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The cities shown in these images by Austrian photographer Gregor Sailer may look real, but they are actually a mix of fakes and copies. Read more
As we look forward to a 21st century filled with massive mega-cities, and extraordinary technological innovation, we must ask how are our science fiction visions influencing the cities we build, and what can we learn from some of these prescient fictional texts?.. Continue Reading Science Fiction Cities: How our future visions influence the cities we build Category: Urban Transport Tags:
Drone photography is still an incredibly new and emerging art form. Just a few short years ago it would have been nigh on impossible to capture some of the images that we now see on a regular basis. It's easy to become jaded by the onslaught of drone photographs out there but a number of artists are still pushing the envelope, experimenting and finding spectacular ways to exploit this nasc
erasing the buildings' volume and capturing only their forward-facing exterior blurs the border between reality and fiction. The post zacharie gaudrillot-roy reduces towns and cities to their façades appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
there will be pain, suffering, beauty and joy as goliaths fall and davids rise.  The post the world cup stadiums that have had the biggest impact on cities and sport appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Edugaming startup TeacherGaming has teamed up with publisher Paradox Interactive to bring an educational version of Colossal Order's Cities: Skylines city-building game to classrooms around the world. ...
Our design goal for X-Morph: Defence were destructible environments and a stable framerate. While not mutually exclusive, it took a lot of time and effort to make it all work. ...
Two groups of students from Singapore and Kyoto exchanged photographs of their contrasting cities, before using them as a reference point to design 17 objects representative of the location's character. Read more
Ahead of the premiere of our feature-length documentary ELEVATION, an exploration into how drones will transform urban environments, we've compiled a special-edition newsletter looking at some of the possibilities. Find out more ›
in order to more intelligently reconsider existing materials, matter design and quarra stone posit that architects could learn a great deal from cyclopean construction methods. The post can future cities digest themselves? a case for ‘cyclopean cannibalism’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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