In daily life, we are overwhelmed by information. Attention spans are decreasing, and core truths are relative amidst a sea...
Four leading AI thinkers debunk “AI clichés” and discuss diversity, bias, and the role of a designer in instilling responsibility in this time of change.
Throughout the past week, we muted ourselves with the goal of pausing, learning, and listening. We have gathered a living list of resources from our friends in the academic community, our associates, and our partners, and hope that it is helpful to you as well.
The ritual of smell and hearing takes years in order to perfect.
“I believe that Chado helps remind us what the most important things in our life are.” - Ms. Yasuko Takahashi
“I can change your perception of what something tastes like by the way it's described or the context it’s served in.”- Adam Brumberg
How does NASA Physicist Dr. Robert Lang design origami?
Ichi-go Ichi-e is the esteemed Japanese idiom that expresses the fleeting beauty of passing time. Its significance extends to the ritual of Chadō, the Japanese Tea Ceremony.
Immerse yourself in the Russian way of tea. A historic tradition including Lomonosov teacups and handmade Tula samovars.