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100architects’ “Vertical Times Square” Rethinks Urban Recreation

New Yorkers love to hate Times Square. While the district has a lot to offer, it’s plagued by massive crowds and the strangely oppressive smell of honey-roas.

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ACROS Building in Japan - The building features a step-up façade laced with more than plants. The roof is part of a huge 1 million square foot building that features office space, shops, theater and museum. An eco friendly green roof!

What better way to begin the new year than get inspired by some futuristic interior designs. See more at http://glamshelf.com

40 Modern and Futuristic Interior Designs to Inspire You

'Light of Shodoshima' giant dome constructed of island-grown bamboo trees . illuminated at night by LEDs photo: Kimito Takahashi

Instagram 上的 @levisf:「 @abbicus_finch manipulating my team's final for Transformable Design with #chuckhoberman @columbiagsapp @gsappfabshop @superarchitects #columbia #superarchitect #imadeit #archidaily #architecture #gsapp 」

Instagram 上的 @levisf:「 @abbicus_finch manipulating my team's final for Transformable Design with #chuckhoberman @columbiagsapp @gsappfabshop @superarchitects #columbia #superarchitect #imadeit #archidaily #architecture #gsapp 」

Slovenia Pavilion for the Venice architecture biennale 2016 by Aljoša Dekleva and Tina Gregorič

Dekleva Gregorič builds library in Slovenian Pavilion at Venice Biennale

Slovenia Pavilion for the Venice architecture biennale 2016 by Aljoša Dekleva and Tina Gregorič

Barceló Raval Hotel / CMV Architects

Barceló Raval Hotel / CMV Architects

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Dan Hill on the potential of Elon Musk and the Tesla Powerwall

"Elon Musk's Powerwall could change the carbon footprint of entire societies" Elon Musk

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Pencil leads. Elaborate sculptures made from teeny tiny pencil leads fused together {somehow?!}. Seriously. This stunning work is by New Zealand artist Peter Trevelyan.

Elaborate sculptures made from teeny tiny pencil leads fused together. This stunning work is by New Zealand artist Peter Trevelyan. He uses triangles as the basic unit for all of his work, and then builds from there.

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