11/30/2016 | DAD TURNS HIS 6-YEAR-OLD SON’S DRAWINGS
11/29/2016 | LEARNING FROM LEARNING DIFFERENCES: LESSONS FROM THE LAB SCHOOL OF WASHINGTON
11/27/2016 | FLOATING FOUNDATIONS OUT WEST
08/11/2016 | UCSC'S CAMPER PARK: TRAILERS TO TINY HOMES?
08/01/2016 | TELESCOPIC 'CULTURE SHED' FOR NEW YORK
07/06/2016 | COOL PRODUCT: TENTSILE
03/21/2016 | WANT! 1:12 SCALE MINIATURE CINDER BLOCKS
03/18/2016 | COOL SUNSHADES
03/01/2016 | FORGET STANDING DESK: WEAR YOUR CHAIR
Archelis is a new innovation in furniture design that can allow surgeons to sit during long surgeries. The wearable chair looks like a leg brace and offers support to the buttocks and legs, effectively allowing the wearer to sit.
02/10/2016 | HOW TO DETECT A BRUTALIST BUILDING
01/11/2016 | INSIDE ZAHA HADID’S 520 WEST 28TH RESIDENCES IN NEW YORK
01/01/2016 | THE HEIGHT OF EFFICIENCY
Cornell is building one of the greenest high-rises in the world. (Image: Handel Architects)
12/15/2015 | ZHEJIANG VILLAGERS NOT HAPPY WITH NEW VILLAS, MIGHT HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH TROUBLESOME GIANT ELECTRICAL CABLES
12/08/2015 | 99% INVISIBLE
Roman Mars (@romanmars) is the creator of 99% Invisible, a short radio show about design and architecture.
12/04/2014 | ARCHDAILY'S CHROME EXTENSION: INSPIRATION IN EVERY NEW TAB
11/30/2015 | WHEN HEINEKEN BOTTLES WERE SQUARE
In 1963, Alfred Heineken created a beer bottle that could also function as a brick to build houses in impoverished countries.
11/24/2015 | BŌK MODERN
Laser cut panels can be used for balcony railings, stair panels, wall screens, fences, green screens, gates and more.
11/23/2015 | 9 THINGS PEOPLE ALWAYS SAY AT ZONING HEARINGS, ILLUSTRATED BY CATS
11/23/2015 | TORONTO WANTS TO TURN THE UNDERPASS OF A HIGHWAY INTO A MAJOR PUBLIC PARK
11/13/2015 | 16 OTHERWORLDLY IMAGES OF A PARISIAN COMMUNITY YOU PROBABLY DIDN'T KNOW EXISTED
The structures, an architectural feat still impressive in today, were designed by multiple architects.
10/30/2015 | CLEVER 3-WAY JOINT (KAWAI TSUGITE) EXPLAINED
10/21/2015 | THE JOYFUL, ILLITERATE KINDERGARTNERS OF FINLAND
Forget the Common Core, Finland’s youngsters are in charge of determining what happens in the classroom.
10/13/2015 | SNøHETTA'S NEW BUILDING FOR SFMOMA NEARS COMPLETION
10/09/2015 | WHY DON'T ALL SCHOOLS LOOK LIKE THIS ONE?
When it opened 75 years ago, Crow Island School revolutionized school design. It’s had many imitators since, but few can match its vision for experiential, child-centered learning.