Helen Walters reports from the inaugural Interaction Awards, and finds that the best interfaces leave tech behind and address larger systems of interaction.
Groot Vijversburg will double its size with a maze of hedges leading to gorgeous amenities.
There’s something perversely satisfying in seeing classical art--art that represents the acme of cultural sophistication--reduced to farm animals and blob people.
A reminder that you should always read a prix fixe menu very closely.
We’re not so sure about the concept video, but the research behind it is fantastic, asking basic questions about what we expect from the tech around us.
"I’ve got my iPhone and GPS and news anytime I want it. But my mindset is: I’m not married to this thing."
Fashion magazines are good at stoking desire. But they’re not designed to actually sell anything--and that’s where Lifestyle Mirror steps in.
A pair of remarkable projects created by Ben Fry and Fathom may seem like simple marketing. But one day soon could enterprise software look like this?