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Why ghee is the elixir of life | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

I, like most Indians, grew up eating ghee and relished every drop of it. In the late 80s there was this vogue of banishing ghee from your diet …

Red Wine Brownies

<i>Super ridiculously fudgy and moist Red Wine Brownies for when you can’t decide if you want drinks or dessert. Thank you, brownie gods.</i><p>I can’t believe …

Dessert

Now Anyone Can Build Ikea’s Experimental Garden

A few months ago, Ikea’s innovation lab Space10 released a garden structure called the Growroom. Aimed for neighborhood use by city dwellers who don’t have backyards, the spherical wooden planter is meant to be a way to grow food locally and sustainably.<p>On Friday, Space10 published the entire set …

A Post-Human World Is Coming. Design Has Never Mattered More

Designers will play a crucial role in shaping our post-human future. Our lives may depend on it.<p><i>Digital Design Theory</i> (Princeton Architectural Press, 2016) is available on Amazon.<p>Futurist experts have estimated that by the year 2030 computers in the price range of inexpensive laptops will have a …

Why Virtual Reality Will Change Design Forever

VR won’t just change the way we experience life. It will change the way we create.<p>My dining room may never be the same. The Ikea table and vintage fiberglass chairs have been pushed aside. The perimeter is traced with dangling cords, precariously connecting a constellation of hastily tape-mounted …

Mumbai's designer cabs are so stunning that even Chris Martin sat in one

Coldplay's recent India-inspired video "Hymn for the Weekend" might have drawn flak for cultural stereotyping, but it brought one Mumbai-based art …

Surplus food for the homeless is just an app away

On-demand smartphone apps are known for addressing the whims and desires of the comfortable. It turns out they can also serve the greater good.<p>One lunch changed Komal Ahmad's life.<p>It was 2011. She had just come back from Navy summer training and was attending the University of California at …

Elon Musk wants to fund city on Mars with Internet-delivering satellites

In November 2014, SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk briefly outlined a plan of delivering internet access through a network of 700 satellites.<p>Now, at an …

Train Track Trek: SEFT-1, the Abandoned Railway Exploration Probe Vehicle

When the Mexican national railway system privatized in 1995, passenger lines were decommissioned on the grounds of low profits. Despite their …

Trains

This Dramatic Building Is In Perpetual Flux

With “Fluidity,” Madrid-based GGLab not only rendered a sinuous structure. They also manged to build it.<p>Sure, architectural renderings are meant to accurately convey what an as-yet-to-be built project will look like when built. But they also serve as sales tools. In order to best showcase the …

The Social Behavior Of Bacteria, Trippily Explored In Art

The advanced collective and social intelligence of bacteria colonies makes for some very psychedelic design.<p>The invisible colony of bacteria that spreads its invisible biomass across a petri dish is as gestalt as any alien hive-mind. Like such a mind, it grows with design, and it is from this …

Modern Art

Design Icon: Revisiting The Sticky Lamp, A Light That Sticks To Anything

Designer Chris Kabel’s Sticky Lamp can be stuck to any wall, ceiling, or just about any other convenient surface.<p>Sometimes the proverbial light bulb just flicks on, and an idea strikes you with immediate force. Other times, you have to throw all your thoughts at the wall and see what sticks. …

google's project loon: balloon powered internet for everyone

<b>google’s project loon: balloon powered internet for everyone</b><p>as two-thirds of the world’s population does not yet have internet access, google’s …

Project Loon

Interview: Spencer Tunick

Photographer Spencer Tunick fills landscapes and public places with the naked body. Some of his images offer the view of one nude figure, while others reveal epic scenes of mass mobs in historic and iconic locations. From thousands of people lined up in a record-breaking installation in Cleveland, …

Art

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Inspired by Myth: Vilu Light Collection by gt2P

Chilean architecture and design studio gt2P (Great Things to People) has launched a new collection of lighting called Vilu, which happens to be their …

Furniture

Wooden Skyscraper

It might surprise you to find that this 34-story residential skyscraper proposed for Stockholm’s cultural hub is composed not of steel, but almost …