Christo, the legendary public artist, has been planning the sculpture called the Mastaba for decades. Is it now about to become reality outside Abu Dhabi?
When cell service goes down in an emergency, there are no plans in place to make sure people can still communicate.
As more and more businesses start that are based on using existing resources instead of selling new ones, how can those businesses mesh with an economy built to facilitate consumption?
Have some sick cooking skills but no one to serve it to? Wish you had someone making home-cooked meals for you? This new service will help make sure everyone can go to as many dinner parties as they want.
Yerdle--a new site where you can list things to give away--hopes to change how we view consumerism and make it easier to give unwanted purchases a second life.
Installed at the Monkey’s Paw bookstore in Toronto, the Biblio-Mat offers book lovers a little randomness for their next read.
In Brooklyn, a brownfield lot--filled with soil too polluted to build on--was cleaned up by a strange new addition to the neighborhood: Ayton Motors, a performance race car engine company.