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Design Fountain-Turned-Playground In Mexico City Shows Experiential Uses For Outdoor Space

An architecture project transformed a city square into a play area, illustrating how a simple design can change the experience of public space

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel This DIY Sound Machine Emits A Sound To Keep Cyclists Safe

Ecobici is made to create a pleasant soundscape on the road and alert everyone that a cyclist is nearby

Automotive Ford's Robot "Dog Nanny" Can Take Care Of Your Pet While You're Out

The automaker has come up with a new phone-controlled concept that could take your pet our for walks

Advertising Mexico City Built A ‘Penis Seat’ For The Subway To Teach Men About Sexual Harassment

The city's subway has a seat in one of its cars (labeled for men only) in the shape of a man's torso and lower extremities

Children Game Lets Kids Play Tug Of War Across The US-Mexico Border

The installation introduces a way for kids to play with each other regardless of national boundaries

Food & Beverage Tequila Bottles Take The Shape Of Luchadores

Mucha Liga Tequila has found a unique way to brand and package products

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel Delta And Coca-Cola Collaborate On Designer Airplane Tray Tables

The heritage companies have come together for a collection of artist-designed tray tables to be enjoyed while in flight

Technology Forecast 2020: How Technology Is Empowering A New Age Of Digital Activists

Our latest Forecast 2020 report explains how technology is facilitating collective change

Interview Can Design Education Help Position Dubai As The Design Capital Of The World?

The Middle Eastern megapolis is betting a better tomorrow on the launch of its Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation

Design Cars May Disappear From This Mexico City Road

Corredor Cultural Chapultepec is a pedestrian-only overpass that could forever change a road whose history dates back to 1532

Video The Creators Project: Sewable Circuit Boards Create Jobs In Mexico

“Performative intervention” gives residents in Mexican cities the chance to work for $7.50 an hour.

Technology Voice Service Provides Internet Access To The Digitally-Illiterate

Verbal is a audio-enabled platform that wants to give Internet access to people who don’t own computers or mobile devices.

Technology Artist Attempts To Print Out The Entire Internet

A tribute to the late activist Aaron Schwartz involves creating a physical copy of as much of the world wide web as possible.

Advertising Wallpaper's Best Business Hotels Of 2012 [Pics]

The magazine ranks its favorite working and living spaces-- but what makes the winners shine?