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Design for the Dark Side at SXSW 2010

The annual South by Southwest (SXSW) Conferences and Festivals, held in Austin, Texas, offer a unique convergence of original music, independent films and emerging technologies. Every year there is opportunity to attend workshops and debates where new ideas are considered and deliberated. This year saw a conference panel discussing, Design for the Dark Side. Chart […]

Found Functions by Nikki Graziano

Photography and mathematics are rarely mentioned in the same sentence. If your like me then the ‘m’ word conjures feelings of high school, dread and misunderstanding. Yet, one woman has a great love for both and is on a mission to convey her passion for maths through photography in the hope others learn to appreciate […]

5 Innovative Green Designs for 2010 and Beyond

Today, it’s impossible to think about architecture without including some element of green design; so is the ever-evolving impression of acceptable architecture. For a design to be deemed worthy now, certain aspects of greening must be addressed, such as, energy sources, consumption, emissions, sustainability and recycling. This combination of criteria is not always easily met, but in striving to achieve the best in green design architects have produced myriad unique concepts that give new meaning to the word innovative. Here are five of the best we hope to see completed in 2010 and beyond.