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Mesarchitecture's stunning Sky is the Limit tea house consists of two shipping containers lifted into the clouds.

Fonte de alte, Algarve

Fonte de alte, Algarve

Architects of Invention, alongside engineers Engenuiti, designed a steel-structured building as a part of the development of a new city on the Black Sea coas...

Labors of Love: Celebrate Labor Day With these Progressive Workspace Designs - Architizer

porcelain dress To impress

The recent Art Hong Kong fair introduced us to the stunning porcelain dress of Beijing artist Li Xiaofeng. Xiaofeng creates clothing from porcelain fragments from the Ming, Qing and Song dynasties and even more amazing are that they are wearable.

Fuerza Bruta - NYC (iPhone 6)

Fuerza Bruta - NYC (iPhone 6)

annachronique:  A suspended greenhouse towering over Nantes. Made by the street theatre company La Machine.

La Machine, the French theater company known for its steampunk menagerie has launched a flying greenhouse over the streets of Nantes, France.

Lightweight Living: Global 4-Season Geodesic Dome Homes. From winter weather-resistant, fireplace-equipped dwellings made for snowy mountainsides to meadow-worthy, naturally-ventilated residences... and beyond.

Lightweight Living: Global Geodesic Dome Homes - geodesic all weather domes

Some 1,600 papier mache pandas set up by members of WWF (World Wildlife Fund) in Paris to highlight that there are only 1,600 pandas left on earth

Pictures of the day: 20 October 2008

Panda’s In Paris. 1600 papier mâché pandas were put on display in the centre of Paris to increase public awareness about the endangered species. The pandas, installed by members of the WWF, represent each of the remaining pandas left in the wild.

Li Xiaofeng (李晓峰; b1968, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China). Note: The delicate and fragile creations made of Chinese porcelain by artist Li Xiaofeng, who recycles pieces of ancient ceramics from the Song, Ming, Yuan, and Qing dynasties, to create amazing dresses and clothes, playing with the patterns and stiffness of porcelains.

Li Xiaofeng (李晓峰; b1968, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China). Note: The delicate and fragile creations made of Chinese porcelain by artist Li Xiaofeng, who recycles pieces of ancient ceramics from the Song, Ming, Yuan, and Qing dynasties, to create amazing dresses and clothes, playing with the patterns and stiffness of porcelains.

fuerza bruta la globa - Pesquisa Google

fuerza bruta la globa - Pesquisa Google

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