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Selgas Cano’s Incredible Glass Office Gives Employees a Bug’s Eye View of the Forest Floor

Selgas Cano’s Incredible Glass Office Gives Employees a Bug’s Eye View of the Forest Floor

Photo © Iwan Baan The office takes the form of an aerodynamic tube, with a long window on one wall that extends into part of the ceiling. Acting as both a window and a skylight, the glass wall floods

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Organic Cities: An Adaptive Plan for a Desert Megalopolis in the UAE

Organic Cities: An Adaptive Plan for a Desert Megalopolis in the UAE

Organic Cities is a concept for an addition to the coastline somewhere in the United Arab Emirates that will merge with existing cities to create a more organic megalopolis. The inspiration for the

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Patrick Blanc’s Lush Vertical Garden is a Green Oasis in the Middle of Madrid

Patrick Blanc’s Lush Vertical Garden is a Green Oasis in the Middle of Madrid

In a city warmed by constant sun in the summer, locals are constantly looking for a way for temporary relief from the blistering sun. Blanc’s gorgeous green wall does just that, beckoning visitors to

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SPARE Pendant Light Illuminates 25 Old Incandescent Bulbs With a Single LED

SPARE Pendant Light Illuminates 25 Old Incandescent Bulbs With a Single LED

J.P. Meulendijks's clever SPARE pendant light is made from 25 incandescent light bulbs and a single energy-efficient LED bulb. The LED can be screwed into a light socket, and when the lamp is switched on

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Sasaki’s Master Plan for Minsk, Belarus Turns an Airport Site Into a Vibrant Cultural Hub

Sasaki’s Master Plan for Minsk, Belarus Turns an Airport Site Into a Vibrant Cultural Hub

Founded on state-of-the-art ecological and urban strategies, Sasaki’s urban master plan celebrates the rare opportunity to transform an existing 320-hectare urban airport site into a dynamic,

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Minnesota-Based Duo Builds Three-Wheeled Hybrid Electric Vehicle That Gets 75 Miles Per Charge

Minnesota-Based Duo Builds Three-Wheeled Hybrid Electric Vehicle That Gets 75 Miles Per Charge

The Human Electric Vehicle is a three-wheeled, energy-efficient vehicle that is part car, part motorcycle and part kayak bike. It combines the pedal power of a bicycle with an electric engine and features

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Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House to be Moved and Restored by Crystal Bridges Museum

Rare Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House to be Moved and Restored by Crystal Bridges Museum

The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art just acquired a rare Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian House, and the institution plans to transport it from the Borough of Millstone in New York to Crystal Bridges’

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Ricardo Bofill Transforms Cement Factory Ruins Into Castle-Like Architecture Headquarters

Ricardo Bofill Transforms Cement Factory Ruins Into Castle-Like Architecture Headquarters

Simply dubbed the Cement Factory, the complex hosts Bofill’s architectural offices, archives, a model laboratory, exhibition space, his personal apartment, guest rooms, and extensive gardens. The

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Is the Stylish 1957 Single Occupancy Motoplan the Car of the Future?

Is the Stylish 1957 Single Occupancy Motoplan the Car of the Future?

The many problems associated with urban traffic congestion have multiplied in the past few decades, and there's few feasible solutions in sight. Can the failed single-occupancy Motoplan designed in the

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Prestigious 25 Year AIA Award Goes to the Washington D.C. Metro Rail System

Prestigious 25 Year AIA Award Goes to the Washington D.C. Metro Rail System

The metro reaches out to the city outskirts and is based on the principle of navigability and easily understood organization. The stations, including the new addition on the Siler Line march towards the

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The Biomimicry Manual: What Can Water Fleas Teach Us About Innovation?

The Biomimicry Manual: What Can Water Fleas Teach Us About Innovation?

In business, innovation is non-negotiable. Stay fresh, rot, or go stale. That’s never been truer than today, with volatile prices, weather, regulations, supply chains, and public sentiment. You don’t

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No One Will Be Safe from Devastating Hurricanes According to New RMS Research

No One Will Be Safe from Devastating Hurricanes According to New RMS Research

Hurricane season is a costly affair anywhere, but Risk Management Solutions predicts that in the future these devastating tropical depressions will make landfall in new and unexpected places. RMS recently

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2014 AIA Institute Honor Awards for Architecture Winners Announced

2014 AIA Institute Honor Awards for Architecture Winners Announced

The Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum in Minneapolis designed by HGA Architects and Engineers is a daylit addition to two existing mausoleums built as a simple mass of split-faced grey granite. Designed

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Germany’s Kulturinsel Einsiedel Treehouse Hotel is a Handcrafted Wonderland in the Woods

Germany’s Kulturinsel Einsiedel Treehouse Hotel is a Handcrafted Wonderland in the Woods

Twelve acres of land form the "Culture Island," which is separated from the German mainland not by water, but by a different and fantastical approach to living. Forester Jürgen Bergmann learned the art

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PHOTOS: Patrick Blanc Hangs 67 Extraordinary Vertical Garden Tubes in Miami

PHOTOS: Patrick Blanc Hangs 67 Extraordinary Vertical Garden Tubes in Miami

Blanc first popularized vertical gardens in 1988 with a green wall at the Museum of Science and Industry in Paris. At Herzog & de Meuron's behest, he has since reinvented the concept with fiberglass

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MoMA to Demolish Beloved Folk Art Museum Building Despite Public Outcry

MoMA to Demolish Beloved Folk Art Museum Building Despite Public Outcry

Photo: Yuka Yoneda for Inhabitat You might remember the public outcry that resulted this past spring when New York's Museum of Modern Art announced that it would be demolishing its American Folk Art

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Luke Jerram Sculpts World’s Most Deadly Viruses into Beautiful Glass Art

Luke Jerram Sculpts World’s Most Deadly Viruses into Beautiful Glass Art

Frustrated by the constant, inaccurate representations of viruses in textbooks and the media, Jerram was inspired to create his transparent and colorless Glass Microbiology series in 2004. To recreate

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Patrick Blanc Enlivens the Perez Art Museum with Hanging Vertical Gardens

Patrick Blanc Enlivens the Perez Art Museum with Hanging Vertical Gardens

Blanc first worked with Herzog & de Meuron in 2008, when he created a vertical garden wall for the CaixaForum arts center in Madrid. The gardens for the Pérez Art Museum are quite different,

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Researchers Find Underground Garbage River Beneath London

Researchers Find Underground Garbage River Beneath London

Scientists have discovered a river of garbage-strewn water deep beneath the upper Thames Estuary in London. The research team from Royal Holloway, University of London and the Natural History Museum

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MIT Distributes $6 Water Filter Made with Local Materials to Developing Countries

MIT Distributes $6 Water Filter Made with Local Materials to Developing Countries

Nearly a decade ago, Fernando Mazariengas sought a way to provide clean, affordable water to those living in areas without, so he created a ceramic water filter that could be made using locally-sourced

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Heneghan Peng Architects Wins Competition to Design Moscow’s New National Center for Contemporary Arts

Heneghan Peng Architects Wins Competition to Design Moscow’s New National Center for Contemporary Arts

Heneghan Peng Architects stacked and staggered multiple museum galleries to create a vertical focal point on the surrounding flat and naturalistic landscape. In homage to the site's history as an

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Australian Billionaire to Reenact Titanic Voyage for $1 Million a Ticket

Australian Billionaire to Reenact Titanic Voyage for $1 Million a Ticket

An Australian billionaire named Clive Palmer has apparently decided to tempt fate by building a full-sized, working replica of the Titanic. Already, 40,000 people have expressed an interest in attending

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e2a Architects Renovate Old School into Aluminum-Clad Centre of Hearing and Language

e2a Architects Renovate Old School into Aluminum-Clad Centre of Hearing and Language

According to e2a Architects, the renovation began by focusing on the restoration of the building's original structure. The resulting design has a jutted entrance hall on the ground floor with three

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Lambert Kamps’ Inflatable Fort-Like Shelter is Great for Cozy Winter Snoozing

Lambert Kamps’ Inflatable Fort-Like Shelter is Great for Cozy Winter Snoozing

The shelter is constructed of a 220 meter inflatable tube, which looks like a sandbag fortress. Unlike the real thing, this “soft version” was made for snuggling and being comfortable, evoking

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Awesome Replica of Dorothy’s Iconic Twister-Swept House from ‘The Wizard of Oz’ Built with Scraps

Awesome Replica of Dorothy’s Iconic Twister-Swept House from ‘The Wizard of Oz’ Built with Scraps

The house project combines architecture, sculpture and installation art. The team led by artist Jared Cowan purposely kept to the 24 hour time limit so that the final piece doesn’t look too neat or

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6 Abandoned Churches That Have Been Transformed into Spectacular New Spaces

6 Abandoned Churches That Have Been Transformed into Spectacular New Spaces

Zecc Architects' St. Jakobus Church in Utrecht, The Netherlands Zecc Architects' turned St. Jakobus church in The Netherlands, into a modern, cozy home. The renovated holy building, which closed its

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Crazy ‘Step Into the Void’ Glass Cube Lets Visitors “Float” Over the French Alps

Crazy ‘Step Into the Void’ Glass Cube Lets Visitors “Float” Over the French Alps

This crazy 'Step into the Void' installation is not for the faint of heart. Built on the uppermost terrace of Europe’s highest mountain peak, Aiguille du Midi, a glass cube offers the most amazing and

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Amazing Book Hive Display Mimics the Organization and Movement of Bee Hives in Bristol

Amazing Book Hive Display Mimics the Organization and Movement of Bee Hives in Bristol

The awesome new interactive book display got its name from the the hexagonal cells in which the books are displayed. Much like a swarm of bees, the books pulsate and create a stunning array of different

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Architects Use Film Techniques to Design the ‘Cross-Cutting’ Masterplan in Norway

Architects Use Film Techniques to Design the ‘Cross-Cutting’ Masterplan in Norway

The site is divided into three main areas with the historical center working as a connective tissue between the north and the south. It is further fragmented by the motorway, which divides it into two

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Newly Discovered Pygmy Tapir is the Largest Terrestrial Mammal Found Since 1992

Newly Discovered Pygmy Tapir is the Largest Terrestrial Mammal Found Since 1992

This week, the biggest animal discovery of the 21st century was announced. Meet kabomani, the “little black tapir.” He’s a shy and elusive fellow, living below the radar in the grasslands and

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