Before closing down and beginning an almost two-week thawing process, a cold storage company in Chicago invited photographer Gary Jensen to document the frozen landscape of their former space.
Instead of looking at 100 pictures of a fun party, why not go yourself? An app called Now turns the photo-sharing site into a social planning site by noting when cool things are happening in your neighborhood.
A new plan from Belgium would use an island with a giant lake in the center to store power from wind farms for times when the wind isn’t blowing.
Firebelly’s Dawn Hancock has found a way to inextricably link her design practice to helping her community, by incubating businesses and mentoring designers to create a chain of social consciousness.
The city today unveiled the winner of a contest to design livable tiny apartments to expand studio-scale housing in the Big Apple.
Dave’s Killer Bread, about to launch nationally after huge success in the Northwest, was started after its co-founder finished a 15-year prison term. Now he’s sourcing local ingredients and making a killing.
The Solar Ship is designed to shorten the distance between doctors and patients in the developing world, where poor infrastructure often means that remote sick people don’t stand a chance.
That’s the model behind Pave, a new service which hopes to eliminate crushing college debt by hooking up investors with students willing to give up a percentage of their future earnings for money today.