Retrofuture Urbanism: Past Future Cities
Futuristic utopias have long been the dream of urban planners, sociologists and science fiction writers. These 10 examples showcase some of the weird, wild, and workable plans for living tomorrow's lifestyle today.
TV History: Boob Tube to YouTube
Television exploded onto the social scene as an essential component of Baby Boom culture just over 60 years ago. These 10 steps trace the evolution of TV.
Rotating Architecture: 16 Spinning Builldings
Architects have always aimed towards building bigger, wider and higher. Now technology has made a fourth design dimension possible: movement.
12 Compelling Monuments Dedicated to Peace
From the most prolific countries in the world, unique, memorable and with a lot of history behind, these are the twelve picks that will help you decide if humans are as good at honoring peace, as they did with wars.
5 Floating Cities and Ocean Utopias
Who hasn't imagined living on their very own floating paradise?
3 of the Most Bizarre Micronations in the World
Have you ever wanted to rule your very own country?
The Coolest Urban Adventure Playgrounds
Where was your absolutely favorite place to play as a kid?
Subeversive Art: Guerrilla Marketing for Good
Here are three examples of socially-motivated projects designed to make a difference.
Creative Japanese Urban Camouflage
Whether they be viewed as polemical or pragmatic, this latest in the tradition of creative urban camouflage is at least entertaining and arguably even practical.
Digitally Mapping the Urban Environment in Real Time
An MIT SENSEable City Laboratory project, Wiki City Rome seeks to create a "Real Time Rome" from various data sources.