Scott and Julie Brusaw, came up with an idea that just could change the way we collect energy as well and use our roadways for more than just driving on. They started a company called Solar Roadways which proposes a solar panel that is tough enough to handle traffic running over it and is easy to […]
Creative solutions that come from constraints inspire me – especially in architecture.
With the invention of the computer mouse, artists, graphic designers, architects and just plain doodlers, have tried to find a way to sketch directly into their computers using the simple and familiar pen!
Video not only provides your web site with more visitors but also a more dynamic engagement with them.
In his talk at TedXLausanneChange, Pierre Calleja, presents an interesting invention by a group of researchers he led at FermentAlg; a company exploring the exceptional properties of algae, of a streetlamp that is powered by algae.
On our road trips, when we were young and the hours would make us unruly, my mother would say “Hey, look at the horse in that cloud!”, or whatever she saw and we’d say yes or say we saw something else. She always saw our suggestions and in this gazing game the unruliness would pass. […]
Will Google Glass change architecture?
“The brand is a story. But it’s a story about you, not about the brand.” So says Seth Godin in his insightful post by the same line. Story elevates a logo or a name into a brand. Seth goes on to say that, “The story includes expectations and history and promises and social cues and […]
New materials for the building industry seem to come out daily but one that caught my eye was a TED Talk by Mark Shaw.
After being absent for a decade, I’d like to invite you to visit the Peninsula Volunteers Designer Show House in Woodside, CA.