Stanford University isn’t just collecting the papers of pioneering architect William McDonough--it’s documenting his entire existence.
Naica’s warm glow and clever carrying loop were inspired by the simplicity of carbide work lanterns.
Now accepting entries. All finalists will appear in our October 2013 design issue.
"Flying is magical," says the famed Dutch designer Hella Jongerius, whose star-spangled textiles were customized to look their best at 35,000 feet.
A web concept by Artefact looks for common ground in non-partisan terms to get ideas--and real-world actions--flowing.
A giant tree trunk and a view of the Eiffel Tower? What more could you ask for.
A story of the elusive star and his most magnificent wheels.
Taking sensory overload extremely literally.
Fairey’s design pays tribute to sci-fi movies and books of the 1970s and '80s.
March Madness is here! This map shows where all the fans are.
Rando for iOS turns photo sharing on its head, and it’s a little bit thrilling.
Studies show that the stories we tell each other--to our kids, our employees, and our peers--have an impact on the emotional health of the group.