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C.F. Møller Future-Proofs Greenland’s Dronning Ingrids Hospital With Striking Renovation

C.F. Møller Future-Proofs Greenland’s Dronning Ingrids Hospital With Striking Renovation

C.F. Møller is Scandinavia's oldest and largest architectural practice - they are responsible for distinctive public buildings such as Copenhagen's Sølvgade School and cutting-edge sustainable

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Gehry and Foster Selected to Add Architectural Icons to London’s Battersea Power Station

Gehry and Foster Selected to Add Architectural Icons to London’s Battersea Power Station

Los Angeles-based firm Gehry Partners and British architects Foster & Partners have been chosen to design the third phase of the Battersea Power Station mixed-use development. The ambitious and

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World’s Largest Legoland Waterpark Opens in Malaysia

World’s Largest Legoland Waterpark Opens in Malaysia

Great news for LEGO enthusiasts of all ages – the world’s largest Legoland Water Park finally opened in Malaysia this week! The 300,000 square meter waterpark is packed with 20 water attractions, 70

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Eerie Aerial Photos Depict Villages Sunk During St. Lawrence Seaway Construction

Eerie Aerial Photos Depict Villages Sunk During St. Lawrence Seaway Construction

The St. Lawrence Seaway is a system of locks, canals and waterways that connect the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes in Canada. The 2342 mile international waterway project opened in 1950s included

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HENN Architects Win Competition to Design the 920 Foot Cenke Tower in China

HENN Architects Win Competition to Design the 920 Foot Cenke Tower in China

Situated at the north-south axis in the center of Taiyuan, the building is separated into three distinct functions – retail space in the basement, a hotel on the upper floors, and office space

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BaseCamp Bonn Young Hostel Turns Vintage Trailers and Railcars into Quirky Accommodations

BaseCamp Bonn Young Hostel Turns Vintage Trailers and Railcars into Quirky Accommodations

Each of the vintage units are decorated to a theme by a professional interior designer possessing a background in film and TV sets. Lodgers can choose from 120 bed spots across 15 caravans clustered

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Philips to Upgrade 91,000 Buenos Aires Street Lights With LEDs

Philips to Upgrade 91,000 Buenos Aires Street Lights With LEDs

The city of Buenos Aires, Argentina is teaming up with Philips Lighting to retrofit 91,000 street lights with energy-saving LED bulbs. Philips will replace the city’s incandescent lighting with bright

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LEAPfactory’s Gorgeous Prefab Eco-Hotel Sits at 13,123 Feet Atop Russia’s Mt. Elbrus

LEAPfactory’s Gorgeous Prefab Eco-Hotel Sits at 13,123 Feet Atop Russia’s Mt. Elbrus

Located at a dizzying height of 13,123 feet (4,000 meters), LEAPrus 3192’s surrounding alpine environment is notorious for its extreme climatic conditions. The new eco-hotel, which boasts spectacular

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Alex Schweder’s Prefab Bubble Apartment Springs from a Van Like a Jack-in-the-Box

Alex Schweder’s Prefab Bubble Apartment Springs from a Van Like a Jack-in-the-Box

Schweder first conceived the bubble home as a rentable hotel room for the exhibition “Draft Urbanism” for the 2013 Biennial of the Americas in Denver a few months ago. The exhibition at Philip

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Extravagant Ring-Shaped Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort Spares Energy in China

Extravagant Ring-Shaped Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort Spares Energy in China

The design is based on the idea of unity and infinity. At night the ring is reflected in the lake and looks like a full luminescent moon. The luxurious development has porticoes and ceilings inlaid with

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PopTarts Works’ Cardboard Beehive Hotel Can Support a Colony of City Bees

PopTarts Works’ Cardboard Beehive Hotel Can Support a Colony of City Bees

The designers of PopTarts Works were alarmed by the growing disappearance of Toronto's bees, so they went about trying to find a design solution that could help their fuzzy, flying local friends. What

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Airbnb Scores Victory in NYC: Judge Rules That Host’s Actions Were Actually Not Illegal

Airbnb Scores Victory in NYC: Judge Rules That Host’s Actions Were Actually Not Illegal

A ruling made by an NYC judge fining an Airbnb host $2,400 for renting out his room caused quite a stir in May, but now another judge has overturned the decision. The victory is a boon to New York's

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Twelve Architects Design Russian Airport With Elegant Arches as a “Sky-Bridge”

Twelve Architects Design Russian Airport With Elegant Arches as a “Sky-Bridge”

The airport's design also makes reference to the River Don, which is the origin of the city. Facilities in the area such as the train station, car park, hotel and office buildings are connected through

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INTERVIEW: Inhabitat Chats with J Mays, VP of Global Design and Chief Creative Officer at Ford Motor Company

INTERVIEW: Inhabitat Chats with J Mays, VP of Global Design and Chief Creative Officer at Ford Motor Company

Automotive designer J Mays has become well-known as the design director of Ford Motor Company. Born in rural Oklahoma, Mays started working at his family's auto parts store at an early age with

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New Investigation Reveals ‘Appalling’ Treatment of Migrant Laborers Working on Qatar’s 2022 World Cup

New Investigation Reveals ‘Appalling’ Treatment of Migrant Laborers Working on Qatar’s 2022 World Cup

A recent investigation conducted by The Guardian has revealed alarming data on Qatar’s treatment of migrant workers engaged in preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. According to findings, at least

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Tour the PARKROYAL Hotel Singapore’s Surreal Sky Gardens and Greenery-Wrapped Towers (PHOTOS)

Tour the PARKROYAL Hotel Singapore’s Surreal Sky Gardens and Greenery-Wrapped Towers (PHOTOS)

It's obvious that PARKROYAL on Pickering is a feast for the eyes with its vegetation-wrapped glass reinforced concrete layers, but it's not just a pretty facade. The building was awarded Green Mark

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Iconic Eero Saarinen Airport Terminal to Be Reborn as a Hotel

Iconic Eero Saarinen Airport Terminal to Be Reborn as a Hotel

Eero Saarinen fans might be sad to hear that the JFK terminal building designed by the architecture legend has fallen into disuse, but it turns out there's a silver lining around that cloud. Hotelier

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INFOGRAPHIC: NH Hotels Cut Energy Used for Lighting 80% by Switching to Philips LED Lamps

INFOGRAPHIC: NH Hotels Cut Energy Used for Lighting 80% by Switching to Philips LED Lamps

Philips recently reduced the energy consumption of lighting at NH Hotels by 80% by fitting 600 hotel rooms across Europe with 23,500 LED lamps. The lamps are rated to last for up to 45,000 hours, which

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J. Mayer H. Completes Transparent, Tree-Inspired Court of Justice in Hasselt

J. Mayer H. Completes Transparent, Tree-Inspired Court of Justice in Hasselt

The Court of Justice is one of two towers built for a new master planned area in Hasselt that includes a park, public buildings, offices and hotels, as well as urban residential blocks. The original plan

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MAD Architects Unveil Mountainous Skyscrapers for Beijing’s Chaoyang Park

MAD Architects Unveil Mountainous Skyscrapers for Beijing’s Chaoyang Park

Ma Yansong of MAD Architects wants to create a unique Chinese architecture that embraces contemporary design while still pulling from the country's traditional roots. To that end, he's unveiled plans for

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Rafael Viñoly Admits to Making “A Lot of Mistakes” with London’s “Walkie Scorchie” Skyscraper

Rafael Viñoly Admits to Making “A Lot of Mistakes” with London’s “Walkie Scorchie” Skyscraper

"We made a lot of mistakes with this building," admits Rafael Viñoly. It is not everyday that you will hear an architect admit to making a mistake with their work, but Vinoly hardly had a choice with

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A Green Roof and Solar Panels Crown Finland’s Gorgeous Haltia Nature Center

A Green Roof and Solar Panels Crown Finland’s Gorgeous Haltia Nature Center

The area around Haltia boasts classic Finnish beauty, combining granite bedrock, dense forest foliage, and a sparkling lake. The bedrock acts as natural insulation for the north end of the center. The

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Gorgeous Eco-Friendly Villa in Bali Built Using Only Local Materials and Labor

Gorgeous Eco-Friendly Villa in Bali Built Using Only Local Materials and Labor

Hand-designed rammed earth walls mimic the interior of The Grand Canyon, using only 5-8% cement, limestone, pigments and soil from the job site – which also eliminated the need for soil to be trucked

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Report Reveals Unoccupied “Vanity Space” in the World’s Tallest Skyscrapers

Report Reveals Unoccupied “Vanity Space” in the World’s Tallest Skyscrapers

Just as a sugary dollop of frosting can double the height of a cupcake, it turns out that today's tallest skyscrapers are topped with useless space to inflate their height. The Council on Tall Buildings

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Patrick Blanc Unveils New Oasis of Aboukir Vertical Garden for Paris Design Week

Patrick Blanc Unveils New Oasis of Aboukir Vertical Garden for Paris Design Week

Blanc’s team began installing the framework for the gorgeous vertical garden just seven weeks ago, on the corner of Aboukir Street and the Petits Carreaux street. The designer’s original sketch shows

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INHABITAT INTERVIEW: 8 Questions With Liz Rooks of North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park

INHABITAT INTERVIEW: 8 Questions With Liz Rooks of North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park

Inhabitat: What did the Research Triangle Foundation hope to achieve when it set out to develop the new RTP master plan? Liz Rooks: Our board recognized that, after fifty years, the way we were doing

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19th Century Railway Carriage Renovated Into a Gorgeous Carbon-Negative Home in Kent

19th Century Railway Carriage Renovated Into a Gorgeous Carbon-Negative Home in Kent

The new house is cradled inside a highly insulated timber structure, with the old carriage as the center point of the main living area. Fully glazed elevations, in combination with smaller openings, frame

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Bizarre Chinese Temple Discovered Atop a 21-Storey Luxury Apartment Building in Shenzhen

Bizarre Chinese Temple Discovered Atop a 21-Storey Luxury Apartment Building in Shenzhen

A Chinese microblogger recently noticed a curious architectural object built upon the roof of a housing complex in Shenzhen. A mysterious temple has been sitting atop the 21-story luxury apartment

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Burnt Down Thermal Spa in Chile Turned into an Eco-Luxe Pixelated Hotel

Burnt Down Thermal Spa in Chile Turned into an Eco-Luxe Pixelated Hotel

The Alto Nevados Hotel in Chillan is mainly constructed from steel and designed as a pixelated box volume standing out among the gorgeous Andes Mountains. Its unique facade was made from old wooden boards

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EnerGaia Grows Algae for Eating on Rooftops in Bangkok

EnerGaia Grows Algae for Eating on Rooftops in Bangkok

Spirulina was a healthy green snack that the Incas used to enjoy, and now the edible algae is grown on Bangkok rooftops as a nutritious alternative to meat protein. EnerGaia representatives told AFP that

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