Monthly Archives: October 2012

Intrinsic Beauty of Nature

Let’s be honest here, Sandy is a scary sight when we consider all of the damage she has (and will) do around our cities and homes. That being said, looking at this photo above as a satilie image from space, … Continue reading

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Candy Hierarchy

Candy Hierarchy                                                                     Hierarchia suavis Just in time … Continue reading

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Vertical Garden

In the near future, there might be a rule saying every new residence requires a green garden somewhere in the house. This house in Vietnam incorporated a design of a vertical green garden as a façade. Not only did the … Continue reading

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The beauty of natural catastrophes

  People get terrified with natural catastrophes, for example, tornadoes, because we never expect what will happen in the aftermath. On Monday, October 30 2012, a giant tornado reached northeastern U.S. region. This rare tornado brought heavy rains and very … Continue reading

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Bone membrane

Have you ever imagine yourself living in place like an ant house, a house where you can see how roots grow? A London architecture team, Softkill Design, created a conceptual model that has a building structure looking like bone marrow. … Continue reading

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Zoo Walls

  If you were worried about whether or not you’d be able to make it to the zoo, don’t fear, the zoo will come to the side of your building. Yet, your animal friends might not be too happy stuck … Continue reading

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Plus Pool

After this major storm, New Yorkers might not need to go to a specific destination for a swim because they’ll probably be swimming whether they like it or not once they try to step foot out their front doors. Soon … Continue reading

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