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Atlanta Wants To Cover A Major Highway With This High Line-Style GardenThe 5 Designs That Could Replace An Infamous NYC Transit HubBritain’s New Guide To Ethical Robot Design, Illustrated By Pop CultureThis Chic Co-Working Space Revitalizes A Grand, Abandoned BankWhat’s The Greatest Logo Of All Time?Redesigning Consumer Electronics With Old-School CraftsmanshipThe Most Innovative UX Of The Year, In 18 ProjectsThis Bluetooth Dongle Gives Screens The Smarts To Know You’re ThereThe Perfect Sun-Matching Lightbulb Only Costs $9This Beautiful Copper Coin Could Transform How We Spend MoneyThese $50 Glasses Bring Anything On Your Phone To Life In 3DThe Rarest Record In The Universe Is Coming Back In PrintOne Surprising Secret Weapon Against Natural Disasters? Landscape ArchitectureThe World’s Prisons, As Seen Through Their ArchitectureEvery Company Needs An Innovation Tool KitAn Alarm Clock Designed To Train You To Sleep BetterLive In A Tiny Apartment? Check Out These Fold-Away Micro-KitchensThis Student Dorm Just Became The World’s Tallest Wood BuildingThese Shape-Shifting Seats Ease The Misery Of Rush HourNew York City’s Quest To Become A Better Place To Get OldBjarke Ingels’s Next Project: Reinventing Student HousingInside The Making Of Allo, Google’s AI-Powered Messaging AppThe World’s Most Beautiful Hot Dog Cart, Courtesy Of The GuggenheimMIT Invents A Device That Detects Your Sadness–With Radio WavesThese Technological Relics Hide Surprising New FunctionalityThis Device Helps Blind People Navigate The World Through SoundHow Frog Redesigned A Beer Snob’s Cult Hit For EveryoneThis Designer Quit Architecture To Make Incredibly Cool PastryThe Innovation Economy Is Terrible At Designing For WomenThis Fun Photo App Treats Photography Like QuiltingYour City’s Kickstarter Scene, VisualizedThis Experimental Home Tilts Like A See-Saw As You Walk Around InsideThis Rainbow-Hued Fabric Collects Energy As You MoveDoes This Video Give You Synesthesia?Sprawl Is An Easy Path Toward Making Cities Affordable–But There’s A Better WayThe Subtle Way Government Architecture Shapes Governments ThemselvesEducational Toys Are DumbOne City’s Ambitious Plan To Ease Overcrowded Trains? Pay RidersDesigning A San Francisco With The 100,000 New Housing Units The City Needs