Modular Furniture for Limitless Configurations: A Collection by OMA for UniFor

Modular Furniture for Limitless Configurations: A Collection by OMA for UniFor © ph Studio Amos Fricke Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983002/principles-a-collection-by-oma-for-unifor For Milano Design Week 2022, UniFor, a company of the Molteni Group specialized in workplace furnishing solutions, will be presenting PRINCIPLES, a new collection developed in collaboration with the international … Read more

How to Be More Patient

Patience is a virtue, they say, but it’s often easier said than done. Many people live busy, action-packed lives, hopping between work, errands, and activities at a rapid pace. Things like two-day shipping, Slack, Teams, and grocery delivery have set the expectation that everything should be delivered ASAP, that every need is urgent. When you’re … Read more

How Can You Live in the Curutchet House?

How Can You Live in the Curutchet House? Los equipamientos fijos. El Consultorio del Dr. Curutchet. Vista del muro equipado que separa la oficina del consultorio propiamente dicho. 2014. Image © Aníbal Parodi Rebella Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/982718/how-can-you-live-in-the-curutchet-house “La Curutchet habitada” is the title of a forthcoming book that records … Read more

What Do We Do With Waste? The Circular Economy and the Global South

What Do We Do With Waste? The Circular Economy and the Global South Render of affordable homes created out of plastic waste. Image Courtesy of Othalo Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/982956/what-do-we-do-with-waste-the-circular-economy-and-the-global-south A lot of people around the world would agree that we are currently in a climate emergency. The IPCC report, … Read more

Sunscreen, Salaries, and Seedlings: 8 Ways to Embrace Delayed Gratification

published about 1 hour ago There’s a famous psychological experiment you may remember learning about in school: A researcher offers a child a choice between eating one marshmallow right now, or waiting 15 minutes and getting two marshmallows instead. The Stanford marshmallow experiment, as the 1970s study is known, explored the concept of delayed gratification, … Read more

Concrete, Wood, Steel and Glass: How to choose the material of a Staircase?

Concrete, Wood, Steel and Glass: How to choose the material of a Staircase? © Hufton+Crow, Stijn Poelstra, Dylan Perrenoud, Adrián Vásquez Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983066/concrete-wood-steel-and-glass-how-to-choose-the-material-of-a-staircase Most of us use stairways every day, but a few times do we stop to contemplate their design or put much thought into their function. … Read more

Materials to Build India’s Identity

Materials to Build India’s Identity © Andre J Fanthome Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983042/materials-to-build-indias-identity Upon becoming a sovereign country, free from British Rule, the people of India found themselves faced with questions they had never needed to answer before. Coming from different cultures and origins, the citizens began to wonder what … Read more

Lo-TEK: Reclaiming Indigenous Techniques to Work with Nature

Lo-TEK: Reclaiming Indigenous Techniques to Work with Nature Islas flotantes de AI-Tahla – Pueblo Ma’dan (Irak). Image © Esme Allen Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/982652/lo-tek-reclaiming-indigenous-techniques-to-work-with-nature “Indigenous technologies are not lost or forgotten, only hidden by the shadow of progress in the most remote places on Earth”. In her book Lo-TEK: design … Read more