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Radbahn Berlin: 6-Mile Sheltered Bike Path to Run Under City Train Line


[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] A long unused strip of space weaving through Berlin is set to become a bicycling boulevard, sheltered by the tracks above and lined with bike service stations, recreation areas and food trucks. This latest rails-to-trails project has six miles of space to work with, connecting major roads and multiple neighborhoods.

Hyperloop Hotel: Zoom from City to City in a Luxury Lodging Pod


[ By SA Rogers in Drawing & Digital. ] Hyperloop transit is about to make the world a whole lot smaller, and with it could come a system of luxurious private pods outfitted like high-end hotel rooms so you can zoom from one city to the next in unprecedented comfort.

Living Light: 11 Transforming Kinetic & Illuminated Art Installations


[ By SA Rogers in Art & Installation & Sound. ] Rippling, unfolding, slithering and glowing like bioluminescent creatures, these kinetic and illuminated works of art are mesmerizing to watch.

Pollution Pops: Sewage-Ridden Public Waters Frozen into Horrifying Popsicles


[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Sculpture & Craft. ] A stomach-churning twist on classic frozen treats, 100 stabilized ice pops made from Taiwan’s polluted lakes, rivers, beaches and ports feature an unsettling array of sewage found in public waters.

Trash Beats Tesla: This Powerful DIY Electric Car Cost Just $13K to Build


[ By SA Rogers in Technology & Vehicles & Mods. ] Made from the corpse of a 1997 BMW 528i salvaged from a junkyard and other recycled parts, this DIY electric car beats the Tesla Model S P100D’s mile range at a tiny fraction of the cost.

Lush Labels: 15 Bold & Beautiful Botanical Packaging Designs


[ By SA Rogers in Design & Products & Packaging. ] Representing all that’s fresh, lush and alive, botanical illustrations can make even the most boring everyday products seem life-sustaining, highlight the potential of a simple bag of dirt and turn takeout coffee cups into fashion accessories.

BAM! BIFF! POW! Street Art Showcases Adam West’s Batman


[ By Steve in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ] The late Adam West’s role as TV’s campy yet cool Batman garnered him a permanent place in pop culture – just ask these 12 graffiti artists.

30 Years of Graffiti: Peeled Dutch Wall Sample Reveals Colorful Art History


[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ] The sides of the structure are painted from ground to roof, but peeling back layers of artwork reveals just how far back the building’s vibrant history goes.

Crazy Cat Castle for Sale: 20 Acres of Terror in the Arizona Desert


[ By SA Rogers in Destinations & Sights & Travel. ] Are you one of the 3 billion people worldwide estimated to be infected with toxoplasmosis, the brain-controlling parasite passed onto humans by our feline overlords?

Cyberpunk City: World’s First Self-Driving Grocery Store Hits Streets of Shanghai


[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Offices & Commercial. ] It’s a tale as old as time, or at least: science fiction films — an autonomous grocery store on wheels (staffed by a holographic assistant) that can deliver late-night snacks as well as everyday essentials.

Kowloon Walled City: Drone Photos Reveal a Re-Growth of Urban Density


[ By SA Rogers in Drawing & Digital. ] Once notorious both for its lawlessness and a maze of urban density so intense that sunlight couldn’t penetrate to its lowest levels, Kowloon Walled City was demolished in the 1990s, but a new version of it is rising from the ashes.

Architecture for Airheads: 13 Intriguingly Interactive Inflatable Structures


[ By SA Rogers in Art & Installation & Sound. ] Who can resist a gigantic bubble that’s big enough to climb into?

Sea Monsters: Massive Crocheted Sea Urchins Float Over Singapore


[ By SA Rogers in Art & Installation & Sound. ] Mutant sea urchins seem to have evolved into monstrous, buoyant creatures capable of rising above the surface of the sea, glowing softly against the skyline in Singapore.

Brutalist Victory: Concrete Skylines Dominate Radical Retro-Future Cities


[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] Architectural trends come and go, but some visions are more persistent than others, and Brutalism could have been among them.

Haul For One: U-Haul Adapts & Reuses Abandoned Buildings


[ By Steve in Architecture & Offices & Commercial. ] U-Haul company’s commitment to renovate and reuse abandoned buildings is not only economical, it also serves to revitalize post-industrial neighborhoods.

World’s Largest “Car Vending Machine” Dispenses Real Bentleys & Ferraris


[ By WebUrbanist in Design & Guerilla Ads & Marketing. ] Combining architecture, advertising and technology, this car dealership lets users punch in numbers to bring their vehicle of choice down a 15-story showroom looming above in full view.

Bikesphere: Car-Detecting Ring of Red Light Puts Cyclists in a Safety Bubble


[ By SA Rogers in Design & Products & Packaging. ] There’s no missing cyclists – or the zone of space you need to safely pass them – when they’ve got a ring of red light encircling them as they ride down the road.

Eyebombing Bulgaria: Artist Adds Googly Eyes to Bollards, Bins & Pipes


[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ] As public art interventions go, googly-eye additions to urban objects and surfaces are pretty simple to implement, effectively animating their surroundings without too much work (or risk of being caught).

Optical Illusion Architecture: These 11 Buildings Are Not What They Seem


[ By SA Rogers in Architecture & Public & Institutional. ] Pinched, warped, rippled, steeply angled and mirrored until they disappear into the sky, these buildings are not quite what they seem at first glance.

Aromatic Art: Empty NYC Trash Bins Turned into Beautiful Floral Bouquets


[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ] Sprouting up alongside the streets of New York City, garbage cans packed with colorful flowers are turning repelled waste receptacles into attractive centers of attention for garbage-weary pedestrians.


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