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MIT researchers discovered a way to move objects as heavy as a great white shark with your bare hands. Take a look.
MIT researchers debuted a concept at TED 2019 that allows people to move massively heavy objects by hand.
12 photos that show what New York, London, and other major cities almost looked like, based on old city designs
The Golden Gate Bridge, the Times Square Tower, and the House of Parliament could have looked very different based on these unburied city plans.
How late architect and design expert Dr Milton Tan’s unexpected advice led son Ryan to start creative agency OuterEdit
The head of architecture at NUS told his son not to pursue a degree in architecture. And it turned out to be sage advice.
From a building with a 350-foot waterfall to one with the world's largest infinity pool, these skyscrapers are not for the faint of heart.
The designer of the proposed 360-degree infinity pool in London has explained how you actually get in and out
Designer Alex Kemsley explained in detail how the pool works to INSIDER, and also addressed what would happen in a storm.
The world’s first rooftop infinity pool with 360-degree views is set to be built on top of a skyscraper in London
Swimmers would access the pool via "a rotating spiral staircase based on the door of a submarine, rising from the pool floor," the designer said.
Most of those weird, twisting sides and gaping holes you see on skyscrapers aren’t decorative — here’s what they actually do
Many design elements associated with modern skyscrapers — twisting sides, tapered pointy tops, random gaping holes — aren't about aesthetics.
28 photos show the most incredible buildings, installations, and landmarks designed by late architect I.M. Pei
Renowned architect I.M. Pei died on Thursday at the age of 102. His legacy lives on through his designs, including skyscrapers and national museums.
Apple has more than 500 stores around the globe, including some real stunners outside the United States.
Denmark’s 150-foot spiral observation deck is an architectural masterpiece, but the photos show it’s not for the faint of heart
Camp Adventure Forest Tower in Denmark gives visitors an unparalleled view of nature.