Sets of tiny structures 3D printed by online platform Shapeways can be assembled into re-configurable cities.
The software company claims no CAD expertise is needed for this program, which transforms photos or scans into high-definition 3D models.
An entire house went missing in Oregon, architects are beginning to incorporate neuroscience into design, the New York Post calls Thomas Juul-Hansen the busiest architect in New York City, andClevelanders can now shop for groceries in a former Beaux-Arts bank.
Record-breaking winter storms have dumped several feet of snow and ice on the city, causing buildings to buckle under the accumulated weight.
17 projects were awarded the highest honors at BSA’s fourth annual gala.
The annual competition saw a record number of entries this year, and the winners will be announced in April.
The century-old European maker of Erector sets is scaling up its iconic kit of parts for assembly into tables, chairs, storage, and more.
University of Central Florida aims to break ground on an incubator, Palm Springs hosts Modernism Week, and more news for Thursday.
Changing client tastes and short-lived fashions are enough to keep even the most intrepid interior statement pieces relatively neutral. These five fixtures and finishes use creative illusions and unexpected materials to set themselves apart.
The multinational art corporation is holding a 288-piece sale comprising of illustrations, paintings, and original plates by contemporary European and American comic strip artists.