Articles and researches

April 14, 2020

Natufia’s hydroponic garden embraces farm-to-table eating

Farm-to-table is a practice that includes collecting food as close to the source as possible, therefore ensuring the greatest amount of nutrients and best quality. With […]
April 14, 2020

Expandable camper converts into a two-story home via a pop-up roof

Living on the road typically means having to sacrifice some living space, but one savvy camper company has designed an expandable truck that adds more space […]
April 14, 2020

Awair tracks 5 elements of air quality in your home

For San Francisco-based company Awair, “knowledge is power” when it comes to air quality. Co-founder Ronald Ro first had the idea for a smart air quality […]
April 13, 2020

After a 240-year hiatus, white-tailed eagles are coming back to southern England | MNN

For centuries, there’s been an eagle-shaped hole in the skies over England where the majestic white-tailed eagle once soared. The enormous raptor — its wingspan stretches […]
April 13, 2020

LEED Platinum Akademeia High School caters to millennials

When Medusa Group Architects was tasked to design a high school in Warsaw, the Polish interdisciplinary design studio’s team seized the opportunity to address the perceived failures of […]
April 13, 2020

Shelters are clearing out as pet adoptions surge | MNN

As more people are sheltering at home, they’re deciding to do it with a new temporary or permanent family member. Many rescue groups and shelters across […]
April 13, 2020

Glowing Wishing Pavilion is made with 5,000 recycled plastic bricks

To celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival of 2019, Hong Kong-based studio Daydreamers Design crafted a glowing lantern-inspired pavilion that also raises awareness of environmental issues. Dubbed the […]
April 13, 2020

Why phone calls have made a comeback | MNN

In these chaotic times, there’s something soothing about hearing the voices of people you love. Long before this whole coronavirus mess started, if my mom didn’t […]