Sohrab Vossoughi, an innovation consultant at Ziba with 27 years of experience, breaks down what both the client and the consultant need to do.
At this year’s Maison d’Objet, the Danes demonstrate that their craft tradition is alive and well, thank you.
Toronto-based firm Lateral Office proposes new building typologies for the changing landscape near the Arctic--a city built on top of 4500 wooden dowels.
Today, at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, Mercedes revealed its car of the future: a luxury sedan with zero-emissions propulsion--the holy grail of "sustainable" car manufacturing--thanks to a hydrogen-electric-hybrid engine.
“When one is surrounded by these columns, one can ideally begin to imagine an architecture that is conceived using such an algorithmic approach,” the designer tells us.
“Maker” covers everyone from an Israeli prosthetic-limb designer to a hyper-realistic cake decorator to retired naval officer Tony Casdagli, the only male member of the Chelsea Ladies sewing group. What they share is the ability to wield technology.
Trulia’s newest interactive toy is a surprising lens onto what we’re doing everyday at work--and the dynamics of the country’s bruised and achy real-estate market.
From a first-grader curious about how a clock works, to a designer who needs to make a quick-and-dirty mockup of an in-development gadget, we could all use a little help when it comes to understanding and manipulating our interactive world.
Vogelzang’s work is the opposite of the fussy molecular gastronomy: She isn’t designing food, after all, but rather the experience around it.