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Nothing Shocking: Abandoned & Derelict Battery Factories

[ By Steve in Abandoned Places & Architecture. ] These former battery factories once lead, er, led the way in electrifying society; now they sit abandoned in environs rife with heavy metal contamination.

Record Breaking: Magnetic Levitating Turntable Lets Vinyl Defy Gravity

[ By WebUrbanist in Technology & Vintage & Retro. ] Cool and clever trump common sense and normal physics in this levitating record turntable, which aims to bring a vintage technology into the future.

Pretty in Pink: Trump’s Border Wall, As Envisioned By Mexican Architects

[ By SA Rogers in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] Donald Trump has promised that if he becomes President of the United States, he’ll build a “beautiful and impenetrable” wall and force Mexico to pay for it – so a group of Mexican architects have taken on the task of designing it for him, too.

Invisible Solar: Panels Camouflaged as Wood, Clay, Stone & Concrete

[ By WebUrbanist in Design & Products & Packaging. ] Overcoming the awkward aesthetic factor typically faced by home solar technology, these disguised panels look like ordinary building materials you would expect to spot along the sides, steps or roof of a house.

Attack of the Giant Spider! Watch This Optical Illusion Mural Come to Life

[ By SA Rogers in Art & Street Art & Graffiti. ] A nightmarishly oversized spider emerges from a gaping hole in a wall in this anamorphic optical illusion mural by French street artist Denys Pasco, better known as Densoner.

Paint it Black: 16 Mysterious Houses That Have Joined the Dark Side

[ By SA Rogers in Architecture & Houses & Residential. ] Most people can be divided into two pretty clear-cut categories: those who think black houses are creepy in a bad way, and those who love them for all their mysterious allure.

Yoga Joes: G.I. Action Figures Posed in Complex Meditative Positions

[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Sculpture & Craft. ] G.I. Joe and other toy soldier figures are rarely found in anything but anxiety-prone positions, ready to do battle with the imaginary enemy.

Just a Reflector: Upside-Down Mural Looks Right in the Water Below

[ By WebUrbanist in Art & Drawing & Digital. ] Designed to look right-side-up when reflected off the water below, this series wall murals features a series of nautical themes, including depictions of swimmers, rowers and swans.

Well Wheeled: 12 Luxury Bike Accessories for the Discerning Cyclist

[ By SA Rogers in Design & Products & Packaging. ] Ride your bike in style with crocheted skirt guards, leather beer carriers, hand-carved saddles and picnic sets that cost more than your car.

Reconnecting Atlanta: Elevated Park to Bridge a City Divided by Highways

[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] Connecting fragmented sections of a divided metropolis, this new elevated park will help stitch together downtown Atlanta while providing fresh public green space in the heart of the city. The raised park will ultimately span nearly a half mile across the center of the city, tying into existing parks, paths and trails.

Odd Glory: A Salute To Offbeat American Flag Art

[ By Steve in Art & Drawing & Digital & Street Art & Graffiti. ] America‘s stars & stripes flag evokes different feelings in different people, such as artists whose creative expression is displayed via Old Glory.

Book-Shaped Pavilion in Korea Celebrates Historic Birthplace of Printing

[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Public & Institutional. ] In 1377, nearly a century before the famous Gutenberg Bible was printed in Germany, the Jikji anthology was made using movable metal type, then bound and and protected for centuries to come.

Horror House: Real Estate Listing Instantly Infamous for ‘Terrifying’ Decor

[ By SA Rogers in Design & Fixtures & Interiors. ] Had Buffalo Bill escaped Clarice Starling and moved into a quaint suburban Connecticut home, his interior decor might have looked a little something like this.

Night Riding: Glowing Blue Bike Trail in Poland Powered by Solar Energy

[ By WebUrbanist in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] Charged during the day and lighting up at night, this beautiful bicycle trail outside the town of Lidzbark Warmiski is designed to improve safety for riders out after dark.

Heavenly Vaults: Virtual Reality Ceiling Installation in a Gothic Cathedral

[ By SA Rogers in Art & Installation & Sound. ] The ceilings of Paris’ Saint Eustache Church are once again alive and flickering with a surreal display of abstract imagery as artist Miguel Chevalier projects ‘Voûtes Célestes’ onto its vaults, nave and transepts.

A Silver Lining: 14 Cloud-Shaped Homes, Furnishings & Decor Designs

[ By SA Rogers in Design & Furniture & Decor. ] Floating on air, flickering with lightning, providing a pillowy soft surface or gently raining water down on plants, these cloud-shaped home accents and architectural designs are downright heavenly.

Life After Death: Organic Burial Pods Turn Human Bodies into Living Trees

[ By WebUrbanist in Culture & History & Travel. ] Amidst a huge array of natural burial initiatives and urban cemetery alternatives, the Capsula Mundi stands out as a sustainable solution that serves wishes of the deceased as well as the land of the living.

Zaha Hadid’s Legacy: Proposal for London by the Architect’s Final Students

[ By SA Rogers in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] The legacy of famed architect Zaha Hadid continues to unfold months after her death at age 65 as a long list of her final projects continue in various stages of development, from those currently under construction to concepts that may forever remain unbuilt.

The Power to Change: 12 Brilliantly Reclaimed Energy Stations

[ By SA Rogers in Architecture & Public & Institutional. ] As cities grow and their power needs change, the historic and often surprisingly beautiful structures holding turbines, generators, coal and gas are decommissioned, becoming prime candidates for redevelopment.

Rolling Landscape: Driverless Geodesic Garden Hits the Streets of London

[ By WebUrbanist in Conceptual & Futuristic & Technology. ] As robotic cars take to the streets, designers are beginning to see possibilities for urban mobility that go beyond human and cargo transport.