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Reusing old offshore platforms.
hcts-info: A proposal to reuse old offshore platforms as urban hubs with multiple functions like apartments and offices at the cityfront in Trondheim, Norway. Proposed to create discussion on the subject by Sverre Mæx Hegrenes Stenersen.
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Places, strange and quiet | Wim Wenders →
The relationship between architecture and photography is so old as both disciplines. While Anne Elisabeth Toftasks “Is it possible to capture, translate and transmit architectural experience via representations?” we can recall to the most recent work of the filmmaker and artist Wim Wenders, called Places, strange and quiet which is based on a fascinating series of large-scale photographs taken...
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Historic German water tower refurbished into green... →
There is a natural connection between sustainable design and historic preservation, one that is often overlooked. Building reuse and adaptation easily lend themselves to the ideals of green building, like lower embodied energy, longevity and cultural significance that promotes engaged users. In Essen, Germany, Architects from the Madako group have transformed an historic water tower into an...
Recycled Rigs: Abandoned Oil Platforms as Ocean... →
It is hard to believe that there are companies capable of creating (relatively) robust structures far out at sea, (usually) capable of withstanding extreme weather and lasting for decades or longer. But their use in harvesting ‘black gold’ from the ocean floor is limited, as alternatives are (hopefully) developed and spill risks increasingly recognized. Here is one vision for how one turn such...
lydtheliuser: This is such an awesome house! Saw it on orientation day last year, and really nice to watch it again =] Pierre Chareau - Maison de Verre (by Not Made TV)
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