The resume is dead. I've been saying this for a while now, and usually my perspective is rooted in this belief that having a personal brand is far more valuable than a sheet of paper that says where you
Future of dockless bicycles under a cloud amid concerns there are too many bikes and not enough demand At first glance the photos vaguely resemble a painting. On closer inspection it might be a giant or
Ahh... Indoor-outdoor home designs often feature large glass windows to create that seamless transition. But this home in Israel takes it one step further— the architects lifted the roof off the walls
Some schools are changing architectural education by eliminating tuition. Could it help make the profession more relevant and diverse? When it comes to diversity in architecture, the statistics are jarring.
Photographer Sandro Casutt lives in a remote Swiss village with unbelievable views of the Andromeda Galaxy. The village of Vals, population 990, is a prime location for viewing the closest major galaxy
If you have a shiny new smartphone and are wondering what to do with your old one, you're not alone. People upgrade their smartphone once every two years, on average. So what to do with the old device?
A record amount of rainfall in Australia has closed its famous national park at Uluru in what meteorologists described as a "twice a century" weather event. Waterfalls have formed all over the park's sandstone
This animation is as mesmerizing as it is frightening. Make no mistake: Earth is a powerful and, at times, violent planet. And if you had any doubts, this new jaw-dropping animation ought to put them rest.
But a new tiny house, called the Koda, is designed to move with you. A construction crew from Kodasema, the Estonia-based design firm that created the 269-square-foot cube, can assemble it in less than
Microsoft’s headset, originally for gamers, looks like ski goggles meets bifocals meets Tom Cruise in Minority Report, but its purpose is a serious one Passengers in a ThyssenKrupp elevator in the tallest
Forty-five years after it was first published, Ruchira, an Indian cookbook in Marathi language, continues to be a bestseller. Readers turn to Ruchira for its consummate coverage of traditional vegetarian
Something massive and important has happened in the United States over the past 50 years: Economic wealth has become increasingly concentrated among a small group of ultra-wealthy Americans. You can read
Ann Morgan spent a year reading a book from every country in the world – 196 in total. Here she picks 10 favourites that vividly evoke the regions they describe • If you’ve read a book with a powerful
The reason for such magnanimity? "Because it makes sense to do so," says Marcel Neven, the mayor of Vise, Belgium. Well, that and perhaps a little help from a headless body. While Belgium will be losing
Via Dreamland: Adventures in the Strange Science of Sleep: ...Ekirch somehow rediscovered a fact of life that was once as common as eating breakfast. Every night, people fell asleep not long after the
Paris-based artist Charles Pétillon has a reputation for filling abandoned spaces with ethereal balloon formations. For his first installation in a public space and his largest undertaking to date, Heartbeat,
Cruise ships, while notable for their grandiose scale, are rarely appreciated for their design. But photographer Jeffrey Milstein revisits the aesthetics of these massive boats from another angle: above.
The news that cheese sandwiches are the nation's favourite desk lunch illustrates the gulf between what we dream of eating and what we actually have time to make There are foods that we read about and
It's about the way that humans see the world and how until we have a way to describe something, even something so fundamental as a color, we may not even notice that it's there. Until relatively recently