Manufacturing using 3D printing is finally starting to take off. Between 2016 and 2021, business is forecast to grow by 30%, essentially through service provision. Many different market niches are now tapping into the freedom and creativity the technology has to offer. Let’s Read More
Design boom hosts a long and deserved article on Santiago’s work for the re-possession and re-invention of abandoned urban skeletons, bureaucratic loopholes and legal/illegal grey area of intervention, on the occasion of his participation at the 2015 Design Indaba conference in Cape Town. Read More
An open design platform with 11 interchangeable modules – this is the ara smartphone that Google presented in a prototyped version some 10 days ago. And 5 days later, another launch: a haute couture sensor board, a first attempt to design a products Read More
The Washington Post ventures in the streets of the United States, to check out what it is going on as for “smart urban furniture”: nothing new under the sun, the Post lists the smart benches we already know, the Singapore Gardens by the Read More
A very extensive article on Huffington post reviews some concepts of the relationship and the current state of the soundscape of our urban life: city living or health threat?
Early this December, UNESCO awarded 5 cities under the label “City of Design”, for their contribution to the world design industry.
The new bridge connecting the two buildings of the Darwin ecosystem Project in Bordeaux is an interactive live sculpture that takes the best French tradition started from Jean Nouvel into the digital world.
Last November, the 6 finalists of the open call for the new Guggenheim Museum in Helsinki were announced, and the competition will enter now its second stage.
“The legendary city of Atlantis isn’t lost, it turns out—it just hasn’t been built yet.” The project of an underworld city by the Japanese Shimizu Corporation and its Dreams department.
Another web- based project explore the relationship between the urban space and sounds: Stereoplubic invites citizens and travelers to spot quiet places in our urban spaces and create a collective work out of it.