The Best of the FIFA 2014 World Cup for Designers

by novedge June 19, 2014 2 min read

The best posts so far on the FIFA 2014 World Cup for designers and architects. Well, really for everyone who loves art and soccer. Pardon, football.
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The Edge: FOG Studio’s Friendly Modernism

by novedge December 03, 2013 7 min read

After years of working at a large architecture firm, Tiffany Redding and Brandon Marshall quit their day jobs to found FOG Studio, a company based on community and family.
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The Edge: Pablo Garcia’s Architecture Unchained

by novedge October 25, 2013 4 min read

Pablo Garcia, winner of Flying Architecture's contest, Architecture Unchained, talks about the influence movies have on his art and why he is working on a sci-fi project next.
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The Edge: Yuri Alexander’s Shadows

by novedge May 28, 2013 4 min read

Novedge: Tell us a bit about who you are and what you do Yuri Alexander: My name is Yuri Alexander. I'm 28 years old. I live near Seattle, Washington. I live with my wife, 8 month old daughter, and our dog, and I have been focusing on Computer Graphics since 2007, specifically realtime art for games. […]
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The Edge: Ryan Swanson and The Urban Conga

by novedge April 26, 2013 9 min read

Novedge: Tell us a bit about who you are and what you do. Ryan Swanson: My life began in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where I went to high school for architecture. I then moved to Tampa about 7 years ago to attend The University of South Florida School of Architecture and Community Design where I will […]
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The Edge: Juraj Talcik’s Perfect Room.

by novedge March 12, 2013 4 min read

You might have noticed Novedge is undergoing some design changes (check out our new webinar slides!). On this blog, we have been publishing two interviews every week for the past couple of months. This series of interviews is now called The Edge as we talk to people at the edge of knowledge, innovation, new businesses […]
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Meet Jim Newton, Founder of TechShop: “TechShop was created because I wanted my own dream shop”

by novedge March 05, 2013 4 min read

Jim Newton, an uber-DIYer and lifelong maker, created TechShop because he needed a place to build his own inventions. His ideas are now more relevant than ever, so I asked him to share his story and philosophy with us. Novedge: Tell us about yourself and TechShop.  Jim Newton: TechShop is a membership-based workshop and fabrication […]
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