Mother nature really screwed up this one.
How major architects of the 1980s and early 1990s brought a new fantastic point of view to the Walt Disney Company's buildings.
As always, don't just trust what the seller puts on the package.
It's difficult to remember pain when you're not feeling it, and harder still to imagine living with physical limits you don't actually have. But all it takes is a brief stroll to see how badly designed the city is for those who are very young, old, short, heavy, frail, or in any way impaired.
The bicycle, as we know it today, was not invented until the late 1800s. Yet it was a simple mechanical invention. It would seem to require no brilliant inventive insight, and certainly no scientific background. Why, then, wasn't it invented much earlier?
Input Club thinks it's cracked the code and figured out a way not just to bring the IBM Beam Spring into the modern keyboard era, but also to create a keyboard so customizable that the input the keyboard reports changes depending on how hard you press the key.
Happy Amazon Prime week, the discount-fest that will clutter front stoops and front desks with packages bearing that ubiquitous smiling arrow. It's a reminder that the rise of e-commerce has come encased in a cardboard box — but it won't always be that way.
While designing homes to withstand hurricanes often requires extra cash, construction companies are slowly finding new ways to bring hurricane-safe features to the masses.
The Touch Bar bums me out too, but not because I think it's as worthless as many people contend.
Simple and boring rules the day — for a pretty good reason. But there are still tools out there for the experimenters.
How Playtex, the women's undergarment company, beat defense contractors for the contract to make the iconic Apollo spacesuits.
From the recommended arrival time to the way the walkways are designed, airports are trying to persuade you to spend money in the subtlest ways.
The University of Manchester’s Patrick Weltevrede writes about Peter Saville’s iconic pulsar design for Joy Division’s “Unknown Pleasures” and what’s been discovered about the stellar remnant since 1979.
The quote often attributed to Einstein is "everything must be made as simple as possible, but not one bit simpler." I think the trouble was that Ive often ignored the second part of that advice in the pursuit of refinement.
Molon Labe's S1 seat, newly certified by the FAA, expands the middle seat by pushing it down and back by a few inches.
Fixing the 1,400-year-old system of shallow canals in the Andes above Lima would make more water available during dry seasons.
Verda Alexander questions the cushy, amenity-laden offices that her interior design firm helped pioneer. The way forward, she argues, is to introduce a little friction into the workplace.
The Standcap Inverted Pouch features a soft-sided, inverted wedge shape with a flat, flip-top dispensing closure. It rolls down like a toothpaste tube for maximum product evacuation, and introduces minimal oxygen to extend shelf life.
Housing costs have become so expensive in some cities that people are renting bunk beds in a communal home for $1,200 a month. Not a bedroom. A bed.
@yusuf_elaskary An inventive slide lets passengers travel in style to their boarding gate. Yusuf El Askary was at Singapore C...
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