A super useful infographic detailing everything from the various rungs of Facebook fans to the real secret sauce of Facebook: The math that decides what appears in your latest-news feed.
San Francisco designer Kim Pimmel combined soap bubbles with dye and some creepy-ass music and got this terrifying time-lapse video.
Architect Christian Pottgiesser designs a house outside Paris that dodges all the rules (but never breaks them).
In 2005, the bathroom-fixture manufacturer Axor issued a challenge to an esteemed trio of European designers: Dream up new ways of celebrating the beauty and transformative power of water in the bathroom without regard for production costs or marketing concerns.
Nicola Formichetti, Thierry Mugler creative director and stylist to Lady Gaga, will open his first temporary shop in Manhattan next week.
The Interactive Robotic Painting Machine is deeply influenced by what people say to it, “just as we [artists] subtly (or not so subtly) are influenced by what others tell us,” artist Benjamin Grosser says.
Some dog owners often decide to put an injured dog to sleep rather than subject him to a life of perceived misery. That wasn't acceptable to Israeli industrial design student Nir Shalom.
The Hong Kong–based firm proposes an entire neighborhood that burrows into the ground before a storm hits.
Rams's experimentation with new materials and minimalist styling brought grace and dignity to common household appliances--even the hair dryer becomes a revelation in Rams' hands.