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The Lego House is expected to be completed in 2016 (Image: The Lego Group)

In a curious case of architecture imitating toys which imitate architecture, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has begun construction on the Lego House. Located in Lego's hometown of Billund, Denmark, the building will resemble an oversized Lego structure and is expected to be completed in 2016.  Read More

Otonaroid interacts with the public face-to-face (Photo: Miraikan)

Recent advances in robotics have included machines that can learn by having folks talk to them, or droids capable of reading human emotion. Most still look pretty much like motorized mannequins or variations on the Johnny 5 theme, though. Even advanced humanoid bots like Honda's ASIMO would stand out as distinctly non-human in a police line-up. Such things certainly can't be said of the lifelike (some might even say positively creepy) creations of Osaka University professor Hiroshi Ishiguro. Two of his latest androids have now joined the staff of Tokyo's Miraikan National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, and will act as announcer and science guide for visitors to a new permanent exhibition.  Read More

Renzo Piano Building Workshop has designed a new HQ for the Fondation Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé...

The Renzo Piano Building Workshop has designed a striking new home for the Fondation Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé in Paris. The building is a striking, curved structure that sits snugly between two others. It retains the preserved façade of an older building, which is decorated with sculptures by Rodin.  Read More

The BMW i8 electric sports car

Motorexpo is the world’s biggest free-to-visit car show, with events in London, Toronto and New York. It was first run in Canary Wharf, London, in 1996, with the intention of bringing a new format to the traditional motor show. Gizmag visited the 19th London Motorexpo this week.  Read More

Mark Rothko in front of Panel Two and Panel Three of the Harvard Murals that are to be vis...

Fans of the abstract work of American painter Mark Rothko are in for a treat later this year. Harvard Art Museums has announced a seven-month exhibit called Mark Rothko’s Harvard Murals, set to open in November featuring six panels Rothko made for Harvard in 1961 and 1962, as well as a series of related studies. Besides the opportunity to see works that have not been displayed for more than a decade, visitors will be able to see the murals in a new light, thanks to new digital restoration technology.  Read More

The National September 11 Memorial Museum pavilion, by Snøhetta (Photo: Jeff Goldberg/ESTO...

A dedication ceremony took place at the World Trade Center site yesterday, marking the completion of the National September 11 Memorial Museum before it opens to the general public on May 21. President Obama was in attendance for the ceremony, which honored those killed in both the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and the earlier February 26, 1993 bombing.  Read More

GM's rocket on wheels, the Firebird I XP-21 (1953)  concept designed by Harley J. Earl, Ro...

In looking to the future many automotive designers look to the past for inspiration. This month an exhibit at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta will feature 17 unique European and American concept cars, widely considered to be some of the most influential, forward thinking designs from the past.  Read More

The winners of the 2014 Designs of the Year Awards

The Design Museum in London, UK, has announced the winners of its 2014 Designs of the Year Awards. The designs are judged by a high-profile panel and are presented in seven design categories. One category winner will be go on to be named the overall winner.  Read More

Science and art converge at Meta.Morf

Trondheim in Norway is set to become the stage for some of the most cutting-edge experiments by artists who have turned their focus to the implications of science and technology. Called Meta.Morf – Lost in Transition, the biennale for art and technology is spread across a 30-day program throughout May and includes the work of more than 70 international artists, architects, musicians, writers and researchers from 15 countries.  Read More

Accomplice is an artwork in which artificially intelligent robots gradually destroy a wall

Generally speaking, we use robots to help us build or create things. An artwork on display at the UK's Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (FACT), however, does quite the opposite. Accomplice comprises a number of robots systematically destroying a gallery wall.  Read More

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