Walking intrigues the deskbound. We romanticize it, but do we do it justice? Do we walk properly? Can one walk improperly and, if so, what happens when the walk is corrected? Walking moves or settles the mind — allowing for self discovery. “I can only meditate when I’m walking,” said Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Aristotle is well cited as […]
Roberto Feo of El Ultimo Grito has been appointed Professor of Design here at Goldsmiths, starting this academic year. On this happy occasion for all of us at Goldsmiths Design, we have prepared for you an interview with Roberto on his work and his new job:
This week the King Ship pod journeys to Boston for an innovation frenzy! First, Diego was at Harvard Business School for the unveiling of the new IDEO Case. Next stop was the MIT Media Lab, which was holding its annual Fall member meeting. The theme of the meeting was “Deploy”, which of course resonates with […]
Goodbye, clunky metal robots. A neat new ‘bot from a German robotics design studio is a DIY affair that lets any Maker with an X-Acto knife slap together a programmable, moving machine. ZURI’s exterior structure is just paper and cardboard, and can be assembled with a few basic tools, like a ruler, glue, and a […]
EACH ISSUE: A night of new stories, documentary films, photography, art, and radio live on stage. Presented by some of our favorite writers, radio producers, filmmakers, photographers, and artists. Nothing filmed, nothing recorded. Brought to you by California Sunday.
SQM is a research by Space Caviar commissioned by Interieur Biennale for its 24th edition, opening in October 2014. The project investigates the evolution of domesticity over the past 50 years as a form of radical reorganisation of society, the infiltration of military technology into the home, and changing attitudes to the fundamental (and fundamentally […]
A series of one-minute videos reveals an unexpected look at selected products from the history of design. The direct confrontation of real objects in an abstract environment and the manipulation of human hands presents their formal and functional qualities.
Chapter II — At every pedal stroke, you are farthest from home than you have ever been before. At every pedal stroke, your life is turning into a nomadic life: suddenly, your daily problems are as basic as finding a place to sleep in Pakistan late at night or getting out of a sandy desert […]
Serial is the first “spin-off” of the popular investigative storytelling show This American Life (TAL). Like TAL, Serial is a production of WBEZ Chicago and TAL head Ira Glass. The Serial team also includes TAL regulars Julie Snyder, Dana Shivvis, and Emily Condon. As the program’s producers explain, it takes advantage of the format and […]
OKOLO is a creative group with a focus on the fields of design, architecture, art, style, fashion, and the entire scope of cultural city life which, thus, becomes the subject of our activities in Internet journalism, curatorial exhibitions, and special projects and events through which we strive to collaborate with creative individuals from various fields. […]
Eldorado is an editorial platform where stories related to Nature, travel and sports are shared through an intimate, aestethic and creative approach. Each part of this story – the journey, the performance, the nature, the surroundings – converge into an Experience. The Experiences are divided in Chapters and follow a serialized storytelling: after the launch […]
Space Caviar is a design research collaborative operating at the intersection of architecture, technology, politics and the public realm. Based in Genoa, Italy, the studio uses exhibitions, publishing, writing and film to investigate and document the production of space and contemporary modes of habitation as forms of social and political practice.