Life is a kind of “making” process of unfolding and differentiating production.
Patterns exist within and influence many aspects of design and technology.
Stanford University’s new medical school, designed by NBBJ, places a premium on hands-on learning and the cultivation of “people skills” often sadly lacking in doctors everywhere.
Alexander's work has spawned a remarkable revolution in technology, producing a wide-ranging set of innovations.
Architecture has yet to acknowledge the impact of social media on our experience of physical space.
Is widely available computer software taking the “wow” out of wow-inducing buildings?
Three young French designers hatch an ingenious plan to use existing infrastructure to create clean energy.
An Internet search engine dedicated to serendipity and surprise faces growing pains.
In 2007 the computer gave up taking over the world. Instead the world took over the computer.
This cheerful computer gave apt form to Apple’s personable interface—and forever changed our standards for technology.