The car company has brought in technology to make the entire island, including cars, run on wind and solar power
The Google-based project from Portuguese artist barato features rectangles of color
The 'Prenup House' is a conceptual structure that can easily detach if a couple decides to split
Fans of the hit show can only buy merchandise by donating the precious resource.
A witty architectural installation aims to help reflect on the existential dynamics of shopping.
An outdoor ad showcases the capabilities of a Samsung Galaxy Note through real-time, two-way interaction.
PSFK's consulting team looks at how pervasive networks of cameras and embedded sensors can monitor the safety and well-being of both the city and its residents.
A project by the University of Oporto has brought forth a moving home that creates energy from the sun, and expands to fit a growing family.
Hacking fountains to re-envision the notion of play in public spaces.
Architects utilize apartment space with an hovering netted area.
The brand has turned over its luxury corporate suite to soccer team fans, creating a space where they can spend the night.
'Project Paperclip' uses QR codes and reactive soundscapes to enrich the viewer experience.
The world-famous beverage company rewards honest behavior with tickets to soccer matches, ice cold Cokes and a moment of fame on the soccer stadium big screen, all while spreading the message that there are reasons to believe in a better world.
In today's column from luxury magazine Monocle, we learn about how low prices attract tourists to Portugal, but could create long-term disadvantages for the country's economy.