Project Management Institute

Projects of the Week

  • Pegasus Dream Tour Photo

    The Pegasus Dream Tour

    A gaming startup partners with Paralympic athletes and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to roll out the first Paralympics video game.

  • Samaritaine Photo


    Blending old and new, luxury giant LVMH transforms an iconic Parisian department store into an ultra-glam retail and hospitality destination.

  • Illuminarium Photo


    A new venue promises to fully immerse visitors in communal virtual reality experiences.

  • Sky Pool Swimming Photo

    Sky Pool

    A team navigates uncharted waters to deliver a feat of aquatic architecture that appears to defy physics: the world’s first floating swimming pool.

  • Barbie Loves the Ocean Photo

    Barbie Loves the Ocean

    Mattel’s fashion-forward Barbie doll gets an eco-friendly makeover with a new line made from 90 percent recycled plastic.

  • Nairobi Expressway Photo

    Nairobi Expressway

    A megaproject partnership could pave the way for a smoother commute—and economic growth—in Kenya’s capital.

  • The Forestias Photo

    The Forestias

    A massive mixed-use development in Bangkok could point the way for multigenerational communities of the future.

  • Super Nintendo World Photo

    Super Nintendo World Osaka

    Two iconic brands partner to deliver a tech-fueled, super-immersive amusement park experience.

  • CottonAce App Photo


    A revamped app could help India’s small farms keep their cotton crops safe from insects.

  • Trombia Free Photo

    Trombia Free

    A new eco-friendly autonomous street sweeper is primed to disrupt the sanitation industry—and clean up deadly urban air pollution.

  • Pharaohs’ Golden Parade Photo

    Pharaohs’ Golden Parade

    Neither controversy nor ancient curses could prevent a spectacular procession of ancient mummies in Cairo.

  • Tupungato Volcano Weather Station Photo

    Tupungato Volcano Weather Station

    The government of Chile and the National Geographic Society go to new heights in a search for answers about the country’s megadrought.

  • Regenera América Photo

    Regenera América

    Looking to offset its environmental footprint, Latin America’s biggest e-commerce player aims to restore the region’s most endangered biomes.

  • Hot Heart Photo

    Hot Heart

    Finland’s race to decarbonize heats up with an archipelago of thermal batteries—that will double as a recreational park.

  • Voyager Station Photo

    Voyager Station

    Marking one giant leap for space tourism, a U.S. startup sets out to build an out-of-this-world luxury hotel in low Earth orbit.

  • YWCA Photo

    YWCA Central Massachusetts

    An all-female leadership team leans into positive social impact to reimagine a community hub.

  • Inspiro London Photo

    Inspiro London

    The makeover of an iconic Tube train could make it more sustainable, reliable and accessible—while also providing a much-needed economic boost.

  • Project Taara Photo

    Project Taara

    It shut down Loon, but Alphabet’s X lab has another idea for delivering internet service to areas deemed too difficult to reach.

  • Emasesa Biogas Pilot Photo

    Emasesa Biogas Pilot

    A Spanish city turns its surplus of oranges into green energy.

  • Louvre Conservation Center Photo

    Louvre Conservation Center

    A cache of priceless art goes on the move as a team tries to mitigate the risk of rising water levels.

  • Thinking Hut Photo

    Thinking Hut v1.0

    A school built in under seven days? A team in Madagascar plans to make it happen with 3D printing.

  • The Flaming Lips Concert Bubbles

    Space Bubble Concerts

    The Flaming Lips reimagine live shows for the COVID era—giving concertgoers their very own personal habitats.

  • Mumbai Artist Retreat Photo

    Mumbai Artist Retreat

    An Indian sanctuary offers artists a space to create in nature—and shows a new way to build resiliency into coastal construction projects.

  • LignoSat Photo


    A Japanese logging company teams up with university researchers to develop the first wood satellite.

  • Amphitheatre La Concordia Photo

    Amphitheatre La Concordia

    Government leaders and architects in Bogotá team up to reimagine a plaza—using scaffolding to create a safe community meeting place.

  • Good Meat Photo

    Good Meat

    Eat Just serves up a culinary breakthrough in Singapore: lab-grown chicken.

  • Norsk Pass Photo

    Norsk Pass

    Norway introduces new travel documents that blend style with substance.

  • Aptera Photo


    A U.S. startup reimagines electric cars—using a solar boost and an aerodynamic design to set a new driving range standard.

  • Strap Photo


    Borrowing an idea from autonomous vehicles, a startup uses tech to reenvision how the visually impaired navigate the world.

  • Oceanbird Photo


    With plans for the world’s largest wind-powered freighter, a Swedish shipbuilder is setting off a wave of disruption in the staid maritime biz.

  • Daylight Photo


    Targeted insights and an agile delivery help a startup roll out the first LGBTQ+ banking platform in the U.S.

  • RS No 9 Carnaby Street Photo

    RS No. 9 Carnaby Street

    Pandemic be damned, the Rolling Stones deliver retail satisfaction.

  • Mineral Photo


    Alphabet’s “moonshot factory” uses tech to scale farming in a way that could help stop hunger while being less harmful to the environment.

  • Looop Photo


    Retail behemoth H&M combines automation with sustainability to make a major fashion statement.

  • Project Olympus Photo

    Project Olympus

    A moonshot initiative aims to create an additive construction system for building the first lunar community for humans.

  • Torch Tower Photo

    Torch Tower

    Part of a new plan to reimagine Japan’s historic Tokiwabashi district, the country’s tallest skyscraper is also a showcase for resilience.

  • Paris Aquatics Centre Photo

    Paris 2024 Aquatics Centre

    A new Olympics structure goes for the gold in positive social impact.

  • The Journey of Humanity Photo

    The Journey of Humanity

    U.K. artist Sacha Jafri’s new record-breaking painting could turn into a philanthropic masterpiece.

  • World Memorial to the Pandemic

    World Memorial to the Pandemic

    A coronavirus monument in Uruguay would offer a place to mourn amidst the natural world.

  • Dumat Al Jandal Photo

    Dumat Al Jandal

    A massive windfarm could help transform Saudi Arabia’s oil-based economy.

  • Vogue Hope Arabia Cover Photo

    Vogue Hope

    The legendary magazine shows global collaboration is always in fashion—uniting all 26 editions under one theme.

  • VSZ-20-2 Ventilator Photo

    VSZ-20-2 Ventilator

    A home-grown, no-frills machine lets Mexico’s healthcare system quickly respond to pandemic patient needs.

  • Avenue South Residences Photo

    Avenue South Residences

    Plans for the world’s tallest prefab skyscrapers move forward—with a construction method that allows for social distancing.

  • Roatan Prospera photo

    Roatán Próspera

    A new economic hub—complete with a shapeshifting residential community—aims to position Honduras for the future.

  • Loon Photo


    Alphabet’s new 35-balloon fleet provides Kenya with much-needed internet access.

  • iMASC photo


    A go-to face covering for front-line healthcare workers is reimagined to make it more comfortable—and reusable.

  • malcolm and marie photo

    Malcolm & Marie

    Lights, camera, action: The first film shot during the pandemic keeps the movie biz rolling.

  • Image of Sotheby's Virtual Auction

    Sotheby’s Virtual Auction

    The storied auction house transforms its signature sale into a modern digital spectacle.

  • floating farm poultry

    Floating Farm Poultry

    A Dutch team hatches a plan for a futuristic henhouse on Rotterdam’s waterways.

  • education stadium city

    Education City Stadium

    Qatar’s eco-friendly stadium is built to deliver benefits long after the World Cup.

  • Bassins

    Les Bassins de Lumières

    A French team transforms part of a former submarine base into a larger-than-life art oasis.

  • prvok


    The floating tiny home can be printed in 48 hours.

  • Tianwen-1


    China National Space Administration makes a red planet reprise with its Mars rover mission.