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NY House / Urbanscape Architects

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> Designed for a family of four, the NY House, is the result of an extensive renovation of a mid-size, …

The 16 Most Beautiful Places in Europe Will Take Your Breath Away

Complete with fairy-tale castles, picturesque seaside retreats, otherworldly natural parks, and charming cities, Europe is full of striking places to …

National Parks

Debt recovery schemes of the past ineffectual: RBI

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Monday conceded before the Madras High Court that debt resolution and recovery mechanisms, such as Corporate Debt …

Bank of India

Studio MM

Our pick for #HouseoftheDay is the Jessie Street Residence by Derrington Building Studio. For more on this home, please visit: …

Architecture

13 Reasons You Should Stop Complaining About Your "Tiny" Apartment

If you've ever found yourself in a Carrie Bradshaw–level home dilemma (i.e., toying with the idea of stuffing your sweaters into the oven to save …

Small Spaces

These Budget-Friendly Small Space Solutions Are So Smart

If you find yourself less than impressed with the current state of your small home, we've got a handful of ideas to spruce it up. And none of them …

Living Rooms

La Cabañita / Paz Arquitectura

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> La Cabañita seeks to integrate into the natural environment of a wooded area on the outskirts of …

Guatemala City

2018 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

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Nature Photography

North Carolina didn't like science on sea levels … so passed a law against it

When North Carolina got bad news about what its coast could look like thanks to climate change, it chose to ignore it.<p>In 2012, the state now in the path of Hurricane Florence reacted to a prediction by its Coastal Resources Commission that sea levels could rise by 39in over the next century by …

North Carolina

Everything You Need To Know About The Law The EU Just Passed That Could Change The Internet As We Know It

Frederick Florin / AFP / Getty Images<p>The European Parliament voted to adopt an extremely controversial copyright reform on Wednesday that could have …

Copyright Directive

Why you must travel the Silk Road in your lifetime

History is full of long and legendary highways but none – frankly – come close to the Silk Road. It’s not just the magnitude (at least 4,000 miles, in more than 40 countries) but the mythic potency of the project. The world was cleft into east and west in the Middle Ages.<p>But long before, the Silk …

Silk Road

When Exactly to Buy Your Next International Flight, According to a Study of 350 Million Fares

By analyzing 350 million airfares to more than 3,000 international markets, CheapAir.com identified the “Prime Booking Window” (the period of time …

Air Travel

This beautiful map shows everything that powers an Amazon Echo, from data mines to lakes of lithium

Welcome to the ‘Anatomy of an AI System’<p>That the modern world is a complex place will not have escaped your notice.<p>We are all dimly, unsettlingly aware that our lives are enmeshed in systems we can’t fully comprehend. The last meal you ate probably contained produce grown in another country that …

Cognitive Computing

Villa Salame / Jonathan Canetti Architecture & Design

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> Villa Salame is located in the southern area of Tel Aviv, in the midst of alleys crowded with garages …

Architecture

She made the discovery, but a man got the Nobel. A half-century later, she’s won a $3 million prize.

Jocelyn Bell Burnell built the telescope, laboring in damp and chilly English weather to install more than 100 miles of cable and copper wire across a windswept field near Cambridge. She operated the instruments and analyzed the data, poring over miles of chart paper etched with the inked …

Nobel Prize

Pack This $3 Item With You Every Time You Fly, According to Travel Experts

Blame the ultra-low humidity.<p>Besides your passport and boarding pass, there’s one more item that travel bloggers (and doctors, for that matter) …

Skin Care

We've Just Seen What Happens When a Galaxy Punches a Giant Hole Through Another

POW! BAM!<p>There are many strange galaxies out there in space, but about 300 million light-years away is one that's really something. It's called AM …

Black Holes

If you are reading this, you are already ahead

I recently spoke with one of my students about her challenge to find a new job. Like you, she reads these types of personal development articles.<p>And …

Study Skills

Archaeologists Just Unearthed an Ancient Egyptian Village Older Than the Great Pyramids of Giza

Archeologists have discovered one of the oldest villages to date in Egypt’s Nile Delta.<p>The country's Antique Ministry announced on Sunday the …

Archaeology

14 of the Best Photos from Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018

The Natural History Museum has released a set of Highly Commended photos from its Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018 competition that honors the …

Nature Photography

Grimshaw designs tiny homes for Australian charity

Grimshaw has designed a 35-metre-square micro home to raise money for Kids Under Cover, which supports homeless youth in Australia.<p>Designed to …

Housing Market

The ten greatest lenses in the history of photography

<b>John Wade is your guide to some of the most interesting camera lenses ever made in the history of photography</b><p>Lenses came before cameras. In fact, …

Cameras

Scientists create a clock so accurate it won't lose time for 40 million years

The Cryogenic Sapphire Oscillator is one of the most precise clocks ever invented -- and it's not just keeping time, it's keeping Australia safe.<p>Researchers at the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) in Adelaide, Australia in conjunction with Cryoclock, have, for the past 20 <i>years</i> …

Chronometry

You'll Definitely Want to Go Chasing Waterfalls When You See These Stunners

When it comes to beautiful landscapes and views, we're partial to waterfalls. The soothing sounds of rushing streams, the visually hypnotizing tumble …

National Parks

Modern Shower Designs And Features That Will Make You Envious

Planning to renovate your bathroom soon? That would be a perfect time to add a walk-in shower to the space. After all, all the modern bathrooms have …

Minimalism

This 350 SF NYC Apartment for Sale Can Host Dinner for 10

When it comes to maximizing small spaces, both designers and apartment dwellers alike have become increasingly creative out of necessity. Graham …

10 of Europe’s coolest neighbourhoods

Take a back seat Montmartre, Kreuzberg and Dalston, because it’s time for a new generation of hip ’hoods to take centre stage. Here are 10 of the …

Aarhus

This Bright and Cheerful Family Home Will Have You Grinning From Ear to Ear

Designing a home that will reflect the whole family's style as well as the surrounding environment while also looking cohesive and well-curated is a …

Home Decorating

Michael Bay's Los Angeles Villa

Say what you will about his films: after viewing Michael Bay's Los Angeles Villa, it's hard to question his taste in architecture. The majority of …

Architecture

Architects transform a derelict lot into an urban oasis in New Delhi

Delhi-based firm Harsh Vardhan Jain Architect has converted a derelict lot in South East New Delhi into a beautiful vertical home clad in glass …

Architecture