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World Changing Ideas: Urban AirGoogle’s Newly Approved HQ Is The Perfect Metaphor For Silicon ValleyThis $314 Necktie Is A Biotech BreakthroughThis Burger-Flipping Bot Is Actually Great AI DesignWhat Would Hieronymus Bosch Paint Today?The Hunt For Lost Logos Of The U.S.S.R.The Weird And Fascinating Story Behind Design’s Iridescence CrazeWhat Living In A Dumpster Taught This Startup Founder About Designing Tiny HomesThe Biggest Design Opportunities In Driverless Cars Aren’t What You ThinkThe Future Of Interaction Design? Personality And Body LanguageThe Photos Instagram Won’t Let You See (NSFW)Surrealism Is BackThis Band’s New Record Has Its Own Free TypefaceCan Better Design Make The Sharing Economy Work For Vacuums And Drills?A Visual Guide To StatisticsBrutalism’s Rise And Fall, As Told Through The Architecture Of ParisThis App Uses AI To Track Mansplaining In Your MeetingsMade You Click: Meet The AI Lurking In Your InboxThis Co-Op Creates A New Economy For Food Entrepreneurs And Local FarmersFinland’s Best Design Idea Comes To AmericaBarcelona Bans Old Cars From The City’s StreetsThe Latest Solution For Cleaning Up Oil Spills? It’s A SpongeA 2-Hour Marathon Once Seemed Unthinkable. Could Nike’s Radical New Shoe Be The Key?10 Of The World’s Coolest Apartment BuildingsThis Speaker Borrows Its Design From An Unlikely Source: Monkey TailsPlease Stop Calling Buildings “The Death Star”The Quest To Grow Cities From ScratchResidents Of A Heavily Polluted German City Are Suing Their Mayor For Bodily HarmThis Mirror-Covered Ranch House Acts Like A Giant KaleidoscopeMIT’s Mind-Reading Robots Understand The One Command That MattersInside The Brooklyn Studio That Designs For Facebook, Google, And AppleWatch: A Physicist Invents A Machine To De-Cream OreosThis Is The Greatest Tampon Packaging. Period.The Radical Roots Of DIY Fashion Have Never Been More RelevantNixon, NASA, And How The Federal Government Got Design