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SOM’s West Palm Beach Concourse is the Third Station for All Aboard Florida’s Rail Network

SOM’s West Palm Beach Concourse is the Third Station for All Aboard Florida’s Rail Network

The new West Palm Beach station for the All Aboard Florida rail network will be located on a 2.5 acre site in the heart of downtown. SOM and Zyscovich Architects made sure to improve connectivity to the

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The Elegant Teshima Art Museum is a Luminous Droplet in the Japanese Countryside

The Elegant Teshima Art Museum is a Luminous Droplet in the Japanese Countryside

The recently finished museum is a part of the Benesse Art Site program, which gave us the Inujima Art Project as well as several other modern art spaces on the south-eastern Japanese islands. The project

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vPPR Architects’ Ott’s Yard is Topped With a Pinwheel Patterned Green Roof!

vPPR Architects’ Ott’s Yard is Topped With a Pinwheel Patterned Green Roof!

Each of the twin triangular houses has its own courtyard, which are complemented with a shared communal space. The geometry of the development is based on a pinwheel arrangement that can also be read in

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Trippy Kaleidoscopic Shipping Container Contains 1,100 Mirrors

Trippy Kaleidoscopic Shipping Container Contains 1,100 Mirrors

The polyhedron installation features the designers’ origami inspired zipper technology from 2007. They used digital 3D modeling tools to design and manufacture 1,100 panels that were then folded into a

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Herzog & de Meuron Unveil Designs for AstraZeneca Headquarters and Courtyard in Cambridge

Herzog & de Meuron Unveil Designs for AstraZeneca Headquarters and Courtyard in Cambridge

Architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron just unveiled their designs for AstraZeneca's new Global R&D Center and Corporate Headquarters based in Cambridge, England. The new £330 million project will

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The Cloak: Fearon Hay Architects Install a Māori-Inspired Green Roof at Auckland International Airport

The Cloak: Fearon Hay Architects Install a Māori-Inspired Green Roof at Auckland International Airport

Fearon Hay Architects were commissioned to design a facility in a developing precinct at Auckland International Airport, on the corner of two recently upgraded streets. The building has a flexible

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Play Time is All the Time at Henning Larsen’s Gorgeous Green-Roofed Day Care Center in Denmark

Play Time is All the Time at Henning Larsen’s Gorgeous Green-Roofed Day Care Center in Denmark

Decidedly minimalist, Henning Larsen chose glass and wood for the Bernts Have day care center commissioned by the municipality of Holbæk. The tall glass windows invite light deep into the building and

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Teepee-Inspired Home Office ‘Nooks’ Double as a Personal Raft

Teepee-Inspired Home Office ‘Nooks’ Double as a Personal Raft

The structures can accommodate more than a few people and can be altered to fit an extra floor about ground level. The designer claims that the Nook can also be used as a raft-type structure thanks to the

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Villa Escudero’s Waterfall Restaurant Lets You Dine at the Foot of the Falls

Villa Escudero’s Waterfall Restaurant Lets You Dine at the Foot of the Falls

The entire villa is in fact a historical plantation surrounded by mountains and coconut trees. Once guests have dried off from their refreshing lunch, they can enjoy numerous local activities such as

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Penda’s Low-Impact Modular Bamboo Hotel Reconnects Visitors with Nature

Penda’s Low-Impact Modular Bamboo Hotel Reconnects Visitors with Nature

To satisfy the competition's three principles, Penda used locally sourced and fast-growing bamboo as the primary building material. Inspired by the minimalist teepees of the nomadic Native American

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Tropical Casa Flotanta Hovers Lightly Above the Pacific in Costa Rica

Tropical Casa Flotanta Hovers Lightly Above the Pacific in Costa Rica

Casa Flotanta is a two bedroom home built on a hillside overlooking the jungle near Puntarenas. Initial designs for the vacation home considered digging into the steep slope and putting up retaining

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Norman Foster’s Grand Canary Wharf Crossrail Station in London is Almost Finished

Norman Foster’s Grand Canary Wharf Crossrail Station in London is Almost Finished

London's Crossrail Station stands by the waters of Canary Wharf's North Dock, just steps away from the underground station -- also designed by Foster & Partners. Its unique design will feature a

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Lundberg Design’s Striking Breur Cabin is Made of Leftover Materials from Five Past Projects

Lundberg Design’s Striking Breur Cabin is Made of Leftover Materials from Five Past Projects

The beautiful Breuer Cabin is filled with natural light coming in from reclaimed steel sash windows taken from at least five different projects. The floors are made from multicolored slate, which doesn't

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Japan’s Namba Parks Has an 8-Level Roof Garden with Waterfalls

Japan’s Namba Parks Has an 8-Level Roof Garden with Waterfalls

Namba Parks was conceived when Osaka Stadium closed down, presenting a great redevelopment opportunity for a new commercial district right next to the Namba Train Station, which is just one stop away from

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Lundberg Design’s Crull House Deflects Solar Gain With a Zinc Roof in Beautiful Napa Valley

Lundberg Design’s Crull House Deflects Solar Gain With a Zinc Roof in Beautiful Napa Valley

The 10,000 square foot house is spread out in four wings, distributing the space so that only half of the house is visible at one time. The master bedroom wing extends over the valley, giving a serene

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GA Collaborative’s Masoro Village Project Builds Community (and Earthbag Homes) in Rwanda

GA Collaborative’s Masoro Village Project Builds Community (and Earthbag Homes) in Rwanda

Emerging from a research project and seeing how low-income areas were not considered for a planned housing program, GA Collaborative began working with Masoro village in 2008 to design housing and public

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Chicago Approves Plan for Urban Agriculture Eco-District to Revitalize Southside Neighborhoods

Chicago Approves Plan for Urban Agriculture Eco-District to Revitalize Southside Neighborhoods

Chicago's Englewood, Washington Park and Woodlawn neighborhoods were once home to a thriving street life, centered around bustling locally-owned businesses and the famous jazz and blues scene of the 1950s

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Starbucks’ First Store in Colombia Serves 100% Locally-Sourced Coffee

Starbucks’ First Store in Colombia Serves 100% Locally-Sourced Coffee

Located near Bogota’s Parque de la 93 in the northern part of the city, the Starbucks is more than just a snazzy place to get a cuppa. Dedicated to locally-sourced goods, materials and most importantly

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Olle Lundberg Combines Raw Steel and Salvaged Cypress in James Beard-Winning Slanted Door Restaurant

Olle Lundberg Combines Raw Steel and Salvaged Cypress in James Beard-Winning Slanted Door Restaurant

Completed in 2004, the contemporary Slanted Door restaurant has developed into one of San Francisco's most popular and highest-grossing dining destinations, as evidenced by its 2014 James Beard award.

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Lundberg Design’s Moss Room Adds a Dramatic Breath of Fresh Air to the California Academy of Sciences

Lundberg Design’s Moss Room Adds a Dramatic Breath of Fresh Air to the California Academy of Sciences

When Lundberg Design was hired to create the restaurant design, the biggest challenge they faced was figuring out how to attract people from the natural-history museum's exciting exhibitions above down to

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Towering Magic Mountain Lodge is a Hill-Like Hobbit Highrise Straight Out of Middle Earth

Towering Magic Mountain Lodge is a Hill-Like Hobbit Highrise Straight Out of Middle Earth

The Lodge sits on a diverse forest region in northern Patagonia and is a base camp at the Hulio Hulio preserve for ecotourists looking to spot a puma or explore the local waterfalls. The hotel is cone

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Why is this Abandoned Warehouse Filled With Live Jellyfish?

Why is this Abandoned Warehouse Filled With Live Jellyfish?

If you go to Liverpool anytime soon, you might encounter a strange sight - a warehouse filled with floating jellyfish. This mesmerizing and otherworldly setting is the work of two London-based artists,

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Lundberg Design Transforms a Historic Palo Alto Church into a Stunning Daylit Office Space

Lundberg Design Transforms a Historic Palo Alto Church into a Stunning Daylit Office Space

The developer that purchased the historic church in Palo Alto commissioned Lundberg Design to convert it into an office space and optimize the existing structure. The plan consisted of two phases – one

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Lundberg Design’s Autodesk Workshop is an Industrial Chic Dream Office on San Francisco’s Waterfront Pier

Lundberg Design’s Autodesk Workshop is an Industrial Chic Dream Office on San Francisco’s Waterfront Pier

Completed in 2013, the Autodesk Workshop's location on a historic pier gave Lundberg Design the opportunity to juxtapose the old, but still active, maritime machinery with the cutting-edge technology in

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Miami’s New Science Museum to Feature an Incredible 500,000 Gallon Gulf Stream Aquarium

Miami’s New Science Museum to Feature an Incredible 500,000 Gallon Gulf Stream Aquarium

http://youtu.be/qxLmYEUC70o Just one of the many displays, the Gulf Stream Tank will be open to the sun and sky and viewable from all five floors of the Museum, which will collect and reuse rainwater.

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La Luge is a Flexible Holiday Home Nestled in the Countryside of Quebec

La Luge is a Flexible Holiday Home Nestled in the Countryside of Quebec

La Luge was designed to celebrate the wonders of winter. The secondary home is made up of two volumes, a dark and a light, that exist on different levels but merge in the middle. The light volume is made

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Foster & Partners’ Beautiful Green Renovation of Berlin’s Old Reichstag Parliament Building

Foster & Partners’ Beautiful Green Renovation of Berlin’s Old Reichstag Parliament Building

The Reichstag opened in 1894 but was severely damaged by a fire in 1933. It was partially restored in the 60s, but the final work by British architects Fosters & Partners was done in 1999, causing it

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Have You Seen the 19th Century Log Cabins Twitter Installed at its San Francisco Headquarters?

Have You Seen the 19th Century Log Cabins Twitter Installed at its San Francisco Headquarters?

Photo: Mark McBride's Twitter feed Employees at Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters now have a chance to tap their creativity inside repurposed 19th century log cabins. Olle Lundberg Design helped

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Green-Roofed Ralph Allen Yard is a Zero Carbon Housing Complex in Historic Bath

Green-Roofed Ralph Allen Yard is a Zero Carbon Housing Complex in Historic Bath

Ralph Allen Yard is located in Combe Down, an area in the southern part of Bath that is well known as the source of the stone from which the city was built. To celebrate this rich history, the mixed-use

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Artist Builds Gorgeous 200-Sq.Ft. House Out of 25,000 Pounds of Salvaged Redwood in Hawaii

Artist Builds Gorgeous 200-Sq.Ft. House Out of 25,000 Pounds of Salvaged Redwood in Hawaii

Nelson has built everything from adorable wooden car campers to airy, multi-story treehouses. Completed just last week and made from salvaged materials, his 200-square-foot house was created in his

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