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Israeli Architecture Studio SAYA Aims to Reclaim Architects’ Role in Facilitating Peace

Israeli Architecture Studio SAYA Aims to Reclaim Architects’ Role in Facilitating Peace

Israeli architecture studio SAYA designs projects that try to make politicians think more like architects and architects to approach space like policymakers. Through designs for areas of conflicts,

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Underground Mushroom Tunnel Wins London’s High Line-Inspired Green Design Competition

Underground Mushroom Tunnel Wins London’s High Line-Inspired Green Design Competition

The competition was hosted by The Landscape Institute, the Mayor of London and the Garden Museum, and judged by a panel of experts that included the founders of the High Line. Over 170 designs were

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Mind Igloo is a Temporary Shelter Made of Recycled Hot Air Balloons

Mind Igloo is a Temporary Shelter Made of Recycled Hot Air Balloons

The same people who brought us The Bubble Building - the world's most temporary structure - want to explore the possibility that one day buildings will pop up only when we need them. Although the hot air

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Sanzpont’s Busan Opera House Boasts a Gargantuan Green-Roof

Sanzpont’s Busan Opera House Boasts a Gargantuan Green-Roof

The building's LED RGB lighting lights up inside a double layer of nebular gradient silkscreened ETFE and the printed texture gradients the opacity of the skin to control sunlight and lighting. By

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Recycled POTOGREEN Planters Disguise Parisian Parking Poles as Mini Gardens!

Recycled POTOGREEN Planters Disguise Parisian Parking Poles as Mini Gardens!

The planters are made in part from recycled milk containers and fabric recovered from tents that are made by people undergoing rehabilitation at Emmaus, realizing, according to Kingleur, a further two

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Crazy Vertical Garden Billboard Park Revitalizes Argentinian City Waterfront

Crazy Vertical Garden Billboard Park Revitalizes Argentinian City Waterfront

At Inhabitat, we're always interested in how design and innovative architecture can breathe new life into degraded environments, and this towering vertical garden proposed for Rosario City in Argentina is

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Foster & Partners Breaks Ground on Ten Acre CityCenter in Washington DC

Foster & Partners Breaks Ground on Ten Acre CityCenter in Washington DC

Construction began this week on Foster & Partner's CityCenter DC - one of the United States' largest and most important urban redevelopment projects. The ten acre convention center will be transformed

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Artist EVOL Transforms Lackluster Urban Spaces With Mini Conrete Block Towers

Artist EVOL Transforms Lackluster Urban Spaces With Mini Conrete Block Towers

Urban spaces that host sparse enclaves or nondescript architecture are more likely to spark feelings of banality rather than inspiration. So when we spotted the work of Berlin based street artist EVOL, we

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Pre-Packaged Vertical Gardens Give a Green Glow to Urban Spaces

Pre-Packaged Vertical Gardens Give a Green Glow to Urban Spaces

We live in a world where pre-packaged items have begun blur the lines between what is natural and what is not. So why should our outdoor gardens be any different? Taking note of the lack of green spaces

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The OOoo Chair Uses Zero Materials

The OOoo Chair Uses Zero Materials

We love seeing new furniture ideas that implement used, discarded, eco-friendly and recycled materials, but it's not often that we find a chair that uses zero materials in construction. The OOoo

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Circular Pod-Shaped Tea House is Heated by Compost

Circular Pod-Shaped Tea House is Heated by Compost

If you’ve ever experienced composting in action, you may know that things can get pretty hot when microbes meet organic material. So what if there was a way to capture all that heat and use it to warm

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MOS Architects’ Eco-Huts Win PS1 Design Competition

MOS Architects’ Eco-Huts Win PS1 Design Competition

There are a number of annual events that we follow here at Inhabitat, but few are as exciting as the unveiling of the P.S.1 Young Architects Program winner. The combination of ephemeral architecture,

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Work Architecture Greenroof Wins PS1 Design Competition

Work Architecture Greenroof Wins PS1 Design Competition

Every year in New York City, the PS1 Contemporary Art Center hosts an architectural design competition to design a temporary, outdoor 'summer stage' for the PS1 Warm-up Music Festival. While last year's

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YOUNG ARCHITECTS PROGRAM @ PS1

YOUNG ARCHITECTS PROGRAM @ PS1

Every year the PS1 Gallery at the Museum of Modern Art in New York invites young emerging architects to propose a temporary structure for their Warm-up Music festival. This year’s winner, Liquid Sky,

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