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Cooperation with Carlsberg on interactive soundinstallation-experiment    Obernkarbi and A

Cooperation with Carlsberg on interactive soundinstallation-experiment Obernkarbi and A

Philip Johnson’s public water garden in Fort Worth, Texas

WATER FEATURE - Public water garden, Fort Worth, Texas, Architects: Philip Johnson + John Burgee (photograph from National Geographic, April

Have you ever been bored at your desk and started playing around with your office supplies? Well, artist Peter Root took your everyday staples and turned them into an entire city in an installation called Ephemicropolis.

Peter Root's Ephemicropolis - A City of Staples

Artist Peter Root fashioned an entire little city of staples – an ephemicropolis! Hard to believe he spent 40 hours building the installation in the lobby of a building, using solely stacks of staples that were split into various sizes.

HeineJones, an interdisciplinary design consultancy based in Melbourne, was approached by the city council of Footscray to design an interpretive solution describing the function and intent of a new “rain garden” installed as part of a streetscape redevelopment for Leeds Street. HeineJones’ solution presented the function and intent of a water garden as a piece of poetry, laser cut though the steel plate of the tree grates.

The intent of the design is to engage the public in an emotive and legible way, whereby the passage and movement of the water into the system is through the information itself. -Leeds Street Tree Grates by HeineJones in Footscray

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John Gerrard's Solar Reserve (Tonopah, Nevada) 2014 , a 28 by 24 foot frameless LED wall re-creating a Nevada solar thermal power plant and the surrounding…

Burnley Bouldering (Rock Climbing) - creative use of under-the-bridge space, re-activates and makes the area safe for the public.

See 19 photos and 2 tips from 70 visitors to Burnley Bouldering (Rock Climbing). "Cool joint to go bouldering. Located under the bridge/road alongside.

Mimers Park - Skinnerne rejser sig! - Elverdal

Mimers Park - Skinnerne rejser sig! - Elverdal

A ChinaFotoPress photographer visiting Beijing snapped up this image of a fake sunrise displayed on a large outdoor screen amidst a dense cloud of smog graying out the horizon and even a nearby building.  Read more: Is Beijing's Pollution So Bad that Residents Need a Fake Sun?

Is Beijing's Pollution So Bad that Residents Need a Fake Sun?

Virtual sunlight: China starts televising the sunrise on giant TV screens because Beijing is so clouded in smog.

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