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Forms+Surfaces’ Zoom Digital Darkroom and Image Library solve a frustrating problem for architects and designers: finding and turning nature photography into large-scale glass applications.
By Azure |
December 6, 2016
MoMA’s senior curator of architecture and design on why the concept of utopia has always been a driving force for all types of designers, and the diverse examples through history that prove it.
By Jaclyn Tersigni |
November 12, 2016
Tags: Concept, Cultural, Technology
Forms+Surfaces’ new VEKTR Digital Canvas tool can create images of any size for large-scale architectural glass.
October 20, 2016
Tags: Digital Media, Technology
Sub-sonic travel, beautiful infrastructure and space-saving micro-housing, plus seven other remarkable urban innovations that are changing the world’s cities, for the better.
By Steve Brearton |
Tags: Technology, Urbanism
London design studio Layer rolls out a 3-D-printed wheelchair that is made to measure.
By Giovanna Dunmall |
September 28, 2016
Famous for tech innovation, Silicon Valley’s architecture is now attracting major attention, with big builds in progress for tech giants like Apple, Google and Nvidia.
By Erin Donnelly |
September 22, 2016
Tags: Architecture, Office, Technology
The Danish consumer electronics company unveils BeoVision 14, a sleek television that’s meant to be admired even when powered off.
August 22, 2016
Tags: Product Design, Technology
This striking LED light tunnel, designed for scrutinizing vehicle paint jobs, is every bit as innovative as it looks.
August 16, 2016
To bypass the need for infrastructure, African tech companies are creating innovative solutions that are attracting global attention and investment.
By Rachel Pulfer |
June 21, 2016
Despite its reputation for fakes and cheap electronics, the Shenzhen tech scene is proving the city’s potential as a centre for innovation.
By Brendan Cormier |
June 3, 2016
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