Entries by Kiana Fatemi

Once they’re in motion, the seesaws generate harmonious tunes and illumination through their built-in speakers and LED lights.

After three years of meticulous drawing, carving, and printing, their original colour woodblock print Outlook has finally been unveiled.

The Billboard Creative is a nonprofit that takes unused and remnant billboards in Los Angeles, and turns them into public art.

Wooden columns and beams create the framework for future rooms, depending on the client’s lifestyle choices.

ODA New York proposes a Manhattan tower with open-air terraces between floors.

These works are inspired by the same mathematics found in nature, such as the shapes of pinecones and sunflowers.

The Svalbard Global Seed Vault is the spark for artist Kaitlyn Schwalje’s macrophotography project, “Seeds Under Microscope”.

Architecture and nonprofit firms team up to rebuild 50 public schools in areas of Nepal that were devastated by the April 2015 earthquake.

Rising sea levels and a shortage of development sites are leading to a surge of interest in floating buildings.

Mineral crystals grown on thin threads form the shape of a chair in this installation by Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka.