All too often in business we talk about needing a fresh perspective, only to spend our time sitting in the same meeting rooms talking about the same ideas with the same people.
Christchurch designer Wendy Jerard features in Jessica Minh Anh’s J Spring Fashion Show 2015 on the Hudson River, New York.
Jason Saunders, the creative director at Auckland-based graphic design company Everything Design, has caught the attention of the folks at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, where a piece of his work is to be featured as part of an upcoming exhibition.
While New York’s subway is a fast-paced, gritty and crowded experience, Alexander Chen has opted to turn it into something quite musical with his interactive subway map creation.
Middle management in a large Connecticut bakery wasn't Helen Klisser During's dream job, but she knew what she was doing—priming for her return to Godzone and her parent's company, Vogel's. But when Vogel's was suddenly sold, she reinvented her future as curator and art advisor to New York's elite.
Where might you expect to find Guastavino arches and skylights, coloured glass tile work, and brass chandeliers? It might not sound like a description befitting of an underground New York subway station, but that description about sums up New York City’s famous City Hall Station. But to get there, you need to be in the know.
Derek and Geoff Handley created The Hyperfactory, a high-tech Kiwi business that competes with the world’s best, and in July they sold it for megamillions. Mitchell Hall asks what they’ve learned about entrepreneurship and dreaming big—and why New Zealand needs more like them. Plus: An investor speaks.
Fancy having your design work displayed on a billboard in New York’s Time Square? That could be a reality thanks to an international competition by Tivoli Audio, who is seeking designers, illustrators, and photographers from around the world to prepare a poster to celebrate their 10th anniversary.
If you visit New York, you won’t find many people swimming in the Hudson River, but soon enough, you may just be able to find water enthusiasts splashing about in a custom built pool that floats in the river itself. + Pool is an initiative by a group of architects and designers to build a floating pool in the rivers of New York City.
In New York stalled construction sites lay strewn across the city thanks to the hard bite of the recession. So what’s a cash-strapped construction company to do? Architecture firm Woods Bagot propose a novel solution with their temporary, inflatable buildings called ‘Icebergs’. Fast Company’s Cliff Kuang explores further….