Anastasia Savinova’s surreal composite structures piece together the essential fragments of a city.
Or just throw a dart at it to decide where you’re going next.
Play King Kong from your desk.
GoLA links all your transit options together and tells you which one works best.
For the aesthetics nerd in the cubicle next door.
This device helps users think like conservationists.
Can you make your way through Millennium Park with nothing but a pencil?
A Dutch design studio fabricated really graphic greenery out of aluminum.
Renewable wood pulp steps in for plastic foam.
Global landmarks meet gorgeous accessories.
Metroid, Final Fantasy, and Zelda, all mapped out like your neighborhood metro.
A new app called Homemade allows “hobbyist cooks" to market their favorite recipes to neighbors.
Rustic or rusty?
Simon & Garfunkel have replaced the Queensboro Bridge.
From a design standpoint, the map connecting the world via one mega subway system is a mess. But it says something about human mobility.
Thirty years after its original release, Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant’s collection of photos still offers a vibrant look at the origins of this art scene.
This garment addresses two chief annoyances of travel: being cold and tired.
This new book helps English-speaking travelers and architecture enthusiasts find the projects that best exemplify the country’s post-Mao landscape.