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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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Energy-Efficient Stonehenge Visitor Center Opens its Doors in the UK

Energy-Efficient Stonehenge Visitor Center Opens its Doors in the UK

Located 1.5 miles west of Stonehenge, the new visitor center is comprised of three separate buildings—or “pods”—each designed with energy saving strategies and locally harvested and renewable

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Young at Art Museum: Florida’s First LEED Gold Certified Children’s Museum Completed

Young at Art Museum: Florida’s First LEED Gold Certified Children’s Museum Completed

The main idea behind the Young at Art project is to focus on the way children experience the world. Inspired by the possibility of facilitating interaction between children and the space, the architects

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Rever & Drage’s Sweet Wooden Sheds Morph from Storage to Cozy Camping Shelters

Rever & Drage’s Sweet Wooden Sheds Morph from Storage to Cozy Camping Shelters

Set on a wooden platform, the cabins are perched at the top of a hill in a forested area overlooking a picturesque fjord near the family’s summer home. The group of three structures surround an elevated

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COBE and Transform Architects Open Jagged, Aluminum-Clad Maritime Museum in Norway

COBE and Transform Architects Open Jagged, Aluminum-Clad Maritime Museum in Norway

Certainly more contemporary than its surroundings, the new 2,000 square meter maritime museum curiously manages to both contrast and merge with the industrial landscape that surrounds it. While the

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Hans Kotter Makes Brilliant Light Installations With LEDs

Hans Kotter Makes Brilliant Light Installations With LEDs

Kotter crosses photography, sculpture and technology to create glowing installations that give physical form to light. In a constant exploration of new materials and techniques, he creates visually

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Bananas May Become Extinct as Fungus Spreads Around the World

Bananas May Become Extinct as Fungus Spreads Around the World

Bad news for banana lovers: the tasty fruit is on its way to becoming a thing of the past. A nasty fungus that has been decimating bananas in Asia and Australia has jumped to Jordan and Mozambique.

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Luminous Saltygloo Pavilion 3D-Printed From Sea Salt!

Luminous Saltygloo Pavilion 3D-Printed From Sea Salt!

Created by Emerging Objects founders, Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello, the Saltygloo is an artistic experiment in using 3D printing technology and additive manufacturing techniques to turn local

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10 Landscape Design Projects That Turn Damaged and Neglected Spaces Into Healthy, Beautiful Environments

10 Landscape Design Projects That Turn Damaged and Neglected Spaces Into Healthy, Beautiful Environments

The High Line Park in NYC. Photo by Jill Fehrenbacher for Inhabitat Landscape architects frequently work to transform areas that contain industrial and toxic waste, infrastructure no longer in use, or

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Daniel Libeskind Unveils Designs for Funky Metallic Apartments in Berlin

Daniel Libeskind Unveils Designs for Funky Metallic Apartments in Berlin

Architect Daniel Libeskind just unveiled plans for a modern, metallic apartment complex located in the heart of Berlin. Projected for competition in 2015, the eight-story tall Chausseestrasse 43 building

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Swiss Researchers Add 3D Scanning to Smartphones with a Simple App

Swiss Researchers Add 3D Scanning to Smartphones with a Simple App

3D scanning could completely change the way we see the world, improve robotic vision, and lead to a whole new 3D printing revolution. While there’s a lot of promise in 3D scanning, the technology still

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5 Tips to Green Your Home From Organic Architect Eric Corey Freed

5 Tips to Green Your Home From Organic Architect Eric Corey Freed

TIP 1: Wrap Your Home in Insulation - "The More, The Better!" Proper insulation is probably the most important factor you can control in creating an energy-efficient home. I always say insulation is like

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Herzog & de Meuron’s Pérez Art Museum Opens in Miami

Herzog & de Meuron’s Pérez Art Museum Opens in Miami

The building is located near the MacArthur Causeway, and its front façade is oriented towards the bay. It includes 32,000 square feet of galleries, shops, educational facilities, plazas and gardens.

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Foster+Partners Unveil Plans for Norton Museum of Art Extension in West Palm Beach

Foster+Partners Unveil Plans for Norton Museum of Art Extension in West Palm Beach

The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach is home to the most important art collection in Florida, and Foster + Partners has just been selected to add an extension that will help make it the state's

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Radlab Inc.’s Beautiful Bench Takes Inspiration from Earth’s Natural Processes

Radlab Inc.’s Beautiful Bench Takes Inspiration from Earth’s Natural Processes

As part of the international Street Seats Competition hosted by Design Museum Boston, Radlab Inc. looked to the natural phenomenon of channeling (the consequence of erosion) for inspiration for their

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Artists Recreate Famous Art Galleries Using Gingerbread and Candy

Artists Recreate Famous Art Galleries Using Gingerbread and Candy

Inspired by an interest in architecture, the artistic duo took gingerbread houses to a whole new level by reinventing famous architectural images using candy. The malleable and sticky medium posed

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The Spectacular Museo Soumaya Shines Brightly in Mexico City

The Spectacular Museo Soumaya Shines Brightly in Mexico City

Wrapped in 16,000 hexagonal aluminum tiles, Museo Soumaya's shining, serpentine skin was built to reflect the sun's light and to stand the test of time. The weight of the spiraling form is supported by 28

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Dutch Willowman Creates Whimsical Sculptures in Enchanted Forest Settings

Dutch Willowman Creates Whimsical Sculptures in Enchanted Forest Settings

Will Beckers (known as The Willowman) creates stunning, ephemeral, site-specific sculptures made from re-used local materials. He started out working with clay but now incorporates a variety of natural

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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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Renzo Piano Completes Energy-Efficient Kimbell Art Museum Expansion in Fort Worth

Renzo Piano Completes Energy-Efficient Kimbell Art Museum Expansion in Fort Worth

The new colonnaded pavilion echoes pieces of Kahn's design in its height, scale and layout as well as in its heavy focus on a glass, concrete and wood palette. Within the pavilion's two main

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Meccanoo Unveils Plans for Underground Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw

Meccanoo Unveils Plans for Underground Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw

The design team led by Meccanoo includes Michael van Gessel, Delva Landscape Architects and Jojko Nawrocki Architekci. The team was tasked with designing a new 2.5 hectare Garden of the 21st century with

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BIG Wins Competition to Design Green-Roofed Museum of the Human Body in Montpellier

BIG Wins Competition to Design Green-Roofed Museum of the Human Body in Montpellier

The Museum of the Human Body will be located at the edge of Charpak Park in the newly developed Parc Marianne near City Hall. The museum will be dedicated to the artistic, scientific and architectural

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BIG’s Green-Roofed Blåvand Bunker Museum in Denmark Receives Funding, Closer to Being Built

BIG’s Green-Roofed Blåvand Bunker Museum in Denmark Receives Funding, Closer to Being Built

The 2,500 square meter museum will be situated in Varde, a small town in the south of Denmark, within a former WWII bunker. Tucked into the shorelands of Blåvand, the new museum will be fully integrated

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Ralf Holleis Unveils Ultralight Custom Track Bike With 3D Printed Lugs

Ralf Holleis Unveils Ultralight Custom Track Bike With 3D Printed Lugs

European product designer Ralf Holleis created this stunning super lightweight track bike using 3D printing technology. The VRZ 2's 3D printed lugs are made from titanium alloy and the bike's frame is

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US Officials Crush $10 billion Worth of ‘Blood Ivory’ to Send a Message to Poachers

US Officials Crush $10 billion Worth of ‘Blood Ivory’ to Send a Message to Poachers

Ivory photo from Shutterstock On Thursday, U.S. officials destroyed $10 billion worth of "blood ivory" at a rock crushing facility in Denver, Colorado. The 5.4 tons of confiscated material was

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