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Sustainable lessons from ‘The Art of Earth Architecture’

‘The Art of Earth Architecture’ authored by Jean Dethier and published by Thames & Hudson is a timely book documenting the story of buildings and settlements made of sustainable raw earth.

PIX Self-Moving Space based on a modular autonomous driving chassis

Flexi Pix City learns from self-driving cars

Pix City by Pix Moving is using the concept of driverless cars to create cities that are modular and ever-changing to the environment

Citroen Ami One provides a new concept for shared transport electric cars

Brave new word: Reflections on 2019, predictions for 2020

Needless to say, it has been a turbulent introductory decade to the new millennium with so much profound change and so many challenges ahead. Yet, even as dark as it is politically around the world, and hopeless as it feels with our planet’s health and our people’s happiness, we may have climbed the steepest part. […]

Lautre riveimpressions cyanotypes disparaissant progressivement à la lumière du soleil,Irak, Syrie, Turquie, Grèce, Allemagne, Danemark, France, 2011-2017.

Émeric Lhuisset on the power and possibilities of photography

Émeric Lhuisset’s work tells an alternative story to photojournalism. The French visual artist captures the human side of the refugee. I met with the latest artist in the BMW Residency programme at his exhibition L’autre rive’ in Paris Photo.

Insight: Paolo Pininfarina on the past and future of the famed Italian design studio

Interview with Paolo Pininfarina, the chair and grandson of the famed Italian design studio, who reveals the progressive future of the brand

French advertisement (1934) for the Tatra 77

V&A takes on the car as a design object in new exhibition

In its latest exhibition ‘Cars: accelerating the modern world’ the V&A in London takes on the motor car as a design object to explore its impact on society and its future

Women In Design cover (c) Laurence King Publishig

‘Women In Design’ – the alternative design history

‘Women in Design’ is a fascinating new book published by Laurence King focusing on the female voice in the history of design.

Jaguar XK120 by Lunaz

Should true sustainability be about breathing new life into existing objects?

Lunaz restores classic cars and converts them with electric powertrains. Its aim is to make the most beautiful and celebrated cars in history ready for the future

Clean, green and urban: Zbee is a progressive electric auto-rickshaw

With the climate in crisis, a wave of progressive designers and makers are rethinking the traditional transport model with some brilliant and exciting ideas. Meet the latest, the three-wheel Zbee urban shared run-around by Clean Motion.

Enter photographer Tim Walker’s fantastical world at the V&A

Tim Walker: Wonderful Things at the V&A in London is the largest exhibition of one of the most successful fashion photographers of his generation and a magical journey into his fantastical mind

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Sustainable lessons from ‘The Art of Earth Architecture’

‘The Art of Earth Architecture’ authored by Jean Dethier and published by Thames & Hudson is a timely book documenting the story of buildings and settlements made of sustainable raw earth.

PIX Self-Moving Space based on a modular autonomous driving chassis

Flexi Pix City learns from self-driving cars

Pix City by Pix Moving is using the concept of driverless cars to create cities that are modular and ever-changing to the environment

Citroen Ami One provides a new concept for shared transport electric cars

Brave new word: Reflections on 2019, predictions for 2020

Needless to say, it has been a turbulent introductory decade to the new millennium with so much profound change and so many challenges ahead. Yet, even as dark as it is politically around the world, and hopeless as it feels with our planet’s health and our people’s happiness, we may have climbed the steepest part. […]

Lautre riveimpressions cyanotypes disparaissant progressivement à la lumière du soleil,Irak, Syrie, Turquie, Grèce, Allemagne, Danemark, France, 2011-2017.

Émeric Lhuisset on the power and possibilities of photography

Émeric Lhuisset’s work tells an alternative story to photojournalism. The French visual artist captures the human side of the refugee. I met with the latest artist in the BMW Residency programme at his exhibition L’autre rive’ in Paris Photo.

Insight: Paolo Pininfarina on the past and future of the famed Italian design studio

Interview with Paolo Pininfarina, the chair and grandson of the famed Italian design studio, who reveals the progressive future of the brand

French advertisement (1934) for the Tatra 77

V&A takes on the car as a design object in new exhibition

In its latest exhibition ‘Cars: accelerating the modern world’ the V&A in London takes on the motor car as a design object to explore its impact on society and its future