A weekly pack of content I found over the week. Different links that can be interesting for you.
What Most Schools Don’t Teach. That's the title of the article's cover video. Bill Gates (Microsoft), Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), Jack Dorsey (Twitter) and Drew Houston (Dropbox) -amongst others- emphasize the importance of coding in the modern world.
Jason Fried's TED Talk about why work doesn’t happen at work. What things from your work environment influence your productivity in a bad way.
Interactive Architecture —a book by Michael Fox and Miles Kemp. It shows built examples of dynamic and interactive architectural spaces. Spaces that "reconfigure themselves in response to human stimuli."
If you are thinking on starting App Development for iOS or Mac, or are already doing it, here you have 13 Things You Must Know When Starting Out.
Adobe Napoleon and Mighty Project show a new direction for technical drawing, integration with iOS in iPad and iPhone, copying drawing assets from device to device over the air. Seems like Minority Report is coming.
An outstanding Graduate Architecture Design Portfolio of Derek Pirozzi. A former student from the University of South Florida who was awarded on the eVolo 2013 Skyscraper Competition for his Polar Umbrella.
Concurso de Ideas: La vivienda del futuro. International contest of architectural ideas for the dwelling unit of the future —organized by Fundación Eduardo Torroja.