This sure is breath-taking stuff. A real-life version of a house was lifted skywards with the help of over 300 balloons. This is actually a real-life version of Pixar's animated hit film Up! This Up-inspired house was launched from an air field east of LA by the National Geographic Channel.
The open air library, situated in East Germany has won Brit Insurance’s Architecture Award in their annual Design of the Year competition. In fact, the library was started assembling 1,000 empty beer cartons by the residents of the place. It evolved in to one of the best and spectacular open air public libraries.
Integrating nature, literally, with the architectural marvels, that is what could be seen at the Sun Moon Lake in Taiwan. No wonder, how it won the first prize winner of the New Taiwan International Competition called the “Landform Series,” which challenged architects to design buildings integrating nature.
Life is springing back to life in Haiti, so is the field of architecture. The most noteworthy thing in this regard is that Vincent Callebaut has succeeded in making a path breaking concept into reality. Callebaut has designed what known as the eco village in the country. The villages are supposed to be carbon neutral, thereby making it suitable for ...
Well, this public facility, called the Plaza Ecopolis in Madrid, is simply an exemplary sustainable design. The structure, in a way, is also the perfect way to popularize the principals of green design.
These sizzling bangles have on them the vibrant hues of almost everything on the planet. The hand painted ornaments are made from authentic mango trees. Founded by David Aviv and Helen Dukat, Mango Tree offers every single bangle beautifully carved and made into and exotic piece of art.
Scientists at the New England Aquarium are donning the new role of cupids, trying to find out the best mate among African penguins at the aquarium. Scientists are pushing for a collective effort to save a species that researchers predict will be extinct in 15 years.
What is known as the most astounding, yet innovative architectural marvel, is all set to convert air into nothing but pure water. The Water Building Resort is the first of its kind and intends to do the above said process with the help of solar energy.
Here comes some brilliantly made attire from the Envirosax reusable bags. The dress was unveiled at the Sundance Film Festival's Alive! Expo Green Pavilion last month. The piece of creative bombardment won accolades for both the bag manufacturer (Envirosax) as well as its designer Amit Ayalon.
A vintage boutique and a dress shop in a double decker? That is what Lodekka - previously Ginny - is doing after transporting people of Liverpool over the years. The overhauled vehicle is parked at Portland, Oregon.