Photo: M. Scott Brauer
Summer 2019

Labor Intensive

Jason Jackson connects urban planning, future of work

Caitlin Mueller uses robotic 3-D printing to test architectural designs for non-standard elements, such as these culled tree limbs used to build a trellis. Photo: Alan Silfen
Summer 2019

Building Bridges

Caitlin Mueller uses digital tools to link architecture, engineering

García-Abril and his partner, Débora Mesa (pictured far left), live with their children in Brookline, Massachusetts, in a prefabricated home of their own design. Photo: Artemio Fochs Navarro
Winter 2019

Stones and Beams

Ensamble Studio’s Antón García-Abril challenges basic notions about how (and where) buildings can be made

Sarah Womble, Omar Ebrahim, and Jesse Darden in Schoenberg in Hollywood, in November 2018 at Boston Lyric Opera. Photo: Liza Voll Photographary/courtesy of BLO.
Winter 2019

Composing History

Tod Machover turns to the past—and a fellow composer—for inspiration

Wood was a panelist at 2017 (pictured) and 2018 MIT Media Lab events titled “Beyond the Cradle: Envisioning a New Space Age.” Photo: David Silverman
Fall 2018

Down to Earth

How can technologies invented for space advance sustainable development goals?

Illustration of human spine courtesy of MIT Bioelectronics Group, led by Polina Anikeeva.
Spring 2018

To Your Health

From head to toe, MIT remedies for what ails us