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OMA's trouser-shaped CCTV tower and Herzog & de Meuron's Bird's Nest stadium feature in this photo series by Kris Provoost, which documents the "weird architecture" China has tried to ban. Read more

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Categories: all, architecture, skyscrapers, china, chinese architecture, herzog & de meuron, oma, photography, rem koolhaas, skyscrapers, zaha hadid architects

OMA has combined rods with spotlights to create this linear lighting collection, presented by Belgian brand Delta Light during Milan design week. Read more

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Categories: all, design, lighting, milan 2017, delta light, milan design week, oma

Rows of perforated aluminium shades intended to represent the feathers of an eagle shield the facade of this concrete and glass church in the Taiwanese city of Tainan. Read more

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Categories: all, architecture, cultural, public and leisure, aluminium, churches, concrete, louvers, mayu architects, perforated metal, public and leisure, screens, taiwan

Meet Tempow, a French startup that can make your Bluetooth speakers more versatile. The company has been working on a new implementation of the Bluetooth protocol in order to let you play music from your phone on multiple speakers and headphones at once. Bluetooth speakers have become a common gift and a hit item in consumer electronics stores. Most people now have multiple Bluetooth speakers… Read More

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Categories: apps, gadgets, mobile, tc, france newsletter, tempow


Following our roundup of millennial pink at Milan design week, our new Pinterest board highlights the colour's increasing use in design and architecture, with examples including a room in Normann Copenhagen's flagship store and a pigmented concrete house extension. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›

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Categories: all, design, pinterest, pink

There's good news for NASA, bad news for Cassini, and what on earth do bricks have to do with space? The post This Week in Space: Cassini, the James Webb Space Telescope, and Bricks appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Categories: extreme, cassini, enceladus, james webb space telescope, jpl, jwst, mars, nasa, saturn, science, space, telescope, this week in space, titan

When Intent Media, a five-year winner of Crain's New York Business' Best Place to Work, needed to renovate their 25,000 square foot office to reflect their values, they called on JIDK to transform the traditional, segmented office space into an open, non-hierarchical space complete with the unique touches in line with contemporary office ideals.

Source Feed: Dexigner
Categories: interior+design

Matchstick Monkey recently won a Silver European Product Design award. Designed by 'mumpreneur' Katie Windridge when her daughter was born in 2015, Matchstick Monkey is a fun, flexible baby teething applicator which provides an ideal solution to the problems encountered when babies are teething.

Source Feed: Dexigner
Categories: industrial+design

SkB Architects recently completed Rocky Pond Winery Tasting Rooms. Located in downtown Chelan, Rocky Pond Winery is designed to bring a heightened sense of awareness to the winery's story and their wines.

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Categories: retail+design, interior+design

In order to support my baseball card habit as an adolescent in Brooklyn, I resorted to working as a door-to-door New York Times subscription salesperson. Man, I hated that job. Speaking of door-to-door sales, SolarCity had a company-wide meeting today, according to a source, and announced that door-knocking salespeople at SolarCity/Tesla are now a thing of the past. We asked Tesla for a comment and here's what they had to say: “As part of the integration with SolarCity, we have decided...

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Mondaine last month unveiled its new collection SBB Evo2. Ergonomically designed for ultimate comfort and perfect proportion, Mondaine's successor to the original and revered Mondaine SBB Evo now features scratch resistant sapphire crystal, a slightly rounded shape, refined case lugs, and a new functional crown.

Source Feed: Dexigner
Categories: industrial+design

Microsoft's overall quarterly results were excellent, but the company's hardware divisions were a different story. Decline in the Xbox market is expected, but a huge drop in Surface sales doesn't look good. Meanwhile, Windows 10 Mobile is barely on life support. The post Windows Phone Is Dead and Surface Sales are Slipping appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Categories: computing, mobile, microsoft, nadella, nokia, steve ballmer, surface, windows, windows 10, windows 10 mobile, windows mobile, windows phone

Nintendo has announced a new 2DS XL in a familiar clamshell package. If you've wanted a discounted New 3DS XL, this is the hardware you're looking for. The post Nintendo Announces New 2DS XL, Returns to Clamshell Design appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Categories: gaming, 2ds, 2ds xl, 3ds, 3ds xl, gaming, handheld, nintendo, nintendo switch, switch

Elon Musk was on stage at the 2017 TED Conference in Vancouver on Friday, and he revealed some of his tunnel work and aspirations, but he also talked about a few ongoing Tesla projects he’s referenced before. The multi-CEO showed a shadowy image that gives us our first look at what his forthcoming electric Semi Truck will look like, and also let drop the suggestion that Tesla will… Read More

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Categories: automotive, greentech, tc, transportation, tesla

The first images from the Grand Finale have been sent back to NASA, and they're stunning. They're also just the start -- Cassini has 21 more close orbits planned. The post Cassini’s First Grand Finale Images of Saturn Are In, and They’re Stunning appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Categories: extreme, cassini, grand finale, jpl, nasa, saturn, science, space

There are plenty of air quality sensors out there but so far the Awair Glow is the only sensor I’ve found that can do something about nastiness in your environment. The Glow is a small plugin nightlight that connects to an iOS or Android phone and lets you turn on a fan or air purifier if certain conditions are met. The device is quite compact – it’s about as big as a… Read More

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, tc, air purifier, home appliances, humidifier, meteorology, physics

BMW revealed its newest electric vehicle, a plug-in hybrid called the 530e iPerformance. The variant’s options include a forthcoming wireless charging pad, targeting a 2018 release window, which will include a charging pad drivers can install in their garage and drive over to provide a power supply with rates up to 3.2 kW, with a total charging time for refilling the vehicle’s… Read More

Source Feed: GreenTech – TechCrunch
Categories: automotive, greentech, tc, transportation, bmw

Looking for a single service to download and stream your favorite tunes to your PC, smartphone, and tablet? Amazon is offering up an excellent deal on its Music Unlimited service, so now's the time to act. Get access to tens of millions of songs, entirely without ads, and your first month is gratis. Better yet, new subscribers get a bonus $10 credit too. The post ET deals: Try Amazon Music Unlimited for free, get a $10 Amazon Music credit appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Categories: deals, et deals

It’s no secret, Apple and Qualcomm have been fighting relentlessly for a few months over royalty payments. Apple told Qualcomm that it would stop paying the disputed licensing fees. Qualcomm confirmed the aggressive move and said that its revenue and profits would be lower than expected. Apple said that it is waiting for a court decision to resume payments. Of course, the company expects… Read More

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: finance, gadgets, tc, apple, apple qualcomm suit, qualcomm


Come with me if you want to sear. The Cinder, which we first looked at two years ago, is now selling on Indiegogo and I had the unique opportunity to try this clever sous vide-style meat cooker. Basically the Cinder cooks meat perfectly. You place a hunk on the internal platter, set the temperature, and close the heavy lid. The lid acts as a sort of vacuum seal that keeps in juices while a… Read More

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, tc, beef, food and drink, indiegogo, meat, steak

Residential solar financier Sunnova Energy Corp. closed a new round of funding this week that includes a private placement by its subsidiary, Helios Issuer, of approximately $255 million of asset-backed notes. Credit Suisse acted as the sole structuring agent and sole bookrunner. The deal also includes two warehouse credit facilities in an aggregate principal amount of $360 million. Combined, this represents a $615 million round of funding. It’s also Sunnova’s first asset-backed notes...

Source Feed: Greentech Media: Headlines

Early in the internet of things (IOT) adoption cycle, it's often assumed the technologies will permeate industries in roughly the same way. But there will be differences across major sectors of the economy -- and it's helpful to understand how those differences will influence IOT adoption. IOT adoption assumptions Many believe that the core value proposition applies to different industries in the same way -- more data from more sensors (things) combined with machine learning and...

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Google Wifi, the mesh router that Google unveiled first last October, is now on sale in Canada. The router sells either individually for $179 CDN, or in a 3-pack for $439 CDN, which is pretty close to U.S. pricing given current exchange rates. The Wifi solution’s mesh networking approach means it can seamlessly pair with other units to extend coverage throughout a house, without… Read More

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Categories: gadgets, hardware, tc, google



All the praise we received from the press, from architects, buyers, designers, stylists and other visitors demonstrated to us once again that there is a consistent wish for a curated event that shows an overview of what's happening in contemporary design. We are delighted to have brought this again to the Milan Design Week! Over 115.000 visitors found their way to the Lambrate area and the opening event has never before been so well visited. Those who came to the area saw the varied designs of...

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“The Four Elements” is the new CCube exposition concept, the Cleaf corporate showroom, designed by Studiopepe. An immersive pathway that explores the versatility of Cleaf surfaces through the theory of the four elements of Nature: water, air, earth and fire. A multisensory environment in which the visitor can move freely to discover the multiplicity of finishes and decorative papers which interact with each other through the law of the 'harmony of the elements'. CCube's light and airy rooms...

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Yesterday I wrote about a poll conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan that found people were interested in flying cars if they were autonomous, shared and electric. As soon as I posted that, I found an email in my inbox saying that ChargePoint and Uber Elevate, among others at the recent conference on flying vehicles, had partnered to prepare for just that exact scenario. Read More

Source Feed: GreenTech – TechCrunch
Categories: automotive, greentech, tc, transportation, car sharing, chargepoint, electric vehicles, flying cars, transport, uber, uber elevate, university of michigan

April 27, 2017Embedded Systems Conference - BostonSuzanne DeffreeElectronics & TestHear from successful women in STEM fields on what can be done to increase diversity in engineering, professional challenges and opportunities, and more at ESC Boston.

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As industries go, agriculture represents one of the worst environmental offenders. Besides all the fertilizers, pesticides and water they use, farms also burn a lot of fossil fuels and money to keep the lights on, tractors rolling and refrigerators humming. Taylor Farms is making an effort to make food without fossil fuels, and shrink its environmental footprint. Read More

Source Feed: GreenTech – TechCrunch
Categories: food, greentech, startups, tc, agriculture, cleantech, cogeneration, concentric power, foundation wind, rec solar, renewables, solar, taylor farms, wind

One common thread – literally – runs through the history of Italian company Varaschin: a passion for weaving. Back then, this family-run firm, founded by Ugo Varaschin in 1969, specialised in rattan and wicker furniture. Today, its forte is outdoor pieces – from dining chairs to more informal low-level, modular sofas – all covered in handwoven fabrics, which blend comfort with innovative design. These elegant, contemporary designs, with a strong Mediterranean flavour, dissolve the traditional...

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Uber’s Elevate summit, which brings together experts in the vertical take-off and landing industry, is happening in Dallas, Texas starting today and continuing through tomorrow. The conference includes a number of sessions, with participation from experts from some of the largest aeronautics companies in the world, as well as regulators and leading academics. Basically, if… Read More

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Categories: greentech, tc, transportation, uber

April 27, 2017Elizabeth MontalbanoMaterials & AssemblyA sculpture that represents human laughter has become the first piece of art to be 3D-printed in space thanks to a collaboration between NASA, Made In Space, and the Israeli artist Eyal Gever.3D Printing

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Always in the thick of the action - this time at Salone del Mobile 2017 in Milan - Architonic recently asked some of the heroes that shape the design world today what superpowers they rely on. Full of news and valuable insights, we will soon follow-up with full-length interviews. Here is a first glimpse. Architonic regularly checks the pulse of the markets, and when visiting international trade fairs and design events, we ask renowned designers what materials they particularly favour right...

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Renaat Braem (1910-2001), a 1935 graduate of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, is one of the most notable figures in Belgian 20th century architecture. Between 1936 and 1937, he found himself working for Le Corbusier in Paris. There he explored the French master's sensibility for space and form. Whereas his early projects from before World War II were still rooted in a rectangular, formal language, his work from the 1950s slowly took on the softer forms of new organic approaches. This...

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April 28, 2017Chris WiltzElectronics & TestSpeaking with experts at VRLA, five key challenges emerge for virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) to gain mass adoption in the enterprise and consumer spaces.Consumer Electronics, Cyber Security, Electronics & Test

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Payroll gains slowed in March and the jobless rate declined dramatically, indicating the economy could be nearing maximum employment.

Source Feed: Architectural Lighting: News
Categories: economic conditions, economics, business

ADP and Moody's Analytics' employment report marks the third consecutive month of strong labor growth, despite the ebb in economic growth seen during the first quarter.

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Categories: economic conditions, economics, business

After starting off 2017 with a contraction, the Architecture Billings Index rebounded in February, bolstered by strong growth in design contracts.

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Categories: business, economics, economic conditions

According to ADP and Moody's Analytics, February's strong report is anchored by large gains in the goods-producing sector.

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Categories: economic conditions, economics, economic development, business

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