The hidden side of Moshe Safdie’s Habitat 67
Photographer James Brittain gets under its Brutalist skin
Your smartphone is ready to take augmented reality mainstream
Smartphones are primed for AR... now we're just waiting on the killer apps
Blade Runner-style photographs capture Tokyo's infrastructure
Each of Blanchford's images features moody, neon-lit backdrops in a reference to film noir, particularly the 1982 sci-fi fantasy movie Blade Runner.
If an AI doesn't take your job, it will design your office
Arranging employees in an office is like creating a 13-dimensional matrix that triangulates human wants, corporate needs, and the cold hard laws of physics
‘Everything is gentrification now’: but Richard Florida isn't sorry
The ‘rockstar of regeneration’ has seen his blueprint for urban creativity blamed for gentrification and inequality. Richard Florida says mistakes were made – but he regrets nothing
The Automotive Liberation of Paris
The city has waged a remarkably successful effort to get cars off its streets and reclaim walkable space. But it didn’t happen overnight.
These on-demand storage startups want to haul away your junk
A new crop of startups is peddling concierge services for your junk.
Meanwhile spaces: Buildings in transition
As rising prices and regeneration transform the capital, developers and social enterprises are finding creative ways to use spaces in transition
Tech Is Transforming Our Spaces, And We’re Just Beginning To See How
Our smartphones have enabled us to do everything, everywhere–and our physical spaces are changing as a result.
Why millennials are facing the scariest financial future of any generation since the Great Depression.
Like everyone in my generation, I am finding it increasingly difficult not to be scared about the future and angry about the past.