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Crystal Clear Solar Panels Could Turn Your iPhone Into an Energy Generator

Today’s smartphones are dominated by their screens – and researchers just unveiled a new type of 100% transparent solar panel that could turn …

The Remarkable Love Letters of Hannah Arendt and Martin Heidegger

“Why is love rich beyond all other possible human experiences and a sweet burden to those seized in its grasp? Because we become what we love and yet remain ourselves.”<p>The great German writer and political theorist <b>Hannah Arendt</b> (October 14, 1906–December 4, 1975), the first woman to deliver the …

A Bob Marley-Branded Line of Pot Just Hit the Market

There has been no shortage of famous names looking to cash in on the blossoming legal marijuana market through branding deals. But, now one name in …

Instinct Isn’t Enough: Great Design Demands Data

Data-informed design, not data-driven design, is key for delivering top-notch products, argues Robert Hoekman Jr.<p>Executives live by the idea that data will help them understand, and predict, and plan. Data will help them see how decisions map to outcomes, and how outcomes can be influenced by this …

UX Design

Paris hopes €1bn revamp of Les Halles can become city's 'beating heart'

French capital to unveil reworked site crowned with one of the most ambitious architectural projects of the decade<p>For 40 years, Paris has carried the shame of an incredible act of architectural self-sabotage. The heart of the city has never fully recovered from the brazen 1970s bulldozing of the …

A Radical Way To Rethink Resource Efficiency Starts With…Cacti?

Kale might get the nod as the ultimate supergreen, but architect Ali Chen, who works at BIG‘s New York outpost, thinks it’s high time for the Nopal cactus to wear the crown. Known informally as the Prickly Pear, the plant takes the spotlight in her speculative proposal Grassroots Cactivism, a …

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Buk Seoul Museum of Art / Samoo Architects & Engineers

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> Relatively lacking cultural facilities, the North-eastern part of Seoul required a new cultural space …

A Suspended Room / NeM Architectes

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> Located as it is in Gentilly in the vicinity of Paris, on rue Raymond Lefebvre where rows of houses go …

Fitzroy North Residence / Chan Architecture

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> This project involved renovating an existing single fronted Edwardian home and adding a rear and first …

Architecture

What Is It About Bees And Hexagons?

Solved! A bee-buzzing, honey-licking 2,000-year-old mystery that begins here, with this beehive. Look at the honeycomb in the photo and ask yourself: (I know you've been wondering this all your life, but have been too shy to ask out loud ... ) Why is every cell in this honeycomb a hexagon?<p>Bees, …

Stained Glass Miniplanet

Blurring Boundary / UTAA

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> Blurring Boundary, is planned for the University of Seoul campus to communicate and coexist with the …

Solo Laundromat

The SOLO is a unified laundry system for single folks. Besides being compact and wall mounted, the system cleans, irons, de-stains and refreshes …

8 Abstract Views Of London’s Ever-Changing Skyline

For more than a decade, the British printmaker and illustrator Paul Catherall has been vibrantly documenting, in bold linocuts, the way new architecture has emerged and older buildings have been obscured.<p>Few besides the illustrator and printmaker Paul Catherall have paused to notice the details of …

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Lagrangian Point by Design Soil

Kobe Design University’s design collective Design Soil presented a collection of new works in Milan called “Lagrangian Point”. The overarching theme …

A Villa with a Farm by MDS

Designed by MDS for an elderly couple looking to leave the city behind, the Yatsugatake Villa has a farm allowing the homeowners to grow their own …

Architecture

A Completely Grueling (And Life-Changing) 7 Minute Workout - The Fox Is Black

What if it took you only 7 minutes to get a full body workout? That’s the claim of an article in the May-June issue of the American College of Sports …

Silent-Evolution-Sculpture-Under-Water-Art-By-Jason-deCaires-Taylor (o This exhibit, completed in 2010, sits on the floor of the Mexican Caribbean off the coast of Cancun and in case you thought it was just art, it has a very practical purpose as well. The Cancun Marine Park attracts over 750,000 tourists a year and this places a lot of pressure on the natural coral reefs. These sculptures are designed to encourage coral growth and thereby add to the oceans biological flourishing. The project is unique in its fusion of public art with environmental conservation and is a visible depiction of the symbiotic relationship between humans and nature.

Objects I Use: Cheapie Carabiners

Like my train pass wallet, these objects fall into the category of things I touch and use every day. Carabiners are intended for mountain climbing, …

Climbing