(Courtesy vingtsix/Studio Libeskind)

Daniel Libeskind is the latest high-profile architect to unveil a pyramid-shaped skyscraper, this time in Jerusalem

Friday, July 31, 2015

Jerusalem‘s municipal committee has approved the construction of The Pyramid, a 26 story building by starchitect Daniel Libeskind that will become the city’s second tallest building. Libeskind worked alongside Israeli¬†architect Yigal Levi in designing the¬†344-foot-tall luxury high-rise that is set to break ground by 2019.

This fake town by the University of Michigan to become testing ground for developing smarter driverless cars

This fake town by the University of Michigan to become testing ground for developing smarter driverless cars

Friday, July 31, 2015

Researchers the University of Michigan just one-upped a recent virtual SimCity project for testing smart technologies of future cities. A tangible, 32-acre testing ground for driverless cars called MCity pits autonomous vehicles against every conceivable real-life obstacle, minus the caprice of human drivers.

(Courtesy Design Biennial Boston)

Four Boston design firms fill the Rose Kennedy Greenway with art at the intersection of architecture

Friday, July 31, 2015

Through September 25th, emerging architects and designers are being celebrated in Boston’s 4th Design Biennial. The program features installations, created by four, jury-chosen design firms, exhibited along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy.