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The Kelpies

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'The Kelpies', a timelapse short film by award winning filmmaker Walid Salhab. The Kelpies are 30 metre high horse-head sculptures, standing next to a new extension to the Forth and Clyde Canal in The Helix, a new parkland project built to connect 16 communities in the Falkirk Council Area, Scotland.
"Created from over 60 days of stop-motion filming across 7 months, and tracking construction through to completion, this film uses over 12,000 individual photos, none of which have been edited or manipulated beyond settings inside the camera. Walid captured 120,000 individual images to create this seven minute masterpiece."

Little Concrete House on the Prairie

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It's the Little House on the Prairie. Spanish architectural firm Ábaton developed the APH80 portable dwelling for two people. The house, which exterior is clad in gray cement wood board, is easily transported by road and can be placed almost anywhere.
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South Korea Building World’s First ‘Invisible’ Skyscraper

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The South Korean government has just approved the plans to build an invisible tower outside of Seoul near the Incheon International Airport. Yes, near the airport, where planes will be landing and taking off on a daily basis. It doesn’t seem like the best location for an invisible tower. The building was designed by GDS Architects of Pasadena, California, and works by using cameras to capture real-time views from behind the building, then display them on the front using a wall of LEDs.
"Through digital processing, images will be scaled, rotated and merged to create a seamless panoramic image that appears on the LED rows to create the illusion of invisibility. In essence, whatever is going on behind the building will be projected onto the front of the building."
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China's Sky City will be world's tallest building by year's end

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The building is the 838-meter tall Sky City in Changsa, China. China's Sky City is a pre-fab skyscraper, one that is expected to become the world's tallest structure. And will be completed in record time (Burj Khalifa 828-meter). The total scheduled build time of Sky City is a meager seven months. That's a rate of 13 feet (more than a single story) per day. Even that incredibly ambitious goal is a step back toward sanity for Sky City's developers. The initial plan was to complete the structure in 90 days, which would have come out to roughly three floors a day. The Sky City is designed to resist a 9.0 earthquake. The Sky City has 220 stories, and it will cost $628 million. Watch the video of the how the project will come together and what it will ultimately look like.
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Prisoner of Technology

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Print campaign for Go Outside magazine, Brazilian designer Felipe Luchi imagined our beloved gadgets as physical prisons.
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Hidden Architecture

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As part of an advertising campaign for the Schusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow. Saatchi & Saatchi Russia put together a creative team to create the hidden architecture of some iconic bulidings. Cool
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Longaberger Basket Office Building

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This basket-shaped office building is a replica of the Medium Market Basket of Longaberger Company, who is America's premier maker of handcrafted baskets and other quality home products. Situated on a park-like setting in Newark, Ohio, the building has attracted thousands of visitors each year.
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City in the Sky by Megatropolis

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The concept inspired by a lotus flower. Cool ‘City in the Sky’ by Megatropolis literally resembles blooming flowers in the form of large-scale skyscrapers.
"City in the sky is a concept about a tranquil oasis above the mega developed and polluted city where one can escape from the everyday buzz, smog and dirt. The concept is inspired by the Lotus flower which is known for its ability to emerge above the murky waters pure and clean.“
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"Inception" Door

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You'll find it at architect Armin Blasbichler's home in South Tyrol in Northern Italy. His house, which he calls "der Muslhaufen," is in Lüsen, not far from the Dolomites.

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PAS House / Skateboard House

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The PAS House is the project of a private residence, to be built in Malibu, California. In this house you will be able to skateboard any areas and surfaces, Indoor and Outdoor.
"Each space is skateable as the ground becomes the wall then the ceiling in a continuous surface forming a tube of a 10ft radius. The furniture is also skateable, whether it is integrated in the curve like the sitting area, the kitchen or the bathroom or just as standing object like the dining table, the kitchen Island or the bed. Closets and drawers could be integrated in the curve too. The PAS house is the first house designed to be entirely used for skateboarding as well as being a traditional dwelling. It is the ultimate dream for generations of skateboarders who wanted to bring their practice into their home. "
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Three-Storey House Has Slides at All Levels

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Kazuki Nakamura and Kenichi Izuhara designed a house that has slides connecting each level, Cool.
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Cool House

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Cool House! And where is this?

Sudeley Bench

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Huge Sudeley Bench by pablo reinoso.
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Chinese student hatches an egg house

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Dai Haifei, 24, a newly graduated architect, decided to make his own egg-style home after being unable to afford Beijing’s sky-high rental prices. Built for just $960, the egg-shaped house is portable, and features a water tank, a small bed, and a lamp powered by a solar panel on the top of the structure. Haifei successfully lived in the structure on the street for a few months until local media attention forced him to abandon his tiny bamboo palace. 

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Gigantic Domed City

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A Russian company has unveiled plans to built a 100,000-person domed city in an abandoned Mir diamond mine in Siberia. The city named Eco-city 2020. The Mir diamond mine is the second largest excavated hole in the world, quarter-mile wide and over 1,700 feet deep, the mine would be completely covered over with a glass dome to protect the city from the weather in Siberia, and the solar cells embedded in the dome would power the city.  Designers AB Elise explained:
"The new city is planned to be divided in 3 main levels with a vertical farm, forests, residences, and recreational areas. On of the most interesting aspects of the proposal is the glass dome that will protect the city and would be covered by photovoltaic cells that will harvest enough solar energy for the new development. "
An estimated 100,000 people would be able to live in Eco-city, and architects are hoping that it would help to attract tourists to Eastern Siberia
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