Stanford University’s d.school fights bland work spaces, one whiteboard at a time.
For many architects, existing software is a mere scaffold, on which they add all sorts of task-specific tweaks and modifications.
The problems we face may be vast, but individual efforts add up.
A better-designed syringe means improved self-treatment for sufferers of rheumatoid arthritis.
A Brooklyn-based architect takes an aesthetic approach to harvesting solar energy.
Having a single model suited to more than one errand makes the bike appealing for short-distance outings.
Marc Koehler builds a bulwark against troubled times in an Amsterdam suburb’s architectural theme park.
Lara Bohinc’s new jewelry shop embraces its dark side, with help from an unusual plastic.
A new public library tries to heal a war-torn Colombian town.
A residential project near Melbourne creatively conforms to the city’s strict building codes.