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Italian architecture firm Stefano Boeri Architetti has designed the world’s first Smart Forest...

26 members of this year's Forbes 400 have a degree from Harvard Business School. GettyGoing to graduate school could boost your earnings—to the tune of billions. Despite a few famous dropouts like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, nearly 80% of the billionaires on this year’s...

A plan to revamp New Delhi’s Central Vista, that houses India’s seat of political power, recommends moving the prime minister’s residence closer to the Rashtrapati Bhawan, a separate building to house PM’s office, a new office complex for MPs and possibly a new Parliament House...

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[ad_1] Under a surreal backdrop of swirling snow, a group of grassroots architectural buffs and dedicated preservationists gather in the soaring 17-story atrium of the James R. Thompson Center on Thursday afternoon. The bustling public space serves a refuge, civic center, and transit...

[ad_1] JAXenter: Hi Emrah and thanks for taking the time for this interview. In your session at the Serverless Architecture Conference, you are speaking about chaos engineering. Can you for starters perhaps explain the basic concept? Emrah: With its most simple definition, chaos engineering is breaking things...