Science says that running reinforces the joints. But why do so many runners get hurt? Because they rush into the discipline without proper athletic preparation (if you running to lose weight, for instance, is not a good idea). The advice of an expert.
Flexible, sustainable, resistant. Many architects choose wood to build skyscrapers and residential complexes. A (sustainable) road in which Italy has been a trailblazer. But then…
From books to TV series, tiny houses are a dream for many, stirred by the desire for urban nomadism and a “less is more” lifestyle. But life in an XXS home is not everyone’s cup of tea. And here is why (and the answer has got to do with design)
It takes little to fall into Love Addiction. That sounds romantic, but isn’t. Just as it is not love. Here’s how to get out of it
Platform owners make millions while workers are exploited. Can collaborative platforms design a fairer future for the sharing economy workers?
Passion doesn’t last. And to save a marriage it helps to invest time and creativity in love. How much? And how should we go about it?.
Are some interiors better for kids than others? Do they fell and grow better in a minimalist house or in a home full of memories and decorations? The experiences of designers and architects who grew up in special homes (and how they now, as parents, make their spaces child-friendly).
Biodesign is the 21st century equivalent of interfaces, virtual worlds and videogames: the discipline that makes it possible to create new responsive design solutions by manipulating organisms such as plants, bacteria and cells, as well as to envisage new living creatures through Dna manipulation.
Beloved or hated, maths is the subject with which everyone has to “deal” because it allows you to read social behavior behind the myriad of data that the network collects every day. Understanding it (especially in its potential dark sides, see box with an interview with Cathy O’Neil) is not a nerd thing but a necessity also for those involved in politics, human rights, climate change, ecology.
Immersive videogames, experimental layouts, participative activities. Italian museums have become more involving and interactive (but not only digitally) and the public loves them: in 2016 they were the most visited in Europe. Their new challenge? Generating social value beyond the mere economic one.