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across the world from its brooklyn studio, MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY has generated a continuous surface that grows outward from a network of columns, peeling open into an enclosed shell. The post bubbling ‘boolean operator’ punctuates suzhou’s bustling urban landscape appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
with the intention of examining the complex juxtaposition of heritage vs current developments, the photographs capture an authentic portrait of what makes the city today.  The post photo series captures the multiple layers that compose the urban fabric of delhi today appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Three colourful stools are joined by a steel grid to form this modular bench by Belgian design office Nortstudio. Read more
Once they were just environmentally friendly. Now they represent a very practical transport technology and when negligible running costs are factored in, a VERY affordable one too. We ride two of the first of this new breed and report on what's coming ... with links... Continue Reading Electric Scooters reach viability as urban transport Category: Urban Transport Tags: Electri
the small student community is built in and around a 17th century timber farm just outside of the city center. The post rural meets urban in lenschow & pihlmann’s student village outside of central arhus, denmark appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the danish architect discusses his studio's relationship with the city of copenhagen, and the evolution of COBE's work over the last ten years. The post interview: COBE’s dan stubbergaard on designing ‘urban living rooms’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
inside, a massive suspended sculpture installation by charles petillon endows the atrium with a whimsical overhead wonder. The post schmidt hammer lassen transforms shopping mall into creative urban complex in beijing appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Spurred by a recent visit home, Amplitude Studios' Maxence Voleau reflects on some good lessons that game devs can learn from how cities inform people about roadwork & other aspects of urban planning. ...
'breath marks' visualizes the shape of people's breath in 3,000 handmade tiles that cover the entire structure. The post urban society transforms a waste incinerator with tiles bearing the breath of local residents appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the proposal combines engineering, urban planning, and landscape architecture expertise to design a versatile green space. The post MIT proposes series of ponds to combat urban floods caused by climate change appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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