Future house #architecture #design

Zaha Hadid’s only private residence was built for Vladislav Doronin in the Bravika Forest, Moscow. At $140M it is 36,000sqft of entertainment spaces, an indoor swimming pool, fitness and massage areas, sauna and hammam, as well as guest rooms and exterior terraces. The form of the residence is defined by its natural topography with fluid

Energy positive design – the new future for #sustainable #design

Powerhouse is a collaboration between a contractors, property developers, design and environmental consultants to create commercially viable buildings that are “energy positive,” proactively addressing the impact of new development on the environment. Powerhouse As members of the Powerhouse collaboration, we believe that energy positive buildings are the buildings of the future. An energy positive building

Super yachts designed with hybrid propulsion #design #innovation #travel

Originally featured by Designboom.com this superyacht is using new technologies to improve efficiency and operation.   Dynamiq is a Monaco superyacht builder meeting the needs of intelligent buyers for a next-generation yacht: efficient, chic, easy to order and effortless to customize. Dynamiq is the first to create a family of all-aluminium superyachts which combine the

Light art & the new flower people #art #digital #thinkdifferently #technology

teamLab are digital artists located in Tokyo, Singapore and Shanghai. Their work transcends traditional definitions and is ever changing as projected images and coloured lights interplay with those who interact with the installation. “teamLab believes that the digital domain can expand the capacities of art, and that digital art can create new relationships between people”

Matrix learning about the way we live #technology #education #innovation #thinkdifferently

Our world is data driven. We transfer information and communicate through binary, 1’s & 0’s. Our media, email and navigation relies on the web of data servers and information nodes. The percentage of consumers using mobile devices is raising exponentially. The researchers at MIT Senseable City Lab are utilizing this freely available data to learn