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Design & Architecture november 13, 2012

Denmark Builds A Mini City Just For Kids

Expecting a large influx in children and teens, Copenhagen commissions architects to build a 'Neverland-like' structure in its downtown core.

Technology august 13, 2012

Successful Homemade Space Capsule Launch Broadcast Online [Pics]

A handmade spacecraft prototype successfully tested over the weekend for everyone to see demonstrates that we may all be able to participate in the astronomy program before long.

Work february 3, 2012

PSFK’s Top Five Stories Of The Week

We review the best in design, trends, culture, arts and fashion in our weekly 'What's Trending Now' roundup.

Work january 5, 2012

Reverse Sunglasses Will Combat The Winter Blues

A Danish engineering team has created a pair of innovative shades that are designed to cure seasonal depression by reflecting simulated daylight.

Arts & Culture september 14, 2011

Futuristic Coat Turns Rain Into Drinkable Water

A new concept raincoat doubles as a water collector that can catch and purify rain drops so you can drink while you wear it.

Innovation september 6, 2011

Which Countries Work The Hardest? [Infographic]

According to Organization for Economic Co-Ooperation and Development, Mexico, Japan and Canada are the hardest working countries. See who else is on the list.

july 6, 2011

The First Electric Car Battery Switch Station Installed In Europe [Headlines]

Due to many complaints that electric cars restrict mobility, a company called Better Place has opened up its first battery switch station in Denmark where cars can recharge.

Cities june 15, 2011

Artist Olafur Eliasson Creates “Moveable” Rainbow [Pics]

Internationally renown artist, Olafur Elliason's latest creation is a panel of multi-colored light.

Home june 9, 2011

The House Where It Rains Inside

A new installation in Denmark features a house with constant indoor rain showers.

Advertising may 13, 2011

Nike iD’s Real-Time Social Billboard [Video]

The most popular and "liked" designs are painted live on billboard in Denmark.

Mobile march 30, 2011

Mobile Impacting The Use And Delivery of Letter Postage

In spite of the popular buzz that is inevitably generated from any statement to the effect of "print/blogs etc are dead," we've seen that communications technologies never truly die, they simply find relevance in other spheres of human activity.

Technology march 9, 2011

Securing Postage By SMS In Sweden

A curious hybrid of communication methods takes the hassle out of snail mail correspondence.

Sustainability february 7, 2011

Reimagining Waste Processing As A Public Art And Recreation Destination

A new waste to energy processing plant in Copenhagen re-conceives the ecology and possibilities of waste treatment facilities.

Home november 1, 2010

Monocolumn: Is Danish Film In Crisis?

For a country of just 5.5 million inhabitants, Denmark has achieved a success in cinema in the last few decades far outweighing its modest size.


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