Foster + Partners skyscraper joins line-up at New York's Hudson Yards

50 Hudson Yards by Foster + Partners

The next piece to be unveiled as part of the vast Hudson Yards development in

Clive Wilkinson creates cubicle-free Manhattan office with cosy nooks and communal tables


US studio Clive Wilkinson Architects sought to eliminate...

Dezeen's Christmas gift guide 2016: cyclists


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Foster-designed Oceanwide Center breaks ground in San Francisco

Oceanwide Center San Francisco by Foster + Partners

Work has commenced on the development set to include San...

Eight products that come in Pantone colour of the year Greenery


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This week's Dezeen Mail features a sinuous MAD housing block and London's best house extensions


This week's Dezeen Mail...

Dezeen's top 10 installations of 2016

dezeen top ten installations design

SOM creates Christmas tree alternative at Denmark's Utzon Center


Skidmore Owings & Merrill designed this latticed

"With a good culture war, you can ignore the real reason why British transport architecture is so grim"


The problem with Britain's railway stations...

Pantone names Greenery its 2017 colour of the year


Colour company Pantone has...

Jayda Hany's Connector Collection Draws Parallels Between Footwear and Architecture



Hand Tool School #11: If You Want to Protect Rainforests, Buy and Use Exotic Wood

Lately I have read some things online, had some conversations via social media, and fielded a few phone calls both as The Renaissance Woodworker and the Director of Marketing for a lumber company about using wood and environmental responsibility. I just had to say something in an effort to get some real information into the ether and hopefully stop some of the stupid falsehoods that my fellow woodworkers seem to have been fed. Somewhere along the line, we woodworkers have been bullied into thinking we are doing something wrong by working with wood, especially anything exotic. This needs to stop. Stop apologizing for using wood: an infinitely renewable, highly sustainable, and environmentally friendly construction medium. Whether you are selling your work or just building for your own enjoyment, you need to educate yourself in order to defend your position when the inevitable environmentalist comes trying to make you feel bad for not caring about your environment.

Wood is Already Green

Wood doesn't need a special certification label to be green. As a marketer I truly admire the machine that...

woodlabo eagle collection recreates moon landing mission as lighting series


In London, Contemporary Christmas Tree Art Installations


In the newly refurbished rotunda of London’s Tate Britain, an upside-down...

Meadow House by Malcolm Davis Architecture

Malcolm Davis Architecture have designed a contemporary wooden home in California, that features a calm and relaxing interior with large windows.

Bathroom Design Idea – Create a Luxurious Spa-Like Bathroom At Home

Bathroom Design Idea - Create a Luxurious Spa-Like Bathroom At Home

Essential Kitchen Tools – 11 Beautiful Oil & Vinegar Dispensers

Essential Kitchen Tools - 11 Creative Oil & Vinegar Dispensers

Base 10 Furniture: Art, Craftsmanship and Contemporary Design [VIDEO]

Base 10 Furniture: Art, Craftsmanship and Contemporary Design [VIDEO]

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8 Artist-Designed Tote Bags Great for Gifting

8 Artist-Designed Tote Bags Great for Gifting

Instead of wrapping paper or paper gift bags this year, why not give a gift...

Girl (Em)Power!

This article is part of the Design for Impact series, a collaboration between Core77 and Autodesk focused on designers using their craft to promote environmental and social change. 

Change begins with knowledge. Armed with new insights, critical skills, and the confidence to take risks, motivated change agents initiate powerful action.

Suz Somersall is using her platform as a change agent to empower new generations of women in engineering. Through her national education initiative, KiraKira, Somersall leverages the educational pedagogy of Science, Tech, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) to chart a path toward greater gender inclusivity in the field, using 3D modeling to leverage girls' creative curiosity.

KiraKira students explore the engineering software 

Despite some improvement in the past decade, women...

Architecture of Surveillance: NSA Spy Outpost in Brutalist NYC Building

[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Offices & Commercial. ]


Like some ancient megalith, an imposing windowless structure in Manhattan may be even more sinister than it appears. The AT&T Long Lines Building at 33 Thomas Street was built for machines, designed to house long-distance phone lines in the 1970s, but reports now suggest it has been used by the National Security Agency as a listening post in the heart of America’s financial capital. Welcome to the home of Project X, both a supposed name of the place (also known as Titanpointe) and title of a short film about it by Henrik Moltke and Laura Poitras.


A Jewelry Designer’s Home Studio Makes Use of Each Bit of Space

A Jewelry Designer’s Home Studio Makes Use of Each Bit of Space


Duplex in the City by Luigi Rosselli Architects

Duplex in the City by Luigi Rosselli Architects

Composed of two apartments, this

Reader Submitted: GH 1: A Minimal Heater Intended for Gallery Spaces

GH 1 is a form study/concept...

Inspiration Boards: The Why + How

inspiration boards


The Well

Pon Table Series by Jasper Morrison for Fredericia

Pon Table Series by Jasper Morrison for Fredericia

Industrial Designers: Let's Hear Your Story

The Atlantic's ongoing "Inside Jobs" series lets you "hear what American workers have to say about their jobs" in candid terms. So far they've got folks from 103 different professions, everything from deliverypersons to CEOs, delivering answers to give you...

MAD architects reveals first images of its ‘fake hills’ community in beihai, china


TOP 10 cultural buildings of 2016

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