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Read the rest of Noahs Ark is a Sustainable Floating City for a Post Apocalyptic World Permalink | Add to | digg Post tags: "eVolo", "sustainable architecture", 2012 evolo skyscraper [...] Read »
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Read the rest of Tokyos New Sky Tree is the Worlds Second Tallest Building Permalink | Add to | digg Post tags: burj khalifa, Canton Tower, CN Tower, communication twoer, eco design, [...] Read »
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Avatar Architettura’s Recycled Pallet Pavilion Pops up in Italy
Italian design firm Avatar Architettura is well-known for their ability to turn recycled wooden pallets into inspiring works of art  like this fun pavilion in Italy. Designed as a temporary [...] Read »
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Gartnerfuglen’s Portable Fishing Shack Has Walls Made of Ice
This past winter we saw all kinds of amazing buildings constructed completely from ice and snow  and now we can add this frigid, ice-walled fishing shack to the list. Called Unavailability [...] Read »
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Was This Free Chicago Recycling Program Squashed by City Politics?
A free public recycling program in Chicago was recently halted by Mayor Rahm Emmaunel, and the development has been causing quite a stir. The recycling cans were installed at one of the trendy [...] Read »
"Fashion is architecture. It's a matter of proportions" Coco Chanel Engineer Calls Chicago's Aqua Tower " Architectural Pornography " | Snow Drawings | Norihiko Dan : harmonizing earth and architecture [...] Read »
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Permalink | Add to | digg Post tags: european market hall, green design, green markets, interview anton wubben, interview mvrdv, market hall architecture, Markthal Rotterdam, MVRDV, [...] Read »
Tuesday logjam - Craig Dykers, Pecha Kucha 5th anniversary, The Cathedral of Christ the Light
Yeah, we're still working on the March 2012 Calendar of Chicago Architectural Events , but we wanted to give you a heads-up on this week.  Monday the 5th brings opening day of the two-day conference [...] Read »
Editor's Picks #253
Chinese architect Wang Shu was this week named the 2012 Pritzker Prize winner. Will Galloway commented "unexpected but very coolio. i met wang shu last year at conference held by my uni her [...] Read »
On Chicago's birthday, 175 years of history on just one corner: the Tremont, George Pullman, and Ira Couch
 click images for larger view Today, Sunday, March 4th, is the 175th birthday of Chicago, incorporated on this day in 1837.  If you hurry, there's a celebration at the Chicago History Museum [...] Read »
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HOW TO: Go Geocaching with Your Kids
Looking for a fun activity to get your kids engaged in the outdoors? Give geocaching a try. Geocaching is basically a 21st-century treasure hunt, but instead of using an old map where X marks [...] Read »