Double domed Copagri Pavilion in Milan can be reassembled again and again

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The UK's largest earth sculpture is a gigantic horse leaping across the land

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World’s longest and tallest tunnel slide to be installed on Anish Kapoor's London tower

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This home in rural Ghana was built from rammed earth and recycled plastic

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Fascinating floating city shaped like a manta ray would be 100% self-sustaining

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French architect Jacques Rougerie has envisioned a giant floating city which bears a striking resemblance to a manta ray. He discusses his love for the ocean in an interview, where he calls himself a “mérien,” a term he coined which translates to “one belonging to the sea.” His dream is for likeminded individuals to populate his City of Mériens, to conduct research on the surrounding ocean.

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Monsanto may be to blame for soaring suicide rates among farmers in India

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In India, the suicide rate among farmers is an alarming 47 percent higher than workers in other sectors, and the figures continue to rise year after year. Environmental activists are blaming the deaths on Monsanto, the multinational corporation that has the market cornered on the insecticide-infused crop known as Bt Cotton. The genetically modified cotton contains Bacillus thuringiensis bacterium, from which it gets its name, and Monsanto‘s fierce restrictions concerning the saving and selling of seeds has put an enormous stress on farmers. Read on to learn more about the controversy between Monsanto and environmental activists in India.

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Tres Birds Workshop's Wooden Nests Mimic Bird Habitats in Vail, CO

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Tiny Abod Shelters Provide Humane Housing for Slum Dwellers in Just One Day

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Edith Macefield's famed "Up" house is being saved by a nonprofit

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Earlier this month, we reported the sad news that Edith Macefield’s iconic Seattle home likely faced demolition, after its new owners determined it would be too expensive to renovate as a coffee shop. The bungalow came to share a city block with a shopping center in the downtown neighborhood of Ballard, WA when Macefield, the home’s former owner, refused to sell her property to developers. The now-vacant home, a symbol for anti-corporate struggles, has reportedly been saved from the chopping block and will remain intact, thanks to a yet-to-be-named nonprofit organization.

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Prince Charles turns royal gardens into a woodland playground for grandson Prince George

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Even England’s royalty can’t resist a good treehouse. Prince Charles recently renovated a portion of the Highgrove gardens into a royal woodland playground with a treehouse for his two-year-old grandson, Prince George. The new toddler wonderland is located in The Stumpery, a playground designed by William Bertram for the then five and three-year-old princes, William and Harry. The original design included a thatched roof treehouse, designed for William’s seventh birthday, which has now been relocated and passed down to Prince George.

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UPDATED: Cecil the lion's brother Jericho confirmed to be alive

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While the world is still mourning the loss of Cecil the lion, news circulated that his brother Jericho was killed yesterday by poachers hunting illegally in the park. However, Brent Stapelkamp, the Oxford University researcher tracking the lion, dismissed the erroneous reports of death and confirmed that Jericho is still alive and well. Oxford University tweeted a photo of Jericho earlier today as proof of life.

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Architects 'Turn Around' an Aging Victorian Home to Flood it With Natural Light

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Refuge Tonneau: Cassina's 1930s Pod Home Looks Like a Futuristic Space Shuttle

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Colossal Green Value Farm Flourishes Within a Former Factory in China

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Escape Traveler is a tiny cabin on wheels that can be moved anywhere

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This Brilliant Rekindle Candlestick Turns Melted Wax Into a Fresh New Candle

This Brilliant Rekindle Candlestick Turns Melted Wax Into a Fresh New…

Designer Benjamin Shine has created a brilliant regenerative candle holder that transforms melted wax into a fresh new candle! The Rekindle Candlestick lets users reuse a candle over…

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The SunPort lets you support solar power any time, anywhere

The SunPort lets you support solar power any time, anywhere

A little company called SunPort is launching a crowdfunding campaign that could change the clean energy game in a new way. SunPort is a smart device that looks like an ordinary outlet…

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Cacoon is a hanging tent that lets you get away from it all

Cacoon is a hanging tent that lets you get away from it all

The Cacoon hanging tent is the perfect place to escape from it all. Part hammock, part tent, it's an indoor/outdoor cocoon that can travel wherever you go - even if you never leave your…

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Parasitic pod homes attach to buildings to provide additional housing

Parasitic pod homes attach to buildings to provide additional housing

Since 2010, the number of homeless people 'sleeping rough' on the streets of London has risen 77 percent, according to James Furzer, the architectural assistant at Spatial Design…

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Only four Northern White Rhinos remain on the planet

Only four Northern White Rhinos remain on the planet

Nabire was a 31-year-old Northern White Rhino who called Czech Republic's Dvur Kralove Zoo home until her death, which was announced Tuesday. Nabire suffered from uterine cysts, which…

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