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[ By WebUrbanist in Conceptual & Futuristic & Technology. ] Bringing together cutting-edge technologies and an ancient approach to resisting earthquake damage, the so-called Quake Column marries tradition and high-tech to create a bold new structural solution needing no mortar nor rebar to reinforce it.
[ By Steve in Abandoned Places & Architecture. ] Abandoned shoe repair stores, once ubiquitous elements of the urban tapestry, epitomize small Mom & Pop stores that “progress” has kicked to the curb.
[ By WebUrbanist in Boutique & Art Hotels & Travel. ] Deploying three novel pieces of multipurpose furniture, this 240-square-foot space manages to pack in all kinds of secrets, surprises and amenities for guests to explore, discover and utilize in a unique micro-suite.
[ By Steph in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] A freeway bridge linking historically divided sides of Washington, D.C.
[ By WebUrbanist in Design & Furniture & Decor. ] Two student designers have seen the future and building toward it with a flexible, foldable, affordable and recyclable cardboard desk that support the weight of a whole person but can also be built in minutes without any tape or connective hardware.
[ By WebUrbanist in Destinations & Sights & Travel. ] For 500 years, visitors were able to see Michelangelo’s famous 6,000-square-foot painting bathed in natural light, but for the last 3 decades they have gotten a dismal view, the room shuttered and lit by weak halogens – but all of that is about to change.
[ By WebUrbanist in Culture & History & Travel. ] Last year, Roman Mars of 99% Invisible and PRX broke records, raising $375,000 with a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign – this year, Radiotopia aims to collect $250,000 in contributions on Kickstarter page to support its lineup of seven amazing radio shows.
[ By Steph in Design & Fixtures & Interiors. ] Clever integration of storage, dangerous-looking alternating treads and unusual wall-mounted designs enable these 12 compact staircases to avoid the problem of wasted space.
[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Public & Institutional. ] A massive mixed use project in Rotterdam by MVRDV, this newly-opened building wraps vertically around an open central space but also features one of the largest works of art in the Netherlands: an incredible digital display spanning over 100,000 square feet of the interior surface area.
[ By Steph in Design & Guerilla Ads & Marketing. ] The absurdity of single drivers taking up so much space on the road was vividly highlighted when a group of Latvian cyclists went for a ride wearing car-sized frames made of bamboo.
[ By Steph in Gadgets & Geekery & Technology. ] Tiny phone chargers that you slide onto your keyring, store on your belt buckle or snap onto the spokes of your bike can help feed your addiction to technology when wall chargers aren’t available.
[ By WebUrbanist in Technology & Vehicles & Mods. ] Called the New Tube, the next phase in London’s Underground system will feature partially and entirely automated cars, including ones that let passengers sit up front in the space heretofore reserved for drivers.
[ By Steve in Abandoned Places & Architecture. ] These 12 closed and abandoned bingo halls couldn’t compete with an increasing variety of online gaming options and the gradual spread of gambling casinos.
[ By WebUrbanist in Design & Graphics & Branding. ] This stunning blueprint-inspired poster takes you on a visual tour of 90 celebrated structures around the world, highlighting architectural achievements from the Greek Parthenon to Buckingham Palace to Taipei 101 to the Freedom Tower, “a lineup of landmark landmarks and eminent edifices erected and perfected throughout history.” An 18-by-24-inch print available from Pop Chart Lab for around $30, this frame-worthy work of art and design may solve your architectural gifting needs for the foreseeable future.
[ By Steph in Art & Drawing & Digital. ] Magnifying glass clutched in his fist, Jordan Mang-osan uses nothing but focused rays of sunlight to burn detailed drawings onto panels of wood.
[ By WebUrbanist in Conceptual & Futuristic & Technology. ] This project asks a question that goes to the heart of how we think of buildings, asking: what if architectural shapes and structures could be more than just stable but also smart, responsive and flexible?
[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Public & Institutional. ] A remarkable example of architectural rehabilitation, this abandoned structure has been given a second life via a fresh facade that wrapping a rundown shell.
[ By Steph in Destinations & Sights & Travel. ] Five blade-like beams slice into the sky when this cantilevered footbridge in London’s Merchant Square rises to make way for boats moving along the Grand Union Canal.
[ By Steph in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] Vacant lots, billboards, rooftops and even dumpsters are hacked into inhabitable spaces in these examples of often-illegal guerrilla housing.
[ By WebUrbanist in Gaming & Computing & Technology. ] Using a series of networked camera-and-projector units, this working demonstration turns an entire living room into and interactive gaming environment.