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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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Cyclist Utopia Unveiled in Norman Foster’s Elevated SkyCycle Highways

Cyclist Utopia Unveiled in Norman Foster’s Elevated SkyCycle Highways

Architect and cycling enthusiast Sir Norman Foster just unveiled plans for the SkyCycle, a "cycle utopia" that soars up and above the congested streets of London. The three-story high bicycle highway is

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Werk Studio’s TREE|HUB is a Tiny Wooden Tower Hideout Built for Design Exchange

Werk Studio’s TREE|HUB is a Tiny Wooden Tower Hideout Built for Design Exchange

TREE|HUB is a timber tree house rising 10 feet off the ground. Located in Peckham, it was built by a collaborative team of design students from Goldsmiths University working under the name Werk Studio.

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Extravagant Copper Roof Adds a Dramatic Finish to a Georgian Townhouse Renovation in London

Extravagant Copper Roof Adds a Dramatic Finish to a Georgian Townhouse Renovation in London

The triangular sections of the new copper roof angle up and down to create varying ceiling heights inside the renovated structure, lining up with different parts of the old brick buildings. "We took the

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Water Expert Expresses Grave Concern Over World’s Shrinking Groundwater Supply

Water Expert Expresses Grave Concern Over World’s Shrinking Groundwater Supply

Waterfall photo via Xseon/Shutterstock It’s no secret that drinkable water is one of the most precious and finite resources on Earth; now an eminent Australian water scientist is urging the world yet

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Collins and Turner’s Lush Green Canopy Crowns a Refurbished Community Center in Sydney

Collins and Turner’s Lush Green Canopy Crowns a Refurbished Community Center in Sydney

The new canopy also hides a landscaped roof garden on top of the community center building, which looks down on a rectangular courtyard paved with timber taken from reclaimed city power poles

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Top 10 Crazy Christmas Trees Made from Bottles, Bikes, Shopping Carts and More!

Top 10 Crazy Christmas Trees Made from Bottles, Bikes, Shopping Carts and More!

RECYCLED BIKE TIRE TREE This Christmas tree in Bermondsey Square, London is made out of 35 wheels reclaimed from old bikes. It was designed by Sarah Wigglesworth Architects using wheels from a local UK

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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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World’s Largest LEGO Snow Globe Lights Up London

World’s Largest LEGO Snow Globe Lights Up London

LEGO artist Duncan Titmarsh recently unveiled the world’s largest LEGO snow globe in London! Glowing with LED lights, the snow globe shows fourteen London landmarks in LEGO brick grandeur. Titmarsh used

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Sill-to-Sill is a Recycled Material Gift Shop at Hackney City Farm

Sill-to-Sill is a Recycled Material Gift Shop at Hackney City Farm

Last year, Hackney City Farm held a design competition open to architects, designers and students for the design of a new shop and info center. The Farm requested that the shop use recycled materials and

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Feel Like Holiday Shopping is a Losing Battle? Declare a Truce.

Feel Like Holiday Shopping is a Losing Battle? Declare a Truce.

Some people love the hustle and bustle of the holidays, even the stress of trying to find (and then afford) a perfect present for everyone on your list. Even if you limit your gift giving to family,

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10 Delicious Things to Make with Cranberries (Other Than Sauce)

10 Delicious Things to Make with Cranberries (Other Than Sauce)

Orange and Cranberry Scones, via The Food Network This gorgeous breakfast treat is as lovely drizzled with honey as it is slathered in Earth Balance. Ingredients: 4 cups plus 1/4 cup all-purpose

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Are Portable Airbags Coming Soon to a Smartphone Near You?

Are Portable Airbags Coming Soon to a Smartphone Near You?

If there’s one thing all smartphone owners have in common, it’s the anxiety about dropping and cracking an expensive piece of hardware while you’re out and about during the day. Most people slide

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Photosynthesis Bike Purifies the Air as You Ride

Photosynthesis Bike Purifies the Air as You Ride

Biking to work is about to get a whole lot greener. Not only are bicycles better for the Earth than driving and a great way to keep in shape -- but a new bike concept recently unveiled by Bangkok-based

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London to Launch Edible Fireworks Display to Ring in the New Year!

London to Launch Edible Fireworks Display to Ring in the New Year!

Revelers at this year’s New Year’s Eve celebration at South Bank in London will actually be able to taste the annual fireworks display! Thanks to food scientists Bompas & Parr, for the first time

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Earth Could be Two Times More Sensitive to CO2 Than Previously Thought

Earth Could be Two Times More Sensitive to CO2 Than Previously Thought

Image via Shutterstock As levels of CO2 in the atmosphere rise, scientists are grappling with a mountain of data to form an accurate picture of the future. Scientists from the Geological Society of

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Jerry Tate Architects and Students Unveil Awesome Low Impact Pavilion in the UK

Jerry Tate Architects and Students Unveil Awesome Low Impact Pavilion in the UK

Installed on a curved base platform, the shell-like structure is formed by ten crescent-shaped ribs, with timber poles tethered by nylon cords anchored into the ground. The project was conceived as a

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Alex Chinneck’s Miner on the Moon Looks Like a Building Flipped on its Head in London

Alex Chinneck’s Miner on the Moon Looks Like a Building Flipped on its Head in London

The unique artist managed to "flip" the building's facade by placing the shopfront and its front doors where the roof should be and placing the roof along the pavement. Brick slips and rendered

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DIY Foodie Gift: 7 Easy Recipes for Pickled Veggies

DIY Foodie Gift: 7 Easy Recipes for Pickled Veggies

If you're fond of making food gifts for the holidays, chances are that you've already started baking or assembling tasty niblets like almond bark, cookies, fudge, and other tasty treats. Although most

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Architecten CSK’s Breathtaking Energy Neutral Villa K is Surrounded by a Wild Oak Forest

Architecten CSK’s Breathtaking Energy Neutral Villa K is Surrounded by a Wild Oak Forest

The two story villa, which is almost 50 meters long and 19 meters wide, is built on one of the many historic beach ridges located in Bergen. While most private development projects in the area try to

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DIY Gift Idea: Learn to Make Beautiful, Solid Perfume Lockets

DIY Gift Idea: Learn to Make Beautiful, Solid Perfume Lockets

Most of us have a couple of favorite fragrances that we like to daub on ourselves once in a while, so it's not surprising that perfume is one of the most popular gifts for any occasion. That said,

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DIY Gift: Make Chalkboard Mugs for the Holidays!

DIY Gift: Make Chalkboard Mugs for the Holidays!

Inexpensive and easy to make, chalkboard mugs are ideal for any tea or coffee aficionado on your list. You can also decorate them as presents for cocoa-loving kids, as they're perfect places to write

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British Architect Designs First 3D Printed Element for Use in the Construction Industry

British Architect Designs First 3D Printed Element for Use in the Construction Industry

The ETFE plastic roof canopy of the 6 Bevis Marks building in London features a decorative sheath that is the world’s first 3D-printed component approved for use in the construction industry, according

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More than 1,000 London Cyclists Stage Die-In to Call for Greater Road Safety

More than 1,000 London Cyclists Stage Die-In to Call for Greater Road Safety

A crowd of over 1,000 cyclists gathered outside Transport for London headquarters on Friday to protest what they say is dangerous transport infrastructure in the city. The protest comes after a rough

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Artist Alex Chinneck’s Mind-bending Building Facade Slides to the Ground

Artist Alex Chinneck’s Mind-bending Building Facade Slides to the Ground

London-based artist Alex Chinneck creates spectacles that combine illusion, humor, and design. In his work entitled "From the knees of my nose to the belly of my toes" he fabricated a facade that appears

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6 Bizarre Examples of Parasitic Architecture

6 Bizarre Examples of Parasitic Architecture

Cut-architecture's Rehearsal Room Paris-based Cut-Architecture has come out with an unusual idea for extending one of their clients' homes: They built a new, bright and airy "parasitic music room"

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DIY Gift Idea: Spiced Citrus Pomanders

DIY Gift Idea: Spiced Citrus Pomanders

If you ask anyone which scents they associate with the holiday season, chances are that several of them will name warming spices, and citrus fruits. From gingerbread cookies to blood oranges tucked into

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Adidas Unveils 100 Percent Recycled Cardboard Sneakers Designed By Chris Anderson

Adidas Unveils 100 Percent Recycled Cardboard Sneakers Designed By Chris Anderson

It wouldn't be the smartest footwear in foggy old London, but that's where British artist Chris Anderson has unveiled a new collaboration with Adidas: models of the upcoming Spring/Summer 2014 collection

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Carl Warner Transforms Food into Fantastical Landscapes You Can Eat

Carl Warner Transforms Food into Fantastical Landscapes You Can Eat

Carl Warner spends weeks playing with food in order to make these incredible landscapes. He makes sure to light them properly, mimicking a sunrise in a drowsy valley covered in the first winter snow, or a

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Turtle-Inspired Robot Helps Archaeologists Explore Shipwrecks

Turtle-Inspired Robot Helps Archaeologists Explore Shipwrecks

The U-CAT, an adorable turtle-shaped robot designed to explore underwater wrecks, debuts today in the Robot Safari exhibit at the London Science Museum. The robot has been specially designed to maneuver

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