New impressive design for a 1-kilometer section of Hua Qiang Bei Road in Shenzhen, born by the hard work of Work Architecture Company was awarded first prize. The design responds to the area’s growing commercial character which has unfortunately created traffic problems. For the proposal, the road becomes a series of “strategic interventions” where “five iconic lanterns”, (twisting bands of required program) create unique, visible destinations through a process of “urban acupuncture”.
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Some Great pics of a few pieces of furniture atof a collaboration between Leolux Furniture and the Design Academy Eindhoven. The furniture was exhibited at a show this past summer. Really Great Stuff.
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Vincent Callebaut has created a whale-shaped mobile garden designed to drift through Europe’s rivers while purifying their waters. “The Physalia is a self-sufficient ecosystem that generates all the power it needs from the sun and works to reduce water pollution through bio-filtration,” notes from Inhabitat. This project sounds like a good idea!