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Nendo Designed A Whole Department Store, And It’s BonkersThis Tube Map Shows The Greatest London Buildings That Never Came To BeA Digital Game That Can Still Foster Open-Ended PlayYou Can Cook A Whole Meal On This Wired Kitchen TableCan Rebranding Help A City Shake Its Seedy Reputation?Why Designing In A Vacuum Isn’t Always A Bad ThingThis Startup Is Renaming Every Place On EarthDon’t Be Surprised If Google’s New Animated Short Wins An OscarHow Two Industrial Design Titans Are Helping Brands Simplify TechA Shape-Shifting Desk That Hides Your Chair Until It’s NeededThe Extreme Couture Of London’s Underground Club SceneThe Least Expensive, Most Job-Friendly Cities For New GraduatesA Universal Interface That You Control By DoodlingTribe Mixes The Best Of Text And Video ChatBrilliant! This Zipper Warns You When Your Fly Is DownArtist Corrects Inaccuracies At The George W. Bush Library With Augmented RealityRihanna Designs Star Trek-Inspired Glasses For Dior, And They Are AwesomeThe Star Horticulturist Behind Silicon Valley’s Living Wall TrendLook Closer! This Spider Bot Is Actually A Person WalkingEarly Richard Dawkins Books Get An Algorithmically Generated RedesignThis Typeface Turns “Refugees” Into Real People AgainWhat Architects Make When They Play With LegoControlling A Smart Home Can Be As Easy As Tossing Keys In A BowlThe Controversial Keurig For Juice Was Designed By Yves BéharThe Internet’s 10 “Ugliest” WebsitesChina’s Star Design Studio: Consumerism Is Hurting The IndustryDesign Your Own Chocolate With The Willy Wonka Of 3-D PrintersThe Simpsons Burn Ikea In Epic Couch GagAll You Need To Build An Instrument With This App? Sticky NotesGoogle’s Project Ara Is Challenging The Very Notion Of What A Smartphone Can BeWhy The Sound Of A Brand Name MattersThe Lost Drawings Of An Artist Who Spent His Life In A Lunatic AsylumNotifications Are Broken. Here’s How Google Plans To Fix ThemInside The Design Of Google’s First Smart JacketReport: Flying Is Still Awful Despite Customer Satisfaction At A 10-Year HighA Reality Check That Explains San Francisco’s Housing “Crisis”Computer Glitches Turned Into Sculptural FurnitureThe Airbnb For Historic Landmarks Lets You Sleep In A CastleThe Real Story Behind BrutalismHow Designing For Disabled People Is Giving Google An EdgeProactive Strategies For Cities To Embrace And Amplify UrbanpreneursBarcelona’s New, Huge “Superblocks” Are Designed To Stop Traffic, Fight PollutionBiology Is Key To Unlocking The Future Of DesignRem Koolhaas: “Architecture Has A Serious Problem Today”