Lin’s spare visual language gave the Vietnam Memorial its haunting power, and now she uses that vocabulary to speak out on environmental tragedies.
This iPad app features some of the most dazzling shots of underground engineering that you’ve ever seen.
Tele-Present Water creates a automated puppet show based on a script generated by the ocean, half a planet away.
MIT’s Media Lab experiments with a new idea in personal navigation that works indoors, thanks to maps of a building’s magnetism.
The Center for Architecture Science and Ecology, a collaboration between SOM and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, develops a new way to harness the power of the almighty rhizosphere. The almighty wha? Read on.
Accounting is the one thing that every single business absolutely needs. Isn’t it time someone fixed the UI?
Rap’s silliest names are backed by extremely specific nomenclature.
Who needs a degree from Harvard when you’ve got a great-looking resume? Okay, Harvard doesn’t hurt.
The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore is like a well-written bedtime story and an immersive animated movie at once.
Even the most brilliant innovation cannot succeed when its value depends on other innovations that fail to arrive on time, argues Ron Adner.