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Google Maps is by far the most used and most influential software used daily by millions of people to plan out their commutes. These routes often encompass small walkways and paths which might create problems for people who are...
From Rivera to Roulette The Development of Las Vegas

From Rivera to Roulette | The Development of Las Vegas

Nestled in the Nevada desert is the iconic gambling hub of the world – Las Vegas. For a city that was founded just over 100 years ago, Las Vegas has an illustrious and intriguing history that’s steeped not only...
UK High Court has released the documents lodged by Patrik Schumacher which talks about the turmoil that is tearing apart the massive estate left by late architect Zaha Hadid. A controversial 20-page court statement handed over to the high...
Still movement, transparency, color play and pattern experimentation. A few words that might be used by an amateur art enthusiast to express the journey though the artistic process showcased in Beijing by Wu Guanzhen. Every artwork seems to dominate its space,...
40 Bleecker -- NoHo's newest and most anticipated luxury residential development -- has just reached its full height, this making it in its neighborhood one of the tallest buildings. To celebrate, developer Broad Street Development, NYC-based firm Rawlings Architects...
Dialogue through art amongst people with different cultural backgrounds has been one of the fundamental principles of Florence Biennale since its foundation, a new insight into that fascinating world will surface at the the XIIth edition of the International...
Lars Hesselgren is a leading researcher and academic in architecture and urbanism. His research in PLP Labs focuses on the technologies that underpin design in the built environment - ranging from novel mobility systems to new sustainable materials in...
Call for Entries | A' Design Awards & Competition

Call for Entries | A’ Design Awards & Competition

The first step to realizing a dream is to dare. Can you imagine what it would mean to one day be recognized for your art and turn your work into a stellar design for a top brand? Well, if you’re ready...
Just six months ago, work from home, for most of us, meant an occasional day or two in several weeks or even months. However, the rapid spread of the novel Coronavirus has turned those rare days into a prevailing way...
Earlier this year, the world as we know it changed in a way that was entirely unprecedented, and it continues to do so. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the very idea of normalcy is a question mark. A...
The Price Of Desire by Mary McGuckian

The Price Of Desire by Mary McGuckian

June 2, 2022 saw the On Demand and North American Digital premiere of The Price Of Desire, written and directed by Mary McGuckian. The film is presented by Giant Pictures and is available on Prime Video, Apple TV, and...
The most important part of working from home is having a home to work from! So, it doesn’t come as a surprise that buying a house is in vogue in 2022 – some are even describing it as the new...
New 70,000 sq ft workspace at Henry Wood House for The Office Group, a leading provider of design-led flexible offices, meeting rooms and co-working spaces
The theme of the inaugural London Design Biennale is Utopia to mark the 500th anniversary of Thomas More’s classic
Following a seven month international competition, Forest Green Rovers has selected the winning design for its new football stadium in Stroud, UK.
From Lego to Digital Building

From Lego to Digital Building

It’s the frustration of many a designer: You grow up sketching and making with your hands, only to find yourself 20 years later spending the day in front of a glowing screen. The reality is, building in 3-D requires...
Huge LEGO bricks for building stuff are now real

Huge LEGO bricks for building stuff are now real

EverBlock is more tool than toy. You can use the polypropylene blocks to build fully-functioning furniture and structures.
Sky-high grime: Durst can’t wash windows of 1 WTC

Sky-high grime: Durst can’t wash windows of 1 WTC

A majority of the windows at One World Trade Center haven’t been washed since 2015, because the system used to suspend the washers isn’t safe

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