Forget cheese. What if the moon were made from recycled materials?
Installing a LivePicture is as simple as hanging a framed painting on the wall (and it’s just as easy to move).
Organizations specializing in eco-friendly buildings and community space will revive vacant lots around the City, and possibly the world.
These upcycled instruments can no longer cause death and destruction in their new form.
The work is meant to provide relief from the unending gray and chaos of the scrambled city, silently reminding residents and visitors that clearer skies lie ahead.
The Echoviren Pavilion has been hailed as ‘the world’s first 3D printed, full-scale architectural installation’.
A new style of folded plastic art has helped keep 1 million six-pack rings out of the ocean.
The reVITALize project seeks to educate and enlist kids to join the fight against the full-blown plastic epidemic, starting with their toothbrushes.
A clever, low-impact design helps container plants declare their independence from us!
The Exbury Egg will rise and fall with the tides, giving the artist within unparalleled access to the river ecosystem.
Akihisa Hirata imagines a city where solar panels wind around and through the city like the tendrils of a growing plant.