Beyoncé Reunited Destiny's Child, Brought Out Jay-Z and Solange, and Outdid Every Coachella Performance
Beyoncé, last night's headliner at Coachella, took the stage and raised the bar forever on what a music festival performance can be. Destiny's Child made an appearance, along with Jay-Z and Solange Knowles.
A most unusual home It’s not every day you get to peek inside a David Adjaye-designed private residence, let alone the striking Lost House, a project the Ghanaian British architect completed in 2004. in
A small group of programmers wants to change how we code—before catastrophe strikes. There were six hours during the night of April 10, 2014, when the entire population of Washington State had no 911 People
With high ceilings and wide open spaces, barns have become the perfect dwellings for homeowners looking to repurpose architecture or simply live expansively. Increasingly, architects are being asked to
Along with, "How do I get a raise?" one of the most common questions that even exceptional employees ask their boss is, "What can I do to get promoted?" For some bosses, the answer to getting promoted
First of all, try to be human. We’ve all been frustrated when talking to a computer. Maybe it can’t understand what you’re saying. Maybe it hears you, but doesn’t understand what you mean. Or maybe it’s
From the same designers who preserved the 1970s NASA ‘worm’ logo Two years ago, Jesse Reed and Hamish Smyth put together a Kickstarter project that reissued NASA’s original 1974 design standards, which
A little architectural ingenuity went a long way in replacing an old garage with this sunny abode The site was unconventional: a long, skinny lot wedged between back gardens and a 16-car garage in West
Manhattan may seem packed with people today, but the island is not nearly as dense as it used to be. That's evident in a time-lapse map by New York University urban scholars Solly Angel and Patrick Lamson-Hall.
Sara Berman's belongings became an unlikely meditation on immigration, re-invention and feminine independence. Sara Berman kept her closet in perfect order ― shoes lined up in an unerring row, crisply
The remedy for Eichler overload Under the tutelage Frank Lloyd Wright, Daniel Liebermann assisted with the construction of the famed Marin County Civic Center (1962). But he’s since come into his own as
Oh, and it's inspired by cockroaches. This being a digital age, our lives are suffused with fonts. Just about every word we read is set in a font crafted by an artist, a team of them, or even multiple
Since there's no polite way to tell someone to go away, most of us get stuck waiting for that person to leave. That's where a new Google Chrome Extension called Nope comes in. Created by Breather— the
Last week I jumped on a call with Andy Hertzfeld, a Silicon Valley legend who really shouldn’t need an introduction. However, in case you aren’t familiar with Andy’s work, he was an early Apple employee,
This week we’ve decided to curate some of the coolest design newsletters with unique concepts. People in the design industry tend to be hungry to learn more and develop their skills, so the personal digests
If you think the city’s bike lanes are bad now, check out what they were like 15 years ago The de Blasio administration and the city’s Department of Transportation are making strides in their “Vision initiative,
Emotions play an active role in almost all of our decision making. That's one reason why emotional intelligence, the ability to identify, understand, and manage those emotions, is such an invaluable skill.
fastcoexist.com - About the author Adele Peters is a staff writer at Fast Company who focuses on solutions to some of the world's largest problems, from climate change to homelessness. Previously, she worked with GOOD, BioLite, and the Sustainable Products and Solutions program at UC Berkeley. More