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The Mutant Chandeliers Taking Over Interior Design

Lindsey Adelman is an industrial designer best known for her elaborate chandeliers. Her fixtures, which cost anywhere from $5,000 to $165,000, are sold around the world. Bloomberg toured Adelman's Manhattan studio, where all of the lights are assembled by hand. (Video by Jennafer Savino, Justin Beach (Source: Bloomberg)

Rocket Scientists Are Inventing a New High Heel

April 29 -- Dolly Singh is the founder and CEO of Thesis Couture, a fashion-technology company working to reinvent the stiletto. She spoke with Bloomberg about the benefits of hiring astronauts and rocket scientists to create the world’s first “high performance, high fashion” high heels. Singh was a speaker at the Bloomberg Businessweek Design Conference and is featured in Bloomberg Businessweek's 2015 Design Issue. (Video by Jennafer Savino, Amy Marino)

Designing the Skyscraper of Tomorrow

April 28 -- Bjarke Ingels, creative director of BIG, has developed a reputation for designing buildings that are as technically innovative as they are cost and resource-conscious. He spoke with Bloomberg about the positive benefits sustainable infrastructure can have on society and city life. Ingels spoke at the Bloomberg Businessweek Design Conference and is featured in Bloomberg Businessweek's 2015 Design Issue. (Corrects name.) (Corrects Headline, Changed to Clarify) (Video by Jennafer Savino, Justin Beach)

How Nanorobots Will Help Us Fight Cancer

April 30 -- Shawn Douglas, professor at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), presented at the Bloomberg Businessweek Design Conference, and is featured in Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2015 Design Issue. He spoke to Bloomberg about his innovative cancer treatment research, using nanorobots. (Video by Jennafer Savino, Victoria Blackburne-Daniell.)

Inside Businessweek's Design Issue

Behind the scenes of the making of this week's magazine cover with Creative Director Tracy Ma and Director of Photography Clinton Cargill.

The Most Thrilling Cars From the 2015 Geneva Motor Show
Exotic, exclusive and expensive are all words sure to be heard in abundance at this year’s Geneva International Motor Show, as the biggest names in automotive excellence show off their latest machines. Supercars in all their glory will be front and center, with Koenigsegg exhibiting its new Agera RS and Bugatti offering up 'La Finale,' the last of its Veyron line at the show, which runs from March 5-15

Chinese Billionaire Takes On Musk With Electric-Car Reboot

With a new name and financial backing from Chinese billionaire Lu Guanqiu, electric-car maker Fisker Automotive Inc. has a shot at life after death. The company is changing the Fisker name to Karma, which is also the name of its $115,000 plug-in hybrid coupe. Karma the company is trying to alter its fate after it failed to repay $139 million in U.S. government loans and filed for bankruptcy. With Lu’s backing, California-based Karma now has 300 employees. Karma the car plans to relaunch next year.


The Ornate Secrets Inside Japan’s Seiko Masterpieces

High watchmaking isn't reserved for the Swiss. Japan has been crafting some of the world's best timepieces for well over a century, and today, Credor (a division of Seiko) is making the very best Japan has to offer. The watches at the top of Credor's lineup are the Spring Drive Minute Repeater and the Eichi II. They couldn't be more different: The former is an ornate creation that chimes the time, and the latter is a restrained watch that gives only hours, minutes, and seconds. Here's an inside look at both.