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The Thames Museum is a proposal that features an “inverse fishbowl” window where people can see from inside the river’s changing elevation twice a day
Authors looking for literary inspiration can apply to spend some writing time in Twain's personal work space
Sharkman is a new take on wearable furniture from designer Yang Zhao
Patrick M. Byrne, founder of Overstock, discusses how the future of the workplace is really about the future of workers, fostering the kind of collaboration that comes from informal day-to-day connections creativity and camaraderie.
The board game is holding an online vote to update its figurines with more relevant cultural references
Jacqueline Corbelli, the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of BrightLine, discusses how TV's evolution presents an opportunity for advertisers who are willing to explore the vast opportunities that exist in this new Advanced TV world.
TJ Leonard, the CEO of VideoBlocks, discusses three fundamental shifts that will drive production and advertising budgets in 2017—the evolving definition of a content creator, the rapid innovation in video-capture technology, and how authenticity and mobility dominate our personal social feeds.
The company's SpotMini device could soon be employed in a variety of everyday tasks
A new legal provision requires companies to create protocols that ensure work doesn't spill into after hours or days off
The analogue & digital device makes a playlist on a phone while listening to records
Jason Brush, EVP of Creative at POSSIBLE, explains how the most challenging step in business evolution involves empathizing disruptive forces and their values
The project from a designer at Pentagram flips the familiar image of the world upside down to question why we think of certain regions as north or south
The giant flowers, installed in Tel Aviv, open and close in response to people and the environment
Artist Benetto Bufalino's latest installation in Lyon, France is meant to turn a night-time work site into a party for passersby
With manifold events to cover at CES, we have pulled together three key insights to keep brands, retailers, technologists and creatives on track on the 3,600-exhibitor conference floor
Designed by artist Hajime Narukawa, the creation seamlessly converts from a 3D globe to a 2D map with accurate spacial proportions kept intact
NYPL and Macmillan Partner are launching a new campaign to celebrate the role of libraries with the public
The app partnered with photographer Matt Lambert to show affectionate moments with men and their partners in places they felt safe
The abstract design was shown through multiple projectors in Qatar over a large wall for hundreds of guests
Sean Yoro rides out to icebergs in Canada to create works of art on the melting forms