In development for more than a decade, the project boasts a showstopping aquarium and architecture that breathes in ocean breezes.
The interior design of the International Space Station takes a back seat to technology—the opposite of the majestic and immaculate spacecraft you see in sci-fi blockbusters.
The Canadian Centre for Architecture's latest exhibition uses architecture to fill in the blanks of classic scientific experiments.
"Geomerce" proposes a future where plants naturally de-contaminate and reconfigure our post-industrial town- and landscapes.
As these three female NASA alums prove, the space agency is a breeding ground for urban planning, product design, and architectural ideas.
The new book Transmaterial Next, by Blaine Brownell, catalogues remarkable innovations in material science, from the lightest substances ever made to self-assembling robotic cubes.
The relationship between digital technology and craft underwent a rapid transformation from antagonistic to symbiotic in the past decade. Now a vanguard of makers, entrepreneurs, and institutions is taking the next step.
A molecular biologist-turned-designer discusses the intricacies of his research, and what the architecture of the cell has to do with the built environment.
Design’s leading voices help us identify the next wave of burgeoning talent.
There’s a universal theory for everything
Resilient systems may help architecture
Humans need to interact with their environment in the same way that keystone species do.
We all know the story of Charles Darwin. He took a tour of the Galápagos Island, conceived his brilliant idea about evolution, spent the next few decades working out the details, nearly got swiped by a young startup, raced to…
Patterns of growth in nature are also prevalent and important in good design.