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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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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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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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Legendary Architect Moshe Safdie Unveils Indoor Bio-Dome for Singapore’s Changi Airport

Legendary Architect Moshe Safdie Unveils Indoor Bio-Dome for Singapore’s Changi Airport

Known as Project Jewel, the donut-shaped glass and steel structure will house five stories of shopping and entertainment, crowned by a lush indoor garden on the top floor. In the middle of the garden

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Massive Supertyphoon Neoguri Pummels Southern Japan

Massive Supertyphoon Neoguri Pummels Southern Japan

The first supertyphoon of 2014 is sweeping across Japan, bringing violent waves and devastating 150 mph winds. Areas have been evacuated and airports closed as the storm landed on the southern islands of

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Scientists Create Ultra-Efficient Solar Powered Fuel Cells for Capturing and Converting Carbon

Scientists Create Ultra-Efficient Solar Powered Fuel Cells for Capturing and Converting Carbon

Clean technology researchers just killed two birds with one stone by coming up with a new way to capture carbon dioxide and turn it into useful chemical compound via solar energy. In collaboration with

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Amazing Costa Rican Hotel Made from an Old Airplane Takes Flight

Amazing Costa Rican Hotel Made from an Old Airplane Takes Flight

The airplane was transported piece by piece from the San Jose airport to its current resting place on a pedestal 50 feet above the beach. It looks a bit like a model airplane on a stand, and we can only

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Australia’s Proposal to Strip Rainforest of Heritage Status is Rejected by the UN

Australia’s Proposal to Strip Rainforest of Heritage Status is Rejected by the UN

Environmentalists everywhere (not to mention the planet itself) can breathe a huge sigh of relief, as the UN just rejected a bid by Australia to revoke the heritage status of Tasmania’s rainforest.

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How Climate Change Could Deliver Sewage to Your Doorstep

How Climate Change Could Deliver Sewage to Your Doorstep

It’s widely acknowledged that climate change is putting humanity’s future in some deep doo-doo, but now it’s getting literal. Grist.org reports that rising sea levels and massive storms associated

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Powerful Images from the Frontline of West Africa’s Devastating Ivory Trade

Powerful Images from the Frontline of West Africa’s Devastating Ivory Trade

Morgan spent time with rangers, documenting their personal lives and then traveling with them on patrol. He quickly began to realize that there is in fact no "frontline" in this brutal battle, which has

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Heathrow Airport’s New Terminal 2 Opens Today at 10% Capacity

Heathrow Airport’s New Terminal 2 Opens Today at 10% Capacity

Following the opening of Terminal 5 designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners in 2008, Heathrow has continued with a redevelopment plan funded by over $18 billion from private investors over the

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Solar Impulse 2 Airplane Launches Successful Maiden Flight in Switzerland

Solar Impulse 2 Airplane Launches Successful Maiden Flight in Switzerland

Swiss aviation pioneers Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg just took an important step toward their 2015 goal of flying around the world on a solar-powered aircraft with the successful maiden flight

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Gehry Unveils Philadelphia Art Museum Renovation and Expansion Masterplan

Gehry Unveils Philadelphia Art Museum Renovation and Expansion Masterplan

The masterplan includes the existing museum building, from the east entrance facing Center City to the west entrance overlooking the Schuylkill River. Most of the changes planned for the existing building

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DIY: Backyard Composter from a Garbage Can + What Can Be Tossed Into It

DIY: Backyard Composter from a Garbage Can + What Can Be Tossed Into It

Many cities around the world now have composting programs so household food scraps and garden clippings can be mulched rather than ending up in landfills. This is a great practice, but there are also a

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Moment Factory Unveils Trippy ‘Multimedia Eco System’ in LAX’s New Terminal

Moment Factory Unveils Trippy ‘Multimedia Eco System’ in LAX’s New Terminal

The impressive media installation is the largest immersive multimedia system of any airport in North or South America. With the principal focus on providing passengers with an engaging cinematic

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China Unveils Plans to Build an 8,000-Mile High-Speed Underwater Railway Line to America

China Unveils Plans to Build an 8,000-Mile High-Speed Underwater Railway Line to America

It sounds like an April Fool's joke, but from what we can tell, the Chinese government is completely serious about their latest high speed rail project. According to multiple news outlets, China plans to

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The Currents: World’s Tallest Indoor Living Wall Sprouts in Quebec City

The Currents: World’s Tallest Indoor Living Wall Sprouts in Quebec City

Green Over Grey, who has completed a number of other large vertical garden installations like the one in the Edmonton Airport, was in charge of the design for The Currents. "According to our research,

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Zipcar Announces New One-Way Trips with the 2015 Honda Fit

Zipcar Announces New One-Way Trips with the 2015 Honda Fit

Since Zipcar's car-sharing service was introduced, one of the biggest drawbacks has been that you have to return the vehicle back to the original pickup spot - making one-way trips impossible. The company

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Records Show That 1,600 Protected Birds Were Shot and Killed at JFK Airport Over Past Five Years

Records Show That 1,600 Protected Birds Were Shot and Killed at JFK Airport Over Past Five Years

Records show that more than 1,600 protected birds such as snowy egrets, red-winged blackbirds and American kestrels were shot over the past five years at JFK airport in Queens, New York. The creatures

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Unique Elliptical Skylight Naturally Illuminates Portugal’s Sophisticated Pó House

Unique Elliptical Skylight Naturally Illuminates Portugal’s Sophisticated Pó House

The low, rectangular design stems from the architect's desire to take maximum advantage of the solar exposure, while simultaneously minimizing impact on the surrounding environment. The architects took

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Grimshaw Architects Unveils Geometric & Airy Plans for the Istanbul Grand Airport

Grimshaw Architects Unveils Geometric & Airy Plans for the Istanbul Grand Airport

Istanbul Grand Airport was designed by Grimshaw Architects, the Nordic Office of Architecture and Haptic Architects, who were appointed by a Turkish consortium of Cengiz, Kolin, Limak, MAPA and Kalyon.

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Hybrid Skylys Flying Car is an Electric Vehicle, Helicopter and Plane Rolled Into One

Hybrid Skylys Flying Car is an Electric Vehicle, Helicopter and Plane Rolled Into One

The dream of flying cars dates back to the 1960s when the animated series "The Jetsons" envisioned a future where these airborne vehicles dominate the sky. In the past few years the flying car concept has

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7 Most Amazing Slides Around the World

7 Most Amazing Slides Around the World

Slides are one of those playground staples that never seem to go out of style, no matter what age we are. Whether they're used as a fun way to spice up an office environment or were naturally built into

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JakToGo Jacket Helps Airline Passengers Dodge Baggage Fees

JakToGo Jacket Helps Airline Passengers Dodge Baggage Fees

Hefty baggage fees are one of the worst parts about air travel--one pound over the limit and you could be out $100. That's why engineer John Power invented JakToGo, a wearable solution to help airline

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6 Awesome Repurposed Silos From Around the World

6 Awesome Repurposed Silos From Around the World

Some of the most beautiful designs we've seen over the years include stunning renovations of decommissioned industrial buildings. The most successful among these manage to keep the patina and grungy feel

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3,280 Sq Ft Rooftop Garden Tops Impressive Solar-Powered Syd Energi HQ in Denmark

3,280 Sq Ft Rooftop Garden Tops Impressive Solar-Powered Syd Energi HQ in Denmark

The building’s innovative treatment of acoustic insulation and its economic energy consumption are coupled with a stunning design that creates a great working environment for the company’s employees.

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INTERVIEW: Ed Mazria, Founder of Architecture 2030 Introduces the 2030 Palette

INTERVIEW: Ed Mazria, Founder of Architecture 2030 Introduces the 2030 Palette

Ed Mazria is the influential environmental architect behind the 2030 Challenge, which aims to eliminate the use of fossil fuels in new construction, and to cut the use of fossil fuels in existing

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It’s Official! San Francisco Bans Bottled Water on City Property

It’s Official! San Francisco Bans Bottled Water on City Property

In a permanent extension of a 2007 law, San Francisco has made it illegal for the City to buy or distribute plastic water bottles. Bottled water contributes to massive amounts of litter and plastic waste

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World’s Largest Ghost City Lies 98% Abandoned After Failed Real Estate Investments

World’s Largest Ghost City Lies 98% Abandoned After Failed Real Estate Investments

When coal was discovered in the Northern Chinese city of Ordos 20 years ago, it underwent a massive boom that was expected to create a wealthy city of one million people, but now it's home to a mere

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Barkow Leibinger Wins Bid to Design Berlin’s Tallest High-Rise

Barkow Leibinger Wins Bid to Design Berlin’s Tallest High-Rise

Located in the heart of Berlin, the Estrel Hotel hosts the largest combined convention, entertainment, and hotel complex in Europe. To prepare for the 2016 opening of Berlin’s newest airport, developers

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