In life there are things which we are able to decide, and others which we can’t. Death is one of those things that plays between these two posibilites, where one can decide when to die but not for how long they will live for. The installation is made up of a grid of 800 balloons […]
From sketching on the go to choosing colours and fonts, we present the best iPhone apps to speed up your workflow and help you make the right design choices.
The revolutionary design Smart Highway appears on CNN as part of a series of films about Design to Improve Life and the finalists for INDEX: Award – the world’s biggest design award. Designer Daan Roosegaarde is interviewed.
I couldn’t help but chuckle at the name of this wall shelf/bike rack named SHELFIE. What’s unique about the SHELFIE is that it uses the seat of the bike to hang and hold rather than the frame. As a result, your bike is less likely to get scratched or dinged when being hung by the […]
The New-York Historical Society (answers on a postcard as to the why or whatnot of its hyphenation) is currently conducting a guided tour of the city’s architecture, with photography as the medium and director Bill Cunningham calling the shots.
Lisbon-based designer Nuno Loureiro applies 20th century designer Dieter Rams’ reknowned principles for good industrial design to the web.
Newfound respect and love for @KurtGeiger after stumbling upon the Made in Italy clip of how their shoes are produced http://www.kurtgeiger.com/be-inspired/ss14/made-in-italy
If you ever have the opportunity to, the Nasir al-Mulk in Shiraz, Iran is possibly one of the most beautiful mosques you will ever set foot in.
The Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA|DC) has announced the 2014 Unbuilt Award competition winners. The annual award, now in its sixth edition, was created as a response to the global economic crisis that brought many architectural projects to a halt.
This new crowdfunding project is geared towards saving bees, and anyone with a backyard can take an active role:
“While a construction crew dismantled a row of brownstones right across from my own brownstone studio on East 58th Street, I was inspired to somehow immortalize those buildings. We had to work quickly to secure City permissions, arrange for models which included celebrities, the demolition supervisior’s wife (third floor, third from left), my own wife (second […]
After NIMBYs thwarted a historically grounded design for an art center, Bjarke Ingels Group takes another pass at pleasing his Utah clients.
ARCHISEARCH.GR investigates, selects and presents projects that deal with various aspects of architecture throughout the world. Taking the role of an unconventional research tool, it seeks present and future cultural evolution through architecture, as well as the possible exchange with design, art, graphics and green/eco design. It poses questions aiming to provoke new thoughts and […]
Retronaut is a photographic time machine. It is a digital collection of tens of thousands of pictures from across the past, all with one thing in common – each one has the power to warp your sense of time . Our team mines archives online and offline, unearthing pictures that seem not to belong to the time […]