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archasm invites architects, students, engineers, designers, artists and philosophers to send in their entries for our competition. Idea based competition, Single stage, Team of maximum three members, No professional qualification necessary for eligibility, Teams can be interdisciplinary. Show More Summary

Competition / 17th International Garden Festival at the Reford Gardens / Jardins de M?tis / Les Jardins de M?tis / Reford gardens

The International Garden Festival, presented at the Jardins de Métis / Reford Gardens in the Gaspésie region of Québec, is preparing its 17th edition and is issuing an international call for proposals to select designers who will create the new temporary gardens that will be presented from June 23, 2016. Show More Summary

Competition / Blophome Interior Decorating Contest / Blophome

€1,000 for the best interior decorating project created with Blophome. Celebrating the 25 years of Silestone. The only requirement for the submitted projects is that they include a Silestone product. Register by: 12-22-2015 / Submit by: 12-22-2015

Competition / Flux Emerging Architects Design Competition /

OVERVIEW How will the architecture, engineering, construction industry (AEC) meet the world’s demand for affordable and sustainable buildings in an urbanizing world? For the first time ever, Flux is calling on the next generation of building designers to enter our student architecture competition, running from November 2015 to January 2016. Show More Summary

Competition / the ARCHITECT'S STUDIO competition / OPENGAP

Opengap invites participants to submit innovative proposals to rethink the workspace of an architect. To propose projects that addresses the architect's vision of his ideal inspiration and working space. How do you imagine the placeShow More Summary

Competition / OPEN CALL - Collective 3D Print Installation / Outsider Art Fair

BABEL Attention to all visionary artists, architects, engineers, 3D designers and model makers: Wide Open Arts will host a curated booth of imaginary towers in our upcoming Outsider Art Fair | NYC (Jan 21-24 2016). Submissions are open to all. Show More Summary

Competition / Call for Ideas: Taking Buildings Down / Storefront for Art and Architecture

What does it mean to build? Traditionally, building has been defined as the assembly of parts or materials toward the creation of a whole. While to build is often perceived as an Apollonian pursuit, to destroy appears to be its Dionysian counterpart. Show More Summary

Competition / [MOSCOW] Circus School / [AC-CA]

INTRODUCTION Moscow is the capital and the largest city of Russia with 12.2 million residents within the city and 16.8 within its urban area. It is a major political, economic, cultural, and scientific centre in Russia and Eastern Europe, as well as the largest city in the entire European continent. Show More Summary

Competition / IIA NATCON 2015 Students Competition / WB Chapter of IIA

We all are running at a reckless speed in our lives as a whole. From Low speed to 4G, from cart to supersonic jets, from a lifetime of learning principles to learn in 24 hours’ tips, the speed seems to be the only motto in our lives, whether right or wrong. Show More Summary

Competition / St Mary Redcliffe Design Competition / Malcolm Reading Consultants

Described by Elizabeth I as ‘the fairest, goodliest and most famous parish church in England’, St Mary Redcliffe is both an ecclesiastical jewel and a dynamic, living church – a beacon of positivity, helping the least-advantaged and marginalised within the city of Bristol. Show More Summary

Don't Gift A Hoverboard This Christmas

You'll thank us later. Maybe you want a hoverboard for Christmas. Maybe your child does. Here's a word of advice: Resist temptation. Crush dreams. Gift anything other than this year's hottest gift: A Costco tub of candy corn, or a collection of 58 knives and swords bought off late night television, are both fine alternatives. Show More Summary

Calculate How Fast You're Traveling Through Space Right Now

Ma'am, do you know how fast you were just going? You might think you're not moving right now, but you couldn't be more wrong. This big blue orb known as Earth is always spinning around the sun, and even when you're sitting perfectly still, you're still hurtling through space at a faster speed than most of us could fathom. Read Full Story

This 3-D Printed Haiku Is Invisible Until You Put It In Water

Inspired by the shadows created by water striders, Drzach & Suchy have figured out a way to "paint" words in water shadows. Water striders are a family of insects that are able to transfer their body weight so they can run on top of the water's surface. Show More Summary

4 Things You Must Check Out At Muji's New Flagship Store

Muji has a fancy new shop, and with it, new ways of experiencing Muji products. The latest Muji store just opened around the corner from NYC's Times Square, and carries the distinction of being the flagship for the entire U.S. The two-story...Show More Summary

The Case For Staying Away From Your Boss

Spatial distance plays a critical role in office ethics. Time to redesign that open office? Unethical behavior is bad for business, whether you're talking about massive scandals a la Enron and Fannie Mae, or just a boss treating employees unfairly. Show More Summary

9 Things You Didn't Know About Frank Gehry

The quintessential starchitect's biography is surprisingly sensitive. Architect Frank Gehry has designed some of the most iconic buildings of the past two decades, from the Guggenheim Bilbao to Facebook's new mothership in Silicon Valley. Show More Summary

Electronic Plantlife

[Image: A rose-circuit, courtesy Linköping University]. In a newly published paper called "Electronic plants," researchers from Linköping University in Sweden describe the process by which they were able to "manufacture" what they call "analog and digital organic electronic circuits and devices" inside living plants. Show More Summary

A Tea Set For The Internet Age

These surrealist ceramics only look normal when streamed over Skype. Sit down to a breakfast served with Louisa Zahareas' Screen Mutation tableware, and you'll think you've landed in a Salvador Dali painting. The tea cup slants diagonally...Show More Summary

Nendo Designs A Very Stylish Survival Pack

No, good design sensibility does not count as a survival instinct. But the sleek MINIM+AID still might be on to something. I was once in a meeting at a previous publishing job, discussing a book on failing power grids, when my boss asked if anyone kept a survival pack at their desk. Show More Summary

Watch This "Van Gogh" Filter Turn A Time-Lapse Into An Impressionist Dream

A new experimental video filter turns photography into art. Last September, we shared an experimental project that mashes up the work of famous artists—like Van Gogh and Picasso—with standard photo and video files shot by anyone. The results made it look like Instagram had instituted a Van Gogh filter. Show More Summary

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