Here’s how a company upgraded one of the most basic construction tools around.
Two New York art directors collected, dried, and painted wood they found on the Jersey Shore after the hurricane. Now, the pieces are being sold to benefit local reconstruction efforts.
Dorothée Meilichzon embraced a mix-and-match spirit for the city’s centrally located Hôtel Paradis.
Alberto Tadiello takes a poetic approach to his electronic installations.
Reconsidering the ubiquitous on/off button for humans who love to touch things.
Honored by the AIA this month, a scheme to regenerate a Little Rock neighborhood focuses on pooling resources and sharing outdoor space.
More than 200 design teams participated in the Health Design Challenge, a competition to redesign patient medical records. Soon, 6 million VA patients will see the benefits.
Pablo Garcia’s Profilograph transforms a handful of 16th-century sketches into a single three-dimensional object.
The company’s recent disappointments have undermined the engagement users have had with the brand, marking a shift away from building community to making money, argues Bruce Nussbaum.
With an estimated 2014 completion date, this proposal for a home in Ireland may become the first 3-D printed building.
The humble plus sign gives VH1 the latitude to grow its ever-increasing crop of platforms and properties.