Tiny homes are exotic to many of us, but they are extraordinarily functional as a reprieve from the busy neighborhoods of Tokyo. As I discuss in my book, "The Hyperlocalization of Architecture," the secret
There are a lot of perks living in a big city. You’re in a hub of people and there’s always incredible restaurants to check out, exciting events going on and the hustle and bustle can be exhilarating.
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Scans show brainwaves of those with epilepsy appear to synchronise with music by Mozart and John Coltrane Listening to jazz or Mozart might stop epileptics having seizures, new research has suggested.
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Ever have a moment when you're rooting for something that seems so positive to hit a touchdown -- but then suddenly spirals downward? That's what it felt like recently when I recently watched that viral
An Italian man has successfully wooed Foo Fighters with a “crazy” plan to have 1,000 musicians play a synchronized rendition of the hit Learn to Fly, in order to persuade the American band to play in town.
Outside of the Western world, a handful of cities are fast becoming important global business players. Some of their home countries are recognizing that power and seek to create a multi-polar world that