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Synth[e]tech[e]cology Pollution-Harvesting Skyscraper Extracts Carbon From Petrol Fumes To Make Biofuel

Synth[e]tech[e]cology Pollution-Harvesting Skyscraper Extracts Carbon From Petrol Fumes To Make Biofuel

Synth[e]tech[e]cology was Lee’s diploma project at Royal College of Art in London, for which he won the Student Prize for Architecture at the Academy’s Summer Exhibition. He conceived the project as

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High Speed 2 Unveils England’s Sexy New 225 MPH Bullet Train

High Speed 2 Unveils England’s Sexy New 225 MPH Bullet Train

High Speed 2 Ltd just unveiled the first images of England's new blazing fast 225 mph HS2 bullet train. The proposed £33 billion train network is planned to extend from London and Birmingham to the north

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Leadenhall Building: London’s 224-Meter-Tall “Cheesegrater” Tower Reaches Full Height

Leadenhall Building: London’s 224-Meter-Tall “Cheesegrater” Tower Reaches Full Height

Half of the curtain walling of “the cheesegrater” tower is now complete, with 51% of the structure already pre-leased to companies Aon and Amlin. The Leadenhall Building is owned by British Land and

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1800-Year-Old Chedworth Roman Villa Wins 2013 RIBA Architecture Award

1800-Year-Old Chedworth Roman Villa Wins 2013 RIBA Architecture Award

London-based Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios worked with the National Trust to interpret the archaeology of the Roman remains in a fresh way that protects and exhibits the buildings in the 21st century.

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City Form Lab Unveils Curved, Recyclable Library Pavilion for Singapore Students

City Form Lab Unveils Curved, Recyclable Library Pavilion for Singapore Students

City Form Lab is know for using mathematical formulations to  create structures that require minimal materials, but are structurally sound. SUTD’s pavilion uses a catenary curve formula to create a

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Glass Lab Turns Waste From Local London Businesses Into Beautiful Recycled Products

Glass Lab Turns Waste From Local London Businesses Into Beautiful Recycled Products

Glass Lab is a system for collecting and processing waste glass from small businesses in London. Developed by Royal College of Art student Diana Simpson Hernandez, Glass Lab collects glass waste for free

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Heatherwick Studio Unveils Plans for Lush New River Thames Garden Bridge in London

Heatherwick Studio Unveils Plans for Lush New River Thames Garden Bridge in London

Heatherwick Studio just unveiled plans for a new greenery covered pedestrian bridge to be built across the River Thames in London. Looking like a luscious garden suspended over the water, the bridge will

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Mesmerizing Guangyun Pavilion in China Inspired by London’s Underground Rush Hour

Mesmerizing Guangyun Pavilion in China Inspired by London’s Underground Rush Hour

The Guangyun entrance pavilion was unveiled during the Xi’an International Horticultural Expo in China back in 2011. It frames the main visitor entrance to the expo site with a transparent,

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Our Favorite Green Products from NeoCon 2013

Our Favorite Green Products from NeoCon 2013

Marking its 45th year, NeoCon returned to Chicago this week as North America's largest contract furnishings trade show. Filling sixteen floors of the mammoth Merchandise Mart, architects and designer from

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London Plans a High Line-Style Park for the River Thames

London Plans a High Line-Style Park for the River Thames

London may be getting its own version of the High Line park along the River Thames. The team of Erect Architecture and J&L Gibbons landscape architects were chosen in a competition organized by RIBA

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London’s 2012 Olympic Village to be Transformed into Affordable Housing Units

London’s 2012 Olympic Village to be Transformed into Affordable Housing Units

The greenest building is the one that's already standing, and this week London officials announced that the buildings from the 2012 Olympic Village will be transformed into rental units, and many of them

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Wood Wrapped Beveridge Mews Apartments Provide Flexible Light-Filled Housing

Wood Wrapped Beveridge Mews Apartments Provide Flexible Light-Filled Housing

A new timber-clad social housing project called Beveridge Mews was recently selected as one of the 2013 RIBA national awards for excellence in architecture. Peter Barber Architects organized the eight

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Brilliant Mold-Detecting Fruit Bowl Alerts You to Rotting Fruit Before it Goes Bad

Brilliant Mold-Detecting Fruit Bowl Alerts You to Rotting Fruit Before it Goes Bad

Who hasn't experienced the frustration of picking a piece of fruit out of a bowl only to toss it out because it's covered in a nasty layer of mold? Student designer Jagjit Chodha hopes to put an end to

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INHABITAT INTERVIEW: Waterstudio’s Koen Olthuis on FLOAT!

INHABITAT INTERVIEW: Waterstudio’s Koen Olthuis on FLOAT!

Photocredits: Architect Koen Olthuis - Waterstudio.NL and Pieter Kers FLOAT! is a beautiful volume that explores the world of floating architecture through historic, current, and future developments as

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Peter Zumthor Releases Plans to Replace LACMA with a Circular Solar-Powered Museum

Peter Zumthor Releases Plans to Replace LACMA with a Circular Solar-Powered Museum

Zumthor, who is perhaps best known for designing London's 2011 Serpentine Pavilion, proposes to demolish the existing museum structure originally designed by William Pereira. At 775ft at the thickest part

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Poduhvat’s Contra-Rotating Wind Turbines Could Produce 5 Times More Power

Poduhvat’s Contra-Rotating Wind Turbines Could Produce 5 Times More Power

London-based manufacturer Poduhvat has developed a wind turbine which they claim can produce five times more energy than traditional wind turbines with the same rotor size. The contra-rotating Whetar

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GrowUp’s Aquaponic Urban Farm Produces Sustainable Fish and Vegetables in a Recycled Shipping Container

GrowUp’s Aquaponic Urban Farm Produces Sustainable Fish and Vegetables in a Recycled Shipping Container

Last week London-based GrowUp unveiled their small urban farm, which produces sustainable vegetables and fish through vertical gardening and aquaponics. After successfully raising over £16,000 through a

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Sou Fujimoto’s Nebulous 2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Opens to the Public in London

Sou Fujimoto’s Nebulous 2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Opens to the Public in London

Sou Fujimoto is the 13th—and youngest—architect to be invited to design a summer pavilion for the garden, which will host a variety of events all summer long. Fujimoto's works are known for their play

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Inventor Creates 3D-Printed Prosthetic Robohand

Inventor Creates 3D-Printed Prosthetic Robohand

South African carpenter Richard van As suffered a woodworking accident and lost four fingers on his right hand. But instead of accepting his new disability he decided to create a set of mechanical fingers

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Elegant New Fire Island Pines Pavilion by HWKN is a Timber Resort by the Sea

Elegant New Fire Island Pines Pavilion by HWKN is a Timber Resort by the Sea

The asymmetric Pavilion embraces its temporary nature and utilizes scaffolding as the main structure. The exterior frame is made out of criss-cross timber braces and creates an enclosure which still

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Thomas Poulsom Makes Wonderful North American Birds Using LEGO Bricks

Thomas Poulsom Makes Wonderful North American Birds Using LEGO Bricks

Among Poulsom’s amazing creations made from the famous Danish blocks is Arnie, a flying American robin. Benny is the LEGO image of the black-crested titmouse standing still on a “wooden” branch. A

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Architect Liam Young Imagines a Sci-Fi Future City Under Tomorrow’s Sky

Architect Liam Young Imagines a Sci-Fi Future City Under Tomorrow’s Sky

Liam Young is an independent designer, futurist, critic and curator, and also the founder of Tomorrow's Thoughts Today. Based in London, this imaginative think tank explores fictional near-future

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How Fast and Furious 6 Tried to Reduce its Enormous Carbon Footprint

How Fast and Furious 6 Tried to Reduce its Enormous Carbon Footprint

This weekend, the sixth installment of the ever-popular Fast and Furious franchise roared into US cinemas with its box office-winning combination of fast cars, big biceps and simmering homo-eroticism.

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Hotel Tverskaya Transforms a Disused Building in Moscow with Sleepbox Modules

Hotel Tverskaya Transforms a Disused Building in Moscow with Sleepbox Modules

Sleepbox Hotel Tverskaya was created as affordable accommodation in a prime location close to the Kremlin in Moscow, a heavily visited attraction about one block from the railway station. A cross between

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Light Up Your Walls with Mestyle’s LED-Embedded Wallpaper

Light Up Your Walls with Mestyle’s LED-Embedded Wallpaper

If your walls are looking a bit bland, how about lighting them up with this glamorous LED wallpaper by Mestyle? Spotted at ICFF at during New York Design Week, this innovative application of

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Insane $1.93 Billion Artificial Island With Space Hotel and Zero-Gravity Spa Proposed for Barcelona

Insane $1.93 Billion Artificial Island With Space Hotel and Zero-Gravity Spa Proposed for Barcelona

A soaring zero-gravity space hotel set atop a man-made island might sound like the latest project proposed for Dubai, but Mobilona and designer Erik Morvan plan to construct just such a resort off the

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Spain’s Earthy Espai Ridaura Cultural Center is Topped With a Luscious Green Roof

Spain’s Earthy Espai Ridaura Cultural Center is Topped With a Luscious Green Roof

Espai Ridaura consists of two well-defined volumes that "slide" against one another. The center is made from a mix of local earth, cement and gravel, and its earthy color is due to natural pigments. The

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England’s Essex Wildlife Trust Turns Landfill into 120 Acre Nature Park

England’s Essex Wildlife Trust Turns Landfill into 120 Acre Nature Park

Image© Frank Lumsden In an effort to create a cleaner and greener future, last week the Essex Wildlife Trust officially opened the new Thurrock Thameside Nature Park – a 120 acre reserve built on

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London’s Design Museum to Launch Pop-Up Garden on the Banks of the River Thames

London’s Design Museum to Launch Pop-Up Garden on the Banks of the River Thames

London's Design Museum has formed a new partnership with furniture company Vitra to create a pop-up garden on the banks of the River Thames. The garden will showcase pieces by some of the design world’s

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Green-Roofed House in Sikamino Rises From the Greek Landscape

Green-Roofed House in Sikamino Rises From the Greek Landscape

Located on an elongated field surrounded by olive trees, the House in Sikamino is 195 feet long. The elongated home is set beneath a rhomboid roof, and half of its interiors are located underground. A

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