XBerg Towers

We are hard at work these days on our new bleeding edge project in Berlin:
Check it out!


A simple, easy to use, and affordable 3D modeler highly effective for conceptual design and for expressing your ideas directly in 3D, quickly and effectively. Check it out!


Raw Turf™ featuring TURF FEINZ

Ben Fry

Ben Fry is principal of Fathom, a design and software consultancy located in Boston. With Casey Reas of UCLA, he currently develops Processing, an open source programming environment for teaching computational design and sketching interactive media software that won a Golden Nica from the Prix Ars Electronica in 2005. Interesting generic stuff. benfry.com

Aston Martin Virage

I just fell in love. www.astonmartin.com

Bonjour Tristesse

A train departure from Nikhom Rotfai Khomo Sip-et Station

Bentley. GenerativeComponents

GenerativeComponents (GC) enables designers to explore more possibilities, in less time, create better designs and efficiently create and manage complex geometric relationships.

GenerativeComponents enables architects and engineers to pursue designs and achieve results that were virtually unthinkable before.



I can't stop loving it. processing.org

MIKE VALLELY - "Public Domain" (1988)

Mike V's breakout video part from Powell Peralta's "Public Domain." From 1988.

Geometry Gym

Exploring techniques and ideas for design and assessment of structures. Particularly linking Rhino3d with structural analysis programs to assess and explore shape and form. geometrygym.blogspot.com

Lift Architects

Interesting Projects. liftarchitects.com


ParaCloud develop cool tools for parametric design, it enables the development of rich and intricate design with efficiency and speed. Also visit our ParaCloud community at www.paraclouding.com

Stuttgart 21

A project that, in my opinion, is marvellous. I can't understand the big controversy it started in Germany. See Project Homepage

The new Big Thing?

Can't get enough of her ;)

The Great Dictator Speech

Greatest speech ever!

Vague Terrain

Vague Terrain is a web based digital arts publication that showcases the creative practice of a variety of artists, musicians and scholars. The project aspires to apply the focus and methodologies of academic and art journals and the tenacity and specificity of independent record labels to examine contemporary digital culture in an immediate and accessible manner. Content consists of curated visual, audio and written works, and now a companion blog. For better and worse this project is neither peer reviewed nor funded.


The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces

A fascinating study. Epic!

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