• Video: Silkworm Printer

    Video: Silkworm Printer0

    Exploring the intersection between digital and biological fabrication. SILK PAVILION from Mediated Matter Group on Vimeo. 3d printing, printing fabrics

  • Student Constructs Complete Apartment of 75 ft²

    Student Constructs Complete Apartment of 75 ft²6

    There’s a kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, and even a patio Since 2000, China’s cities have expanded at an average rate of 10% annually. It is estimated that China’s urban population will increase by 400 million people by 2025, when its cities will house a combined population of over one billion. That limitations can actually boost creativity

  • What Happens in Euro-vegas…

    What Happens in Euro-vegas…0

    Don’t look now, they’re building Eurovegas just outside Madrid! It has been well documented that the economic downturn in Europe has hit particularly hard in Spain.  So it is no wonder that one of the largest and most outlandish investment projects of the last 10 years is set just outside Madrid: a whole new urban

  • Harbin Snow and Ice Festival0

    Most of us have made a snowman and maybe even an igloo that stays standing for about 24 hours, but in Harbin, China, each January, they build a city of snow and ice.  As a city with an average winter temperature of -16.8C, the beautiful images from this event have landed it a spot on

  • Gallery: Brasilia, the Architect Paradise

    Gallery: Brasilia, the Architect Paradise0

    What’s the capital of Brasil? Rio de Janeiro? Sao Paolo? No. It’s Brasilia. In the 1950’s the Brasilian government wanted to raise a new capital, right in the middle of the country. Surrounded by jungle the city was built in just a few years. The cityplan, designed by Lucio Costa, is astonishingly organized, in the shape

  • Fallen Star

    Fallen Star0

    Do-Ho Suh’s “Fallen Star” ( the 18th permanent sculpture commissioned by UCSD’s Stuart Collection) opened earlier this summer on the campus of University of California San Diego. (For more pictures: follow this link) Source: kbaird / flickr