The MuseumQuarter in Vienna commissioned PPAG Architects to design a sandpit for children in their inner courtyard. The designers then teamed up with Simon Oberhammer and Stefanie Meyer to develop a
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We love treehouses here at Inhabitat, and are enamored with eco-architect Mitchell Joachim's visionary ideas about how to grow living treehouses from ficus molded around frame structures. We've covered
Check out the 6 Creepiest Buildings for a Frightful Halloween: GEOtube is a Building That Grows its Own Weblike Saline Skin Ancient London Crypt Resurrected as a Creepy Contemporary Art Gallery Wim
Mitchell Joachim and his team at Terraform 1 are provocateurs of the built environment that excel at dreaming up new ways of building and getting around. Their recycled Creatureama installation explores
John Muir once called a redwood grove his cathedral. Similar in vein, De Groene Kathedraal (translated as the Green Cathedral) is an organic copy of the famed Notre Dame, and is very much in
Solar-powered floating neighborhoods, lush water-cleansing oyster beds, buoyant moveable green spaces -- these are just a few of the innovative and intriguing designs submitted to the 2011 Terreform ONE
Houses made from mushrooms used to be for smurfs — but the creative folks at Terreform One and Planetary One intend to create real houses from the prodigious plant. They are developing a new breed
The massive arch is 800 meters across or the length of the Burj Khalifa building set on its side. The principle was to build a large building without disrupting the skyline of a midsized city.
New York City, much like any big city, disposes of a lot of trash -- but what if that trash could be used in a constructive manner? NYC-based architects Terreform have proposed a new form of construction
PRATT MANHATTAN GALLERY PRESENTS THEORETICAL AND INNOVATIVE EXHIBITION ON URBAN STREET DESIGN Exhibition to Document Young Designers Working to Develop Street Furniture for Bronx Community-Led
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