nevver:

Breakfast of Champions, The Nutella Crepe Cake


thisbigcity:

zacharyelgart:

The NYDOT continues to impress me with their forward thinking and inclusive actions.  (via A Before-and-After Guide to Safer Streets - Eric Jaffe - The Atlantic Cities)

Intersection repair in only a few easy steps

thisbigcity:

zacharyelgart:

The NYDOT continues to impress me with their forward thinking and inclusive actions.  (via A Before-and-After Guide to Safer Streets - Eric Jaffe - The Atlantic Cities)

Intersection repair in only a few easy steps


larameeee:

‘the ring house & atelier’ by marwan zgheib
platinum A’ architecture, building and urban design award winner, 2013-2014 (via world design rankings 2013)

larameeee:

‘the ring house & atelier’ by marwan zgheib

platinum A’ architecture, building and urban design award winner, 2013-2014 (via world design rankings 2013)

(via ddutch)



Artist Bruce Munro (previously) just opened a new exhibition at Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania including a number of impressive translucent silos constructed from bottles. The exhibition will be up through September 11. Images above via Corriette Schoenaerts and Linden Gledhill.

(via urbendisaster)


urbalize:

New York City officials broke ground on Phase 1 of the new Governors Island Park. The first two built sections will be Hammock Grove, and Liggett Terrace.

urbalize:

New York City officials broke ground on Phase 1 of the new Governors Island Park. The first two built sections will be Hammock Grove, and Liggett Terrace.

(via makdreams)


#rotterdam Boompjes nu met gras en zon, heerlijk (Taken with instagram)

#rotterdam Boompjes nu met gras en zon, heerlijk (Taken with instagram)


riseandsprawl:

Art, space

riseandsprawl:

Art, space

(via urbendisaster)


archi-torture:

princessjinx:

mothernaturenetwork:

Architect Vincent Callebaut designed Lilypads to be self-sufficient floating cities that can each accommodate up to 50,000 climate change refugees. Inspired by the shape of Victoria water lilies, these eco-cities would be made of polyester fibers and built around a central lagoon, and they would feature three mountains and marinas — dedicated to work, shopping and entertainment. Aquaculture farms and suspended gardens would be located below the water line, and the cities would run completely on renewable energy. Callebaut plans for his Lilypad concept to become a reality in 2100.10 innovative ideas that let us live on water

interesting!

creative

archi-torture:

princessjinx:

mothernaturenetwork:

Architect Vincent Callebaut designed Lilypads to be self-sufficient floating cities that can each accommodate up to 50,000 climate change refugees. Inspired by the shape of Victoria water lilies, these eco-cities would be made of polyester fibers and built around a central lagoon, and they would feature three mountains and marinas — dedicated to work, shopping and entertainment. Aquaculture farms and suspended gardens would be located below the water line, and the cities would run completely on renewable energy. Callebaut plans for his Lilypad concept to become a reality in 2100.
10 innovative ideas that let us live on water

interesting!

creative

(via urbendisaster)