The Architectural Digest Design Show, which took place in New York City this past weekend, put luxury-brand appliances on display alongside other high-end home goods. Here are some of the products that stood out during the show's 15th year.
Ashley and Khail talk about a new short-term experience in London featuring alcoholic mist you can inhale, a first-of-its-kind electric wheelchair built using Segway guts and a vertigo-inducing hotel room only for the adventurous at heart. #TDBreathe
A design studio in London is launching a six-month installation featuring a cube filled with humidified liquor at the end of July. Even though you can only stay inside long enough to get a little tipsy, we can already hear your liver thanking you.
Architecture students create a geodesic, autonomous eco-sphere; also, a little remote-controlled submarine camera for your aquarium.
Architecture students at University College London call this project "a speculative urban cyber gardener." We call it rolling eco-art!
Subaru will show its 2017 Impreza for the first time at the New York Auto Show later this month. It rides atop a new architecture that will underpin all future Subaru models.
The newly announced Compact Modular Architecture will underpin a range of smaller cars and pave the way for a fully electric model on the horizon.
Technically Incorrect: From the huge doors of Apple Stores to the architecture that generally makes you feel small, Apple shows many characteristics of a clever sect. So says an intellectual.
By using some network architecture that's sick, this rapping code knows the best rhymes to pick.
The chipmaker's Maxwell graphics architecture is twice as energy-efficient and 50 percent faster than its predecessor, Kepler.