Designers Of The Future Photo Essay

London's Sound Taxi, Ai Weiwei's Grass-Mud Horse Style, COMUNE's last ride and more in our look at the web this week

Sight Unseen had a belated look at the catalog accompanying the Design Miami and W Hotels Designers of the Future awardees exhibition in Basel last June, which offers a pictorial glimpse at the three winners’ creative minds—from “food that describes you” to “an everyday item you wish you’d designed.”

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Google's data center, Unknown Pleasures, Steve Jobs in Hell and more in our weekly look at the web

1. Relax Shacks Just outside Boston, self-titled “carpenter, tinkerer and micro-architecturer” Derek Diedrickson builds DIY micro shelters mostly from materials found on the side of the road. Dubbed “Relax Shacks,” these transportable refuges cost less than $100 and can house the homeless or just serve as a comfy space to chill outside. 2. Google Data Center For the first time ever, Google opened the doors …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Philly's new pizza museum, hands-free luggage, horrific pockets and more in our look at the web this week

1. Rain Room One spotlight, 100 square meters, a grid of water spigot panels and an array of cameras enable the profoundly rad experience that is Rain Room. Installed in Barbican’s Curve Gallery in London, the Rain Room uses 3D mapping of moving bodies to give visitors the experience of walking through a rain shower without getting wet. 2. RockMelt for iPad Social web browser …