Hodgetts + Fung used 16mm thick felt across the ceiling of the auditorium at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in an undulating plane to absorb sound. Suspended from an aluminum truss system and slit in a geometric pattern to create air pockets, the felt is attached to a polypropylene grid with vinyl upholstery buttons.
This Microsoft ad paints a terrifying future where employees are working literally 24 hours a day - The Washington Post
A visualization of political polarization in the United States House of Representatives, by Clio Andris, David Lee, Marcus J. Hamilton, Mauro Martino, Christian E. Gunning, John Armistead Selden, in PLOS ONE
Kerria lacca is a species of scale insect of the family Kerriidae. It is most well known as one of the primary species of lac insects; they are raised for the production of lac, a commercially important scarlet substance that is used for dyeing wool and silk, in cosmetics, food glazes, wood finishing varnishes and polishes such as French polish, and as a traditional medicinal drug. Kerria lacca insects inhabit trees in colonies of thousands and secrete the resinous substance.