Doug Aitken’s latest show destroyed the concrete floor of the 303 Gallery. It was worth it.
What happens when the Harlem Shake is simplified into dots? You realize that insanity is actually very well organized.
Now accepting entries. All finalists will appear in our October 2013 design issue.
A clever statement on both digital media, and a nascent world where physical designs can always be copied, thanks to 3-D printing.
And it’s called Airberg. Geddit?
Hanging mid-height in an old portside industrial hall, this massive space provides companies and universities with meeting spaces and labs.
Facebook has a monetization problem. And they plan to solve it by first fixing their engagement problem.
Mixed media artist Mathieu Frossard challenges the compulsions behind “fast” food.
Irving Harper: Works In Paper celebrates the designer’s personal creative passions while elucidating--but not dwelling upon--his professional short shrifts.
Switch is an unassuming and hugely useful speaker system.
Two Finnish artists turn industrial mechanisms like ball bearings, magnets, and solenoids into art.
For the new "Let’s Move Active Schools" campaign, Wolff Olins had to create something accessible and adaptable.
Co.Design gets an exclusive first look at Cloud Shield, which makes Twine a full-blown internet device. Welcome to the Internet of Things.