Architecture

Left-Out Torpedo Station in Baltic Sea to be Vamped as an Ideal Spot for Water Sports

November 21, 2014 / No Comments

Torpedo stations and look-out stations are unused structures now. Come to the European region and you could see them scattered across the sea. One such structure in the Baltic Sea, however, will soon be bustling with activity as it has been marked for renovation. A torpedo lookout station located at Puck Bay has been identified by MFRMGR, Polish architects, to be ...

Eco-Friendly and Attractive: Interior Design Tips for Greener Living

May 3, 2014 / No Comments

The drive to be more eco-friendly is gaining traction. As the average citizen becomes more aware of the issues facing the environment; so does the role people are playing in said issues. More and more are interested in doing their part, and ‘greener’ goods are becoming increasingly available. When it comes to interior design, you may worry a ‘greener’ home means ...

Earth Day 2014: Google Doodle Brings Together Six Different Species Of Wildlife

April 22, 2014 / 1 Comment

We are no strangers to Google unraveling a new doodle to celebrate a significant day or a special event and Earth Day 2014 is obviously no different. Google is welcoming this Earth Day with a special doodle that features six different wildlife species and each of them is shown in their natural environment. It starts off with a lovely Rufous humming bird ...

3,500-year-old stone block, The World’s oldest weather report found in Egypt!

April 4, 2014 / No Comments

A 3,500-year-old stone block found in Egypt has inscription, which scientists now believe to be one of the oldest weather reports of the world. The inscription of 40 lines has been found on a 6-foot-tall calcite block, which has been named as Tempest Stela. It says, “the sky being in storm without cessation, louder than the cries of the masses”, describing the ...

Students from Odisha Bring Home Second Prize In NASA Design Contest

March 28, 2014 / No Comments

Organized each year to encourage students to delve further into the mysteries of the universe and to promote science and teamwork among young minds, the NASA Space Settlement Contest is now known world over. The contest conducted jointly by NASA Ames Research Center and the National Space Society (NSS), has just completed the 2014 edition and a project developed by ...

London Blackfriars Station Gets Greener with New Solar Bridge

January 24, 2014 / No Comments

The first ever solar bridge in London is finally complete.  Said to the world’s largest of its kind, the solar bridge at London’s Blackfriars station has been built to tap sunshine in the most eco-friendliest of ways. The bridge, jointly built by Solarcentury and England’s Network Rail,  has been spruced up with as many as 4,400 photovoltaic panels. This bridge in ...

Bosco Verticale Vertical Forest Nearing Completion in Milan

January 20, 2014 / No Comments

The completion of the world’s first vertical forest is nearing. Located in Milan, Bosco Verticale is Boeri Studio’s effort to make cities greener along with supporting an overly dense urban population. The project kicked off in 2011, and is widely looked at by the rest of the world. New photographs that have emerged show the appearance of the finished residential tower blocks ...

Tiny House in the Austrian Laps Waits for You

December 30, 2013 / No Comments

Do you love tiny homes? And do you just love them, but do not necessarily want to build one? Well, if you did not know, there are plenty of such homes you can rent in many parts of the world. And this one in Austria is a killer among the lot. The cabin is polyhedral in shape, with modernist designs. Situated ...

Kansas City’s New Challenge: World’s Tallest, Fastest Waterslide

November 22, 2013 / No Comments

The world’s tallest and fastest water slider, Verruckt Meg-A-Blaster, will reportedly open in Kansas City soon. This one will allegedly break the record set by the current Brazilian giant water slider, which itself is 134.5 feet tall and moves at a speed of 65.2 miles per hour. A photo of the soon to be record maker that is coming up at ...

Madinah Airport to turn Eco-friendly

October 16, 2013 / No Comments

The Madinah airport is being converted into Middle East’s first ever eco friendly international airport. Mamdouh Tarabishi, CEO of the newly constructed Prince Mohammed International Airport in Madinah, has revealed the details of the project, saying that 4.5 billion Saudi Riyals will be spent for the expansion project. To be completed in 2015, the design of the airport will be in ...