Gallery - Paprocany Lake Shore Redevelopment / RS+ - 1

Gallery of Paprocany Lake Shore Redevelopment / RS+ - 1

off ground - playful seating elements for public spaces :: rejected fire hoses were used as material for the seating elements

Parklet idea: off ground - playful seating elements for public spaces :: rejected fire hoses were used as material for the seating elements

Jacques Rougerie's fascinating floating city shaped like a manta ray would be 100% self-sustaining | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Fascinating floating city shaped like a manta ray would be 100% self-sustaining

Concept design - City of Mériens, Jacques Rougerie, manta ray floating city. Designed to have low impact upon the ocean, self-sustaining, running on marine energy and producing no waste whatsoever.

Off-ground, steel pipes and rejected fire hoses, 2013. alternative seating/playing elements for public space.

a temporary installation for Summer in the City project? Off-ground, steel pipes and rejected fire hoses, alternative seating/playing elements for public space.

Millennials Are Foodies: Consequences for Restaurants, Agriculture, and Grocery Stores - The Atlantic

Why Are Millennials So Obsessed With Food?

Why Are Millennials So Obsessed With Food? The author Eve Turow argues that a generation’s taste for natural ingredients will shape the future of restaurants, grocery stores, and agriculture.

Michelle de la Vega Makes Tiny Living Accessible to Everyone | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Michelle de la Vega Makes Tiny Living Accessible to Everyone

Mini House by Michelle de la Vega - Talk about maximizing space! The work of visual artist and space designer Michelle de la Vega, this 250 sq. mini-house was actually converted from an old.

Coliving: A Solution for Lonely Millennials? - The Atlantic

Dorms for Grownups: A Solution for Lonely Millennials?

Dorms for Grownups: A Solution for Lonely Millennials? In a new model of living, residents will have their own “microunits” built around a shared living space for cooking, eating and hanging out.

Citizens of Oslo celebrate Syttende Mai (May Seventeenth), Norway's national day commemorating the adoption of its Constitution.

Some years ago, I faced up to the futility of reporting truths about America’s disastrous wars, and so I left Afghanistan for another mountainous country far away.

For most people, spending time outdoors in well-designed public spaces is one of the highlights to city life. Why, th...

Why Landscape Designers Will Be Key to the Future of Our Cities

Take a Walk on the High Line with Iwan Baan,View looking west along one of the Rail Track Walks. Image © Iwan Baan, 2014 (Section

The pollutants extracted from the air are then turned into jewelry. Neat!

Dutch tower sucks smog out of the air

Daan Roosegaarde Creates The Largest Smog Vacuum Cleaner In The World

Une oasis coopérative dans un monde néolibéral : le village utopique de Marinaleda en Espagne - Basta !

Une oasis coopérative dans un monde néolibéral : le village utopique de Marinaleda en Espagne

Une oasis coopérative dans un monde néolibéral : le village utopique de Marinaleda en Espagne - Basta !

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Here’s How a Mars 100 Candidate Will Spend Her Last Days on Earth

Here’s How a Mars 100 Candidate Will Spend Her Last Days on Earth by Michele Bigley

London planes trees lining the south side of the Thames. A recent study revealed that one of London’s most common species is the apple tree, mainly hidden in gardens.

Introducing 'treeconomics': how street trees can save our cities

London planes trees lining the south side of the Thames. A recent study revealed that one of London’s most common species is the apple tree, mainly hidden in gardens.

Imagining a World Without Growth - NYTimes.com

To deflect climate change, some experts say the economic growth afforded by ample, cheap fossil fuel must stop. But could the planet survive without growing?

Q&A: Jan Gehl on Making Cities Healthier and the Real Meaning of Architecture

In this interview, the architect-planner Jan Gehl discusses the ideas, influences, and concepts that have informed his philosophy and practice.

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