.

Last Round Ecology


We’re excited to announce the upcoming launch of the new SLUM Lab magazine, Last Round Ecology. There will be a launch party on Friday, Sept. 16th at 7pm at Van Alen Books in NYC as part of Urban Design Week 2011. You can learn more about the free event and register for it by clicking on the photo above. We hope to see you there!