Here at YD, we focus on the innovative, but every now and then we come back to the classics. The EXO scissors however, are a healthy combination of both.
Belgian designer Alain Gilles looked to the world of cycling when designing this lounge chair, which incorporates a tubular metal frame and customisable elements.
1. Farewell, Lil Peep Lil Peep, a musician who rose to prominence over the last two years—blending rap, emo, trap and pop—has passed away at just 21 years old.
A white box bursts through the roof of this old chapel in Limburg, Belgium, to form the new studio for architecture office Klaarchitectuur.
This week, a survey conducted by Dezeen revealed a gender imbalance for the highest-ranking positions at the world's biggest architecture firms, which lead to a response from prominent female architects.
Fashion brand Charlotte Olympia has launched a pair of high-heeled shoes and a clutch bag, which were designed in collaboration with the late architect Zaha Hadid.
We’ve come a long way to have socks that are also Fitness Trackers. Unlike the ones that strap to your wrist, just giving you a fraction of the data you deserve, Sensoria Socks have 100% textile sensors all along them that give you complete feedback on your run… in realtime!
If you’re a die-hard Tesla fan after yesterday’s absolutely mind-melting presentation, you’re not the only one!
Oregon-based architect Erin Moore has completed a tropical getaway in Hawaii that consists of two pavilions sited on either edge of a 300-year-old solidified lava formation.
A house made using a rammed-earth construction technique developed to rebuild a village destroyed by earthquake has received the title of World Building of the Year 2017 at the World Architecture Festival awards.
A moulded plywood pavilion built within a Singapore furniture store has won the title of World Interior of the Year at Inside festival 2017.
Plans for the replacement of Sydney's "dangerous, odorous and dilapidated" fish markets have been named Future Project of the Year 2017 at the World Architecture Festival awards.
A network of elevated pathways that takes tourists through paddy fields and over an 6,500-year-old archaeological site in China's Hunan Province has received the title of World Landscape of the Year 2017 at the World Architecture Festival awards.
Even before entering the full-floor grandeur of The Salon Art + Design at NYC's Armory, guests of the design fair could set foot into a wooden jewelry box of a room populated with the works of Giampiero Bodino.
An acoustic tune strumming along the waves of a haunting narrative, Blitzen Trapper's "Joanna" tells the tale of a woman who shoots the man that sexually assaulted her.
A show home in the One Thousand Museum tower designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid has been fitted out by Brazilian furniture brand Artefacto.
As LA's No.One footwear company makes clear, the name of their Triple Black Bravo isn't accurate. Really, the best way to understand just how remarkable the shoes are requires looking at all the ways they've used premium black materials.
Neil Baxter has resigned as secretary and treasurer of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland, after more than 150 architects accused the organisation of financial mismanagement.
For this week's roundup of popular images from Pinterest, we're featuring homes that treat their balconies as extra living spaces.
[ By SA Rogers in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] With homelessness in many cities reaching its highest levels since the Great Depression, some designers and architects are getting more creative with solutions, like this honeycomb-shaped 3D-printed ‘micro neighborhood’ designed to cling to existing buildings.