Today, blackouts are scary, for the flashlight prices and cab fares if not the threat of crime. But the great Northeastern Blackout of 1965 was different. This is the unlikely story of one of the biggest blackouts in history.
This tiny hut, designed for Muji by Konstantin Grcic, is as close as you can come to architectural trolling: it is just small enough to avoid needing planning permission from the local government to build in Japan. Cheeky. Read more >>