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Towering, twisted skyscraper proposed to be Australia’s tallest building

A towering, twisting skyscraper with vertical green space and a public rooftop garden is set to become Australia’s tallest building. Dubbed the “Green Spine,” and set to stand 356.20 metres (1,168 feet) high, the design for the striking cantilevered structure was unveiled for the city of Melbourne on Wednesday. SEE ALSO: Luxe Switzerland hotel lets...CONTINUE READING
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Paris residents are pissed over rather public eco-friendly urinals

New supposedly eco-friendly urinals in Paris have (literally!) pissed off locals, due to their rather public nature. Installed on the Île Saint-Louis sitting on the Seine river, the uritrottoir (the combined French words for urinal and pavement) boxes have reportedly been deployed as an odorless “eco solution to public peeing,” designer Laurent Lebot told Reuters....CONTINUE READING
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This 3D-printed “gill” wants to help you breathe under water

Amphibio is a concept gill garment designed by Jun Kamei, inspired by the future sea level rises. Amphibio is designed to help humans survive a world submerged in water, but it may be unlikely for humans to live underwater. Read more…More about Design, Mashable Video, Sea Level Rise, 3d Printing, and Oxygen Powered by WPeMatico
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Finally, a mobile guide that makes pulling your phone out in a museum worth it

If you’ve ever gazed at a giant Jeff Koons ballon dog and thought, “what the heck was Koons thinking?” now there’s a way for you to get answers to that question, instantaneously. On Saturday, the Hirshhorn Museum, which is the U.S. national museum of modern art, launches a new smartphone museum companion called Hirshhorn Eye...CONTINUE READING
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Art collective turns street covers into unique patterns for clothes

“raubdruckerin” is an art collective turning manhole covers, grids and street tiles into printing presses that capture the unique footprints of European cities. The word “raubdruckerin” literally translates as “pirate printer”. The group’s main goal is to explore the overlooked surfaces that give a city character. Read more…More about Design, Street Art, Urban Environment, Street...CONTINUE READING
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Robots can build entire cities almost for free. These architects are making it happen.

Manuel Jimenez Garcia and Gilles Retsin are literally setting the foundations for an architecture of the future. They are co-founders of the Design Computation Lab at The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, where they work with students to speculate how digitalization, automation and robotics are transforming our built environment. Read more…More about Design,...CONTINUE READING
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