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Here's the right way to crack your kindling, as invented by a New Zealand teenager.

We’re calling it: invention of the year.

Ever wanted to sleep in the otherworldly bedroom from 2001: A Space Odyssey? We have good news – provided you can get yourself to this L.A. art show.

Ever wanted a chorus of birds to coo you awake, but without the hassle of living in an aviary? There is, as they say, an app for that. 

The Brutalist Colouring Book

Friday March 17, 2017

Brutalist architecture isn’t exactly known for its broad colour palette. But that’s what makes the Brutalist Colouring Book so enticing. 

A new competition challenges architects to create science fiction-esque buildings – and modern fairytales to accompany them.

This moving, topographical map of the Grand Canyon was built using 500-year-old technology. And we like it very much.

This take on the old mobile phone game explains philosophy using one (very pixelated) snake.

Mad Men, Parks and Rec, Brooklyn 99 and more get the 3D floor plan treatment.

After a huge misunderstanding, plans to build this massive Frank Lloyd Wright chapel were scrapped. Now a Spanish architect is breathing new life into them.