A New Era of eDrive

The iX3 is an all-electric SUV, built with BMW’s 5th-generation of eDrive—making for a more dynamic, efficient and innovative driving experience.

The iX3 is produced with a holistic approach to sustainability. The efficient drive system, extensive use of secondary raw materials, absence of rare earths, and across-the-board use of green electricity in production all combine to result in an impressive CO2 assessment.

The rear-wheel-drive configuration delivers signature BMW driving dynamics, with a range of up to 460 km. When it comes time to charge, the battery can be boosted from 10 to 80 per cent in just 32 minutes.

Focused on elavating the finer details, the BMW iX3 features a simulated Start/Stop sound designed by Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer and BMW sound designer Renzo Vitale.



Softer Volumes: Cafés — Digital Book

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Casa To, located in the picturesque coastal town of Puerto Escondido in Oaxaca, is a prime example of an architectural endeavour that successfully harmonises with its natural surroundings.
Apple recently released their new range of iPhones and with that comes an array of new features that improve upon the device’s performance, practicality, creative potential and more. If you’re interested in upgrading, in this article we explore the different models available this year in the simplified iPhone 14 range. 
When the original MINI was launched back in 1959, the car quickly became a cult classic thanks to its small size, nimble handling, and fuel-efficient engine. The spirit of the original MINI lives on in the current models, continuing to offer a go-kart-like driving experience while maintaining a small carbon footprint.
In the last couple of years, the concept of the 'workplace' has taken on a new meaning for many, and subsequently what we look for in our workplace furniture has evolved. Demand has never been greater for versatile pieces that merge timeless aesthetics with today's research-backed ergonomics. Herman Miller's new Zeph Chair captures the spirit of the contemporary office — balancing an attractive Eames-inspired form with the functionality you'd expect from Herman Miller performance seating — and is well poised for the future of the workplace.

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