Articles and researches

January 21, 2020

Massive U.S. snowstorm births a ‘snow dragon’ in Maine | MNN

When nearly 100 million people are under winter weather alerts across the United States, a few are bound to get creative. Building a snowman is one […]
January 21, 2020

Glamping tiny home on Governors Island offers the best views of NYC

Finding a little serenity in NYC is never an easy feat and often requires New Yorkers to head outside of the city to take in a […]
January 21, 2020

Why the future of West Virginia’s rare flying squirrel looks bright | MNN

There’s no better way to celebrate the squirrel, that tiny powerhouse of the forest, than with some good news about one of the more unique subspecies, […]
January 21, 2020

How to help hummingbirds in winter | MNN

Hummingbirds get little relief from hunger, thanks to the fastest metabolism of any vertebrate animal. Native plant nectar is usually their best food source, but since […]
January 20, 2020

Cross-laminated timber makes this Scottish home climate resistant

Scottish firm Mary Arnold Foster Architects has unveiled a stunning home made out of several timber “pods” and tucked into the idyllic landscape of the Scottish […]
January 20, 2020

NAWA reveals hybrid electric motorcycle at CES 2020

It’s not the first electric motorcycle on the market, but the NAWA Racer is currently the most talked about after a big reveal at CES 2020 […]
January 20, 2020

Modern farmhouse in Italy pays homage to its agricultural surroundings

Tucked into the rolling wheat fields of the Italian region of Le Marche, the Border Crossing House is a private residence that pays homage to the […]
January 20, 2020

“Embroidered filtering skin” helps library regulate light

French design practice Serero Architectes Urbanistes has recently completed the new Bayeux Media Library, a light-filled cultural institution that connects the northwestern French commune’s historical roots […]