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with the mixed-use tower nearing completion, photographer vincent hecht visited the site to document its progress. The post sou fujimoto’s ‘white tree’ grows to its full height in the south of france appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
French architect Jean-Paul Viguier chose white perforated metal to clad the three monolithic volumes of a secure cash-processing centre for a bank in Paris.Read more
In an interview with French photography blog Mizuwari, Nicolas Gillet, director of marketing and communication for Nikon France, revealed a number of interesting tidbits regarding Nikon's new Z-mount and the new opportunities it affords Nikon's optical engineers.According to Gillet in the transcribed interview, Nikon optical engineers have calculated that the Nikon Z-mount is theoretically capabl
françois chatillon architecte invites us to discover the battle of verdun with the restoration of a landscape scarred by war. The post françois chatillon restores great war battlefield in north east france appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
french artist and creative explorer APACH has created 'kraken' within the otherwise serene surroundings at the nature reserve of val d'escreins in france. The post giant sculptural sea monster emerges from the ruins of a historic village in france appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
If the last month or so is any indication, Uber is getting rather serious about its plans to put flying taxis into the air. Hot on the feels of its Uber Elevate conference where a raft of vehicle and Skyport concepts came to light, the company has now announced it will build a new research center in France that, at least initially, will be devoted to the cause... Continue Reading Uber to o
this building is one of the major sights in colmar and faces the unterlinden museum that was recently renovated by herzog and de meuron. The post la maison des têtes, a boutique hotel and michelin restaurant by F+F in colmar, france appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
If you've ever tried riding a bike through a small patch of sand you'll know it's not the most agreeable of surfaces to pedal over. Now imagine racing across not only hundreds of miles of desert terrain, but up thousands of feet in elevation at the same time. That's the harsh reality for the battle-hardened cyclists taking part in the Gaes Titan Desert race, where the Moroccan desert provi
Startup Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) has been quite busy signing deals to explore the potential of high-speed transport routes all around the world, but has little in the way of functioning prototypes and test tracks to show for it. That seems about to change, with the company welcoming the tubes that will make up its first test track in Toulouse, France. ..Continue Reading Pie
Northern France isn't generally thought of as a tropical paradise but a section of it soon will be, courtesy of Coldefy & Associates. The French firm recently unveiled its plan to construct the world's largest single-domed tropical greenhouse in the Pas-de-Calais area. ..Continue Reading World's largest single-domed tropical greenhouse planned for FranceCategory: ArchitectureTags: Bu is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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