Às vésperas da data limite para a votação da Reforma da Previdência - antes do início do calendário eleitoral - e diante da dificuldade do governo de articular apoio da base aliada no Congresso, a chance
Homens próximos a políticos envolvidos em atos ilegais são descobertos pela Polícia Federal e confessam seus crimes. Em troca de penas mais brandas, prometem entregar parceiros e ajudar a Justiça em outras
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A novel way to visualize our doom Scientists have been observing a steady rise in global temperatures for at least seven decades, give or take. Most of the data visualizations for the trend wind up looking
Can architecture be future-proof? OMA reckons so and has created a mutable behemoth that combines offices, housing, retail, and more. There’s no shortage of grand gestures in high-profile buildings tailored
Mass timber projects in Portland and New York City offer eco-friendly dwellings, but can ‘plywood on steroids’ actually catch on in the industry? The concrete jungle has a rival: forests. Two urban building
Automation could revolutionize architecture--by eliminating architects. Seven years ago, in my then-column for Architect magazine, I wrote that computerized automation eventually could fulfill the ultimate
Say hello to "oceanscrapers." If you think of the city of the future as being filled with impossibly tall skyscrapers, think again. Instead, we could one day become people of the sea who live in "oceanscrapers."