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Algaevator transforms algae production into a beautiful work of art and architecture

Created as part of the Burglars of Transnatural Transparency (BoTT) Lab pavilion, the Algaevator is a gravity-based algae photobioreactor built to explore the architectural possibilities of biotechnology utilities. The resulting lightweight...Show More Summary

Reflecting on a Master Architect: 10 Water-Centric Works by Tadao Ando

Tadao Ando’s work consists of more than just the tangible architectural materials making up each structure, masterfully utilizing reflection, simple palettes and negative space to incorporate wind, water and light into the carefully designed compositions. Show More Summary

Required Reading

5 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

This week, court room comedy, typography in Blade Runner, Trump's architectural legacy, China's deleted buildings, white working class, and more.

AMD working on 48-core processor

Codenamed Starship, the server chip will be feature 7-nanometer architecture.

Tips for Different Approaches to Architecture Photography

Architecture is all around us, it is an integral part of our lives. We live in it, we work in it, we eat out in it, and in most towns a lot of money has been spent on it so they stand out to say something. We all know what those buildings...Show More Summary

Daimler To Unveil EV Platform For Cars With 500 Kilometers (~310 Miles) Per Charge

Originally published on EV Obsession. Daimler is currently working on a new, dedicated electric vehicle platform architecture to be debuted later this year at the Paris Motor Show, according to a recent press release. Electric vehicles...Show More Summary

Diptyque – Paris in San Francisco

Diptyque was founded in Paris at 34 Boulevard Saint-Germain in 1961 by three friends – painter Desmond Knox-Leet, set designer Yves Coueslant, and Christiane Gautrot, who was working in an architecture firm. Diptyque originally produced printed fabrics, but in 1963 they introduced […]

Keys To Harnessing The Data Tsunami

Navistar's open architecture promises to make the benefits of big data analytics available to fleet operators. It's innovating four core ways to put that flood of information to work.

Las Vegas in Infrared Shines a New Light on Sin City

Philip Bloom has just released his latest cinematic work of art, titled “Las Vegas in Infrared.” In playing with infrared lighting, Bloom ventured throughout Sin City, capturing footage of the eye-catching architecture as well as the passersby, mostly shot from a moving vehicle. Philip then took his footage, slowed it down, and set it to […]

Victor Lundy, Modern Architecture's Inspired Outsider

From sketchbook musings to inspired design, Lundy's work showcased the genius of an eclectic thinker "When I think thoughts, I draw thoughts." The career of architectural iconoclast Victor Lundy took many shapes over decades of designing buildings: the grand, imposing rectangles of the United States Tax Court Building in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary

This Device Transforms Your Desk Into A Place To Take A Nap At Work

We've all caught a secret nap at the office. Now you can do it proudly, right at your desk. As an architecture student pulling all-nighters at his studio, Sharon Liverant often fell asleep on his drawing board. Later, as an intern, he took quick naps at his desk at lunch. Show More Summary

Animated Music Video Takes Viewers on a Joyride Through Japanese City

It's the work of an Australian illustrator We've written before about music videos inspired by and filmed at great works of architecture—like Philip Johnson's Glass House, captured in a video for work by musician Julianna Barwick, or...Show More Summary

KnuEdge Announces 'KnuVerse' Voice Authentication Technology And 'KnuPath' Neural Chip

KnuEdge, a company specializing in cloud-based voice recognition technology announced its KnuVerse voice authentication solution that can work in any type of noisy environment, as well as its neural KnuPath chip architecture for voice recognition.

Body Architecture: New work by Hormazd Narielwalla at The Foundry Gallery,

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Over 40 new works by emerging artist Hormazd Narielwalla will be featured in his second solo exhibition in the UK presented by Saatchi Art. At the Foundry Gallery in London until 10 June, Body Architecture brings together large-scale collages inspired by vintage tailoring patterns. Show More Summary

John Margolies, Photographer of Quirky Roadside Architecture, Dies at 76

Vernacular architecture's patron saint If you've ever seen a faded color photograph of a donut shop shaped as a, well, donut, or a building shaped as a teepee, ice cream cone, or a hot dog, chances are you've encountered the work ofShow More Summary

Famous Authors' Iconic Works Become Illustrated Architectures

"Intelligence is an accident of evolution, and not necessarily an advantage." — Isaac Asimov

French architect and a designer Jean Nouvel exhibits at Gagosian Gallery in Athens

4 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Like many Modernist predecessors who worked across related disciplines, Nouvel describes himself as an architect and a designer. His design products derive from architectural commissions, or from alternative visions that correspond to his building design but which are linked to specific use. Show More Summary

Hanging highway garden in So Paulo would filter 20% of car emissions

Franco-Brazilian firm Triptyque Architecture has unveiled an ambitious plan to convert the long-neglected Minhocão viaduct undersection into a vibrant public space covered in suspended plants. Working with landscape architect Guil Blanche,...Show More Summary

Inside Zaha Hadid's Venice Architecture Biennale Retrospective

Though the exhibition is by no means complete, it offers a glimpse into the late architect's process An impromptu retrospective of the late Zaha Hadid's work that was announced earlier this month has finally opened at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Show More Summary

Duncan Stroik Wins the Arthur Ross Award for Classical Architecture

NLM has covered the work of classical architect Duncan Stroik on several occasions, and we are happy to offer him him our congratulations for winning the Arthur Ross Award. The Arthur Ross Award is the oldest award for classical architecture in the United States. Show More Summary

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