Articles and researches

March 12, 2020

UK university unveils efficient, BREEAM-certified learning center

Years ago, Durham University decided to implement a 10-year plan to improve on-campus facilities for its student body. Tasking British firm Faulkner Browns with the ambitious […]
March 12, 2020

Blix Packa, the electric bike that wants to replace your car

Beautiful, modular and impressively high-performance, the Blix Packa is a full-feature cargo electric bicycle that’s designed to be “a natural car-replacer.” Engineered to tackle the steepest of hills, […]
March 12, 2020

Self-care matters more in stressful times | MNN

Every day there’s more news about the coronavirus. You don’t know whether to go buy more supplies or just hunker down and stay home. The uncertainty […]
March 12, 2020

What does proximity to fast food have to do with longevity? | MNN

Fast food is a hallmark of modern living, and while it may be convenient, it’s not doing us any favors. A new study from Penn State, […]
March 12, 2020

5 Wellness trends that are bad for the environment

Wellness is an ongoing pursuit that involves diet, exercise, mental health and many other factors. But the activities that make us feel good might be causing harm […]
March 12, 2020

A zero-waste, self-sustaining home of the future

Designed by Shanghai-based firm YANG Design, the Green Concept House is a futuristic concept that envisions a residence where sustainable technologies are embedded into the living […]
March 12, 2020

Nature-inspired home uses passive design to stay cool in Taiwan

Just outside Kaohsiung’s city center, Taiwanese architecture firm Chain10 Architecture & Interior Design Institute has completed Comfort in Context, a contemporary new home nestled in a […]
March 11, 2020

Transformed caravan’s mobile music studio to help refugees

Although we’ve seen quite a few cool caravan conversions, Swedish studio Snask‘s latest project brings music to our ears and color to our eyes. The innovative designers […]