The traditional Japanese art of paper folding has inspired a surprising range of technological designs.
This week we feature a handful of techs designed to help out in disasters as well as other innovations that will just make you happy to be alive.
A proposed construction project would result in an enclosed, climate-controlled retail metropolis. Continue reading →
A Chinese company wants to build a our-square-mile superstructure that would be prefabricated, self-sustaining and mostly under water. Continue reading →
Each 650-square-foot home costs under $5,000 to produce. Continue reading →
Jenga fans might want to check out this topple-free hotel. Continue reading →
Elevators for the CTF Guangzhou skyscraper under construction in China will transport passengers at a record-breaking 45 miles per hour. Continue reading →
Rising like a skeletal tree in the desert, this skyscraper design calls for 3D-printed components made from sand and sun power. Continue reading →
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