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Inversion: Steven Holl Unveils LED-lit Sculptures Carved from 21 Million-Year-Old Stone for Milan Design Week

Inversion: Steven Holl Unveils LED-lit Sculptures Carved from 21 Million-Year-Old Stone for Milan Design Week

Steven Holl Architects has an incredible installation planned for Milan’s Interni Hybrid Architecture Exhibition. Called INVERSION, the installation consists of six void-cut limestone sculptures made

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Amsterdam’s Newly Renovated Rijksmuseum Shines With 750,000 LED Lights

Amsterdam’s Newly Renovated Rijksmuseum Shines With 750,000 LED Lights

The Seville, Spain-based firm Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos, who won the international design competition for the expansion in 2001, have transformed the old 19th century building into a modern exhibition

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Climate Change is Greening the Arctic and That’s Not a Good Thing

Climate Change is Greening the Arctic and That’s Not a Good Thing

Image via Shutterstock Normally news about greening spaces has a positive connotation, but when it comes to the Arctic, a greener landscape is not a good thing. Researchers published new projection

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Facebook Gets Approval for Green-Roofed Frank Gehry-Designed Menlo Park Campus

Facebook Gets Approval for Green-Roofed Frank Gehry-Designed Menlo Park Campus

Facebook's green-roofed, Frank Gehry-designed campus was just given the green light by the city of Menlo Park. Submitted for approval last fall, the campus will connect with the company's current

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Poverty-Stricken Haiti to Plant Millions of Trees, Aims to Double Forest Coverage by 2016

Poverty-Stricken Haiti to Plant Millions of Trees, Aims to Double Forest Coverage by 2016

Photo via Shutterstock Haiti's hills were once lined with lush greenery - but now it's 98 percent bereft of plant coverage, making it one of the least forested nations on earth. To address the issue

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Centre Pompidou Mobile: Paris Art Museum Goes Nomad in a Traveling Pop-Up Prefab Space!

Centre Pompidou Mobile: Paris Art Museum Goes Nomad in a Traveling Pop-Up Prefab Space!

Lightweight and easily transportable, Centre Pompidou Mobile is an ephemeral building that is currently touring cities in France. Taking inspiration from the circus, the mobile museum consists of three

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CA Modern Home Tour: The Hidden Details of John Lautner’s Incredible Elrod House

CA Modern Home Tour: The Hidden Details of John Lautner’s Incredible Elrod House

When interior designer Arthur Elrod first approached the architect John Lautner about building a new home on two recently purchased lots, Lautner answered that he would take on the task if, and only

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115 Million-Year-Old Flying Dinosaur Named for 5-Year-Old Discoverer

115 Million-Year-Old Flying Dinosaur Named for 5-Year-Old Discoverer

There are undoubtedly millions of kids around the world who love dinosaurs, but there are far fewer who explore remains and fossils themselves. However in 2009, then 5-year-old Daisy Morris was walking

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Discovery of “Corrosive” Concrete Halts Construction of China’s Tallest Building

Discovery of “Corrosive” Concrete Halts Construction of China’s Tallest Building

Several major construction sites in Shenzhen, China have been temporarily closed due to reports of the use of cheap, unsafe and corrosive concrete. A public investigation revealed that several developers

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Twelve Architects Announced in Competition to Build New Home for the Nobel Prize

Twelve Architects Announced in Competition to Build New Home for the Nobel Prize

Once a year, the whole world looks to the Nobel Center in Stockholm, Sweden to announce the Nobel Prizes. The center recently announced plans to relocate to a new building, and out of 140 architects, 12

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Announcing the $1000 Grand Prize Winner of the LightCollector Photo Contest!

Announcing the $1000 Grand Prize Winner of the LightCollector Photo Contest!

Drumroll please..... After six weeks of submissions and an intense judging period, we're thrilled to finally announce the winner of the LightCollector Photo Contest! We called upon designers,

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The Blue Planet: Europe’s Largest Aquarium Opens This Weekend in Copenhagen

The Blue Planet: Europe’s Largest Aquarium Opens This Weekend in Copenhagen

The Blue Planet is the newest version of the Denmark Aquarium in Copenhagen dating back to 1939. Located on the shores of Øresund, the aquarium has a picturesque view of the sea and convenient access to

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Toyo Ito Awarded 2013 Pritzker Prize!

Toyo Ito Awarded 2013 Pritzker Prize!

The Pritzker Prize jury, which included Lord Peter Palumbo, an internationally known architectural patron of London, and renowned architects Glenn Murcutt, Yung Ho Chang, Juhani Pallasmaa and Alejandro

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Iconic “La Miniatura” Millard House Hits the Market for $4.5 Million in Pasadena, California

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Iconic “La Miniatura” Millard House Hits the Market for $4.5 Million in Pasadena, California

The Millard house is one of five concrete block homes constructed by Wright in Southern California — others include the Hollyhock House, the Freeman House (under the care of USC), the John Storer House

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London’s Battersea Power Station Reinvented with a Wraparound Rollercoaster and High-Flying Walkway

London’s Battersea Power Station Reinvented with a Wraparound Rollercoaster and High-Flying Walkway

The studio's concept was awarded first prize in ArchTriumph competition to find innovative, new ways the crumbling brick landmark could be used as an exhibition center dedicated to architecture. The

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BIG Selected to Develop the Master Plan of the Smithsonian Institute Campus

BIG Selected to Develop the Master Plan of the Smithsonian Institute Campus

Danish architect Bjarke Ingels is known for designing modern, unconventional buildings, so it comes as a bit of a surprise to learn that Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has been selected to redesign

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LEGO Soon to Get the “Best Museum EVER” by BIG and RAA

LEGO Soon to Get the “Best Museum EVER” by BIG and RAA

LEGO building blocks may arguably be the best toy ever – and they’ll soon be getting the “best museum ever”! Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), the Danish starchitecture firm, and Ralph

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Schwartz Besnosoff & SO Architecture Unveil Plans For Jerusalem’s New Museum of Nature and Science

Schwartz Besnosoff & SO Architecture Unveil Plans For Jerusalem’s New Museum of Nature and Science

According to the architects, the new Museum of Nature and Science in Jerusalem will be an open structure capable of communicating with the surrounding environment. It will consist of a series of

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Snohetta’s San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Expansion to Break Ground this Summer

Snohetta’s San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Expansion to Break Ground this Summer

The sloped expansion will be fifty feet higher than the neighboring Botta building and will be accessible from two sides, aligning with the new Transbay Transit Center under construction two blocks away

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BIBLIO-Centrum: A Green-Roofed Solar-Powered Library for Helsinki’s City Center

BIBLIO-Centrum: A Green-Roofed Solar-Powered Library for Helsinki’s City Center

BIBLIO-Centrum - from the Greek word for book and the Latin word for center – is a cultural hub designed by Dinkoff Architects to unite several of Helsinki's most prominent facilities: Parliament, the

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LAST DAY TO VOTE: Vote for Your Favorite Images in the LightCollector Photo Contest!

LAST DAY TO VOTE: Vote for Your Favorite Images in the LightCollector Photo Contest!

LAST DAY TO VOTE! We've received over 300 incredible light-inspired photographs in our LightCollector photography contest over the past few weeks, and we've been calling on you to vote for your

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Delhi University Students to Harness Wind Energy Produced by Metro Trains

Delhi University Students to Harness Wind Energy Produced by Metro Trains

Students of the Kalindi Colege at Delhi University have received approval to pilot a project that will use the high-speed winds generated by metro trains to produce energy. The team of 10 students and two

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Cardborigami Pop-Up Shelters Create Instant Space for Homeless and Festival-Goers

Cardborigami Pop-Up Shelters Create Instant Space for Homeless and Festival-Goers

Hovesepian’s origami-inspired shelter has made waves at shows like Dwell on Design, Open Borders, and the “Hobos to Street People” exhibition at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum. The shelter

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INTERVIEW: Gensler’s Irwin Miller on Sustainable Architecture and Opportunity Green

INTERVIEW: Gensler’s Irwin Miller on Sustainable Architecture and Opportunity Green

Gensler has more than 3,000 professionals in 41 locations around the world, and together they have managed to make quite an impact with sustainable architecture. Granted, not every architecture firm

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Enormous Beehive Made of Recycled Plastic Bags Dangles at Rome’s Museum of Contemporary Art

Enormous Beehive Made of Recycled Plastic Bags Dangles at Rome’s Museum of Contemporary Art

In the 16th century, Italy produced Michelangelo and the Sistine Chapel, but now many of the world's art museums are filled with trash. Not any old trash, mind you. Pascale Marthine Tayou's latest

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New Rammed Earth Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center Introduces Travelers to Green Design

New Rammed Earth Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center Introduces Travelers to Green Design

Unlike most welcome centers and rest areas, the new Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center really encourages visitors to get out of their cars and stretch their legs. The entire site covers more than 26 acres

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Antwerp’s Towering MAS Museum Boasts Astonishing City Views From its Corrugated Glass Windows

Antwerp’s Towering MAS Museum Boasts Astonishing City Views From its Corrugated Glass Windows

Antwerp’s MAS Museum opened its doors back in May 2011. Its name stands for Museum Aan de Stroom, which means Museum on the River. Each of the building’s ten stories is twisted 90 degrees to form a

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Pedro Kok’s Video Shows Beautiful Metropol Parasol In Action in Seville

Pedro Kok’s Video Shows Beautiful Metropol Parasol In Action in Seville

Can't get enough of the Metropol Parasol? Neither can we, and we just love this new video narrative of the urban sculpture. Filmed by Brazilian artist Pedro Kok, the short video produced for Domus shows

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13 Green Design Valentines for the Designers, Architects and Visionaries We Love!

13 Green Design Valentines for the Designers, Architects and Visionaries We Love!

Shigeru Ban Roses are red, Shigeru is the man. We love cardboard architecture & we love Shigeru Ban! Forget Bieber, Gosling and Pitt. When it comes to our crushes, we're absolutely BANanas for

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