Airlines safety improves through automobile solutions

The de Havilland Comet, the world’s first commercial jet airliner, was launched in 1952. Tragically, within a year of its entry into service, the aircraft experienced a series of highly publicized accidents, with three Comets lost due to catastrophic mid-flight mishaps, resulting in significant loss of life. The Comet’s engineering

Copenhagen harbor bath’s trend setting innovation splash

Once upon a time in the heart of Copenhagen, where the echoes of an industrial past lingered, a visionary team embarked on a quest to transform a forgotten harbor into a pulsating hub of life and laughter. It wasn’t just about reshaping concrete and steel; it was a journey fueled

Apple’s design thinking inspired by Picasso

Apple has religiously embodied the notion that function and beauty come from elegant simplicity, and teachers in its internal training program sometimes point to a collection of Picasso lithographs that artfully illustrate the drive to boil down an idea to its most essential components. That drive can be seen in