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A silent concert of lighting designs graced the Helen Mills Theater last night for the exhibition Audible Light. New York City students from across the design spectrum competed for cash prizes in the Illuminating Engineering Society’s ninth-annual student lighting competition. Faced with the challenge of translating sound into light without making any noise, approximately 50 entrants played off notions of…
Intel’s Tech Heaven offered a glimpse of how the future’s gearing up
Vote for your favorite Greener Gadget
Winner of the first Metropolis Next Generation Design Competition is honored for her ongoing efforts
Molo’s Northern Sky Circle is a gathering space at Alaska’s FREEZE festival
In troubling times architects come together to brainstorm
Pratt urban-design students make bold proposals close to home.
AIA New York offers 32 credits over three days
The Biomimicry Institute launches AskNature.org.
The results of MAS’s Coney Island design charette bring craziness into focus.
A charity auction that offers some serious creature comforts
Things you can do in this latest effort to help the Brooklyn landmark
Hit the road with a new site from EPA and DOE
Results from the 2008 Green Building Competition for New York City
Mapping techniques that provide a new way to look at your surroundings
Visitors of New York’s Guggenheim finally get face time with the iconic structure.
Go out there and claim your piece of the pavement!
Those who come back from Burning Man use the word “decompress” to describe the shock of returning to their “normal” lives. So now that I’ve had about a week to do that myself, I’ve been thinking back to how amazing it was to be in an instant city populated by some 50,000 people who brave extreme weather conditions…