In "Material Strategies," author Blaine Brownell details how architects, from Zaha Hadid to Peter Zumthor, get creative with the most ubiquitous construction material on earth.
Working out of her Atlanta studio, Colleen Jordan makes wearable flowerpots to order.
SLO Architecture enlists the help of Inwood teens, architecture interns, and Kickstarter funders to build a Bucky-esque sphere--a symbol of New York’s waterborne debris.
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"You’re fired! That’s the last time you’ll be 3 millimeters late!"
Do you know what Toyota did before making cars?
The idea was to create a visual language that could describe the range of services offered by Brevia Consulting.
If I had to explain the Internet to an E.T., I’d call up a bunch of animated GIFs. They’re the purest distillation of the web, its unofficial universal language.
A novel system gives these controllers surreal haptic feedback, instead of just rumbling.
Victor Enrich uses Photoshop to create a vision that feels like an alternate, but parallel, universe.