As urban planners grapple with the need for creative flood management systems in cities around the world, Zaha Hadid ...
Pretty much anything that can be hollowed out and made light-proof can be used as a camera. Just ask Brendan Barry, who’s ...
Milk bars have a curiously convoluted history dating back almost a century: the first so-named establishment opened in India ...
As it turns out, surveillance cameras that have been “trained” to spot and read license plates aren’t all that good at ...
Across the globe, populations of older people are growing dramatically, and few plans are in place to properly care for them.
Considering that more than a third of Dutch people use a bike as their main mode of transportation every day, it’s no ...
The Mishicot Family Market served residents of a small Wisconsin town for over 120 years until the now-demolished Main Street ...
When the famous Bauhaus school of architecture and design first opened in Weimar, Germany in 1919, the majority of students were women. That wasn’t by design, though founder Water Gropius took the ...
In an unnamed city somewhere in South America, construction is set to begin on a 3D-printed village designed specifically for families living on less than $200 per month. San Francisco-based design ...
Dogged by persistent allegations of animal cruelty – some proven to be true – greyhound racing tracks near and far have lost the public’s puppy love. Though greyhounds have been bred to be canine ...
Something’s rotten in Denmark again, and the stench of decay wafting across the otherwise upbeat isle of Funen originates at the abandoned Fun Park Fyn. Fun Park Fyn (“Fyns Sommerland”, in Danish) was ...
Architecture that clings to cliff faces may not be the most practical or environmentally sensitive, but it sure is visually striking. A new proposal from Turkish designer and architect Hayri Atak ...