A two-minute video by two Polish designers that took two months to draw, frame by frame.
A Kickstarter success story, the Olloclip is available for the holiday rush (hint, hint).
In renderings, the 54,000-square-foot Music and Dance Centre is composed of a messy stack of boxes that jut out every which way.
A fun campaign for a year free of chair design asks you to think about sustainability.
British artist Tom Price uses little more than polypropylene pipes and nylon cable ties to build an installation that summons D.C.’s most iconic natural wonders.
Pentagram’s Luke Hayman riffs off of Massimo Vignelli’s iconic subway map to create a chart of key figures in New York’s design network, both past and present.
With natural, rustic materials and a communal vibe, this restaurant looks more like a vegetarian cafe than the home of the Whopper.
"In the future, your house will send you a text message to warn you that your basement is flooding." Sounds like the kind of hooey you only hear in those fantastical "future of…" videos, doesn’t it? Not anymore.
This new system, Bruce Nussbaum writes, isn’t just about startups and venture capitalists; it’s based on a community of makers.