Articles and researches

May 4, 2021

Florida waterways demand their rights

U.S. law treats corporations as legally independent “persons” who can sue or be sued. So why can’t waterways have these rights, too? That’s the thinking in […]
May 4, 2021

McLaren 720S combines exposed carbon fiber and 3D printing

Hello, you sexy thing. Not only is it a looker, but the ‘000’ McLaren 720S is making waves for its innovations in the world of exotic cars. […]
May 4, 2021

Aether makes diamonds from air pollution

Diamonds are little stones loaded with meaning and fraught with controversy. They’ve dominated the engagement ring market for the last 70 years. But many jewelry-lovers prefer […]
May 3, 2021

Understanding the invasion of Brood X cicadas

The lifecycle of a cicada is a journey like no other species experiences. Reproduction requires 17 years underground, the perfect temperature and a whole lot of […]
May 3, 2021

Only 1% of global rivers contribute 80% of riverine plastic pollution to oceans

A new study published in Science Advances has found that 1,000 rivers, or 1% of rivers globally, contribute approximately 80% of all riverine plastic that flows […]
May 3, 2021

Musician Manu Delago embarks on a concert tour by bike

Austrian musician Manu Delago is proving bands don’t need tour buses to go on the road. Last Friday, he and his band played in Tirol, kicking […]
May 3, 2021

Valet proposes a prefab parklet system for Milan’s roads

In a bid to rethink public spaces, Milan-based architecture studio Vudafieri-Saverino Partners has collaborated with PRR Architetti and Lorenzo Noe to develop Valet, a city development […]
May 3, 2021

Wood-clad building in Stockholm features a living roof with solar panels

Located in the large Midsommarkransen urban district of Stockholm, Flora is a newly developed, wood-clad residential building designed by Belatchew Architects. Apart from its unique, wood-paneled […]