Research & Realities
Nature: Technology’s Neverland
The relationship between nature and technology has always been polarized to the max – it’s an either or scenario that thinkers from both camps have tried to fuse.
Moving to Mars
Renderings of Hope
Bacteria: From gut to gallery
Designers are exploring the implications of our bodies being made up of more microbiome cells than human cells.
Tallinn Biennale asks: Can a city's wastewater be transformed into gas, food and fertile soil using a biotechnological ecosystem?
Transcending Boundaries by teamLab
at Pace, London, until 11 March 2017.
A Hairy Business
superb alternative to extracting resources that are in limited supply
MAAT MUSEUM of Art, Architecture and Technology OPENS IN LISBON TODAY
The Lisbon waterfront welcomes a new landmark.
One of the main characteristics of Guto Requena’s designs is that they show emotion. As weird as it may sound, all of the projects conceived by the Brazilian designer and […]
Clean Urban Skies
Daan Roosegaarde’s smog-free bubbles
Art of Business
Simon Denny digs data
From Ownership to Usership
Cracking the future of mobility
Engineering the World: Ove Arup and the Philosophy of Total Design
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK, until 6 November 2016.
National Museum of Scotland launched ten new galleries of art, design, fashion, science and technology
following a £14.1 million redevelopment in their 150th year
Daan Roosegaarde to Bring a Layer of Light and Interaction to Iconic 32 Kilometer Dutch Dike
The End of the Tunnel
Drilling through the Alps