Computer scientists and archeologists are working together to solve this ancient puzzle.
When we sit down to solve a jigsaw puzzle, there’s always one thing we take for granted: the picture on the box. Without that point of reference, we’d be pulling our hair out, trying and failing to rebuild a jumbled pile of miscellaneous pieces.
The Pritzker Prize-winning architect leaves behind a legacy of radical, high tech designs and four decades with his practice, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.
We reflect on a big year for long-form stories on It’s Nice That and pull together 25 of the most popular stories for you to peruse.
As the individuals who create systems and visualise our culinary choices, do designers have a responsibility to turn the tables on the food industry and lead us to a place where our consumption no longer negatively impacts the planet?
Fantastically specific and endlessly fascinating, To Have and to Hold is now becoming a gargantuan 500-page book collating all the paper bags that the graphic designer has collected.