James Law Cyber Structure has been invited by Vijay Associates (Wadhwa Developers) to build an iconic egg shaped construction in Mumbai, India. The highly ambitious project will be done at Plot C70 of Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai; currently the most expensive piece of land in the country.
Woolrich a.k.a. the Original Outdoor Clothing Company in association with Agion, forerunners in odor-fighting solutions have lined up outerwear that eliminates body odor passively without the need for washing.
Solar cell manufacturers have sent word to module clients citing plans to hike prices by $0.01 each month, beginning February 2011. However, as new capacity is expected to come online this year, solar cell companies themselves have added that there was little chance of a price hike.
Bay Area artist Rachel Mahlke is transforming stilettos to plant cacti and other succulents, and she does so by conveying a message recycling symbols of sexuality in to objects of utility. These creations occupy her “femme-feminist” belief.
Nike has joined with the French Football Federation on Monday and a shirt and short made from recycled microfiber polyester, to put it in laymen’s term, the pair is derived entirely from discarded plastic bottles along with organic cotton.
Mexican designer Jose de la O has come up with an alternative way for the people who are looking to practice urban agriculture. The outstanding feature of this proposed method is that people can build their own farm even if there are no gardens or balconies around.
The Soweta Football Training Centre in South Africa is hailed as a marvelous design in the area of sustainable architecture and energy- efficiency that too built in a short time span of just six months. The building is a collaboration venture between Canadian firm RUFproject and Nike Global Football Brand Design.
The star singer Rihanna, who tops the hit list of PETA, as the “Worst Dressed” celebs in terms of cruelty to animals, seems to be on the track of a change. And the most notable fact in this regard is, PETA is also endorsing her new venture.
Scientists at the University of Texas at Dallas are engaged in developing an innovative product. To be precise, they are spinning yarn out of powder-infused carbon nanotubes. These may help in creating textiles that can power the electronic mobile gadgets.
This may be considered as a giant step in the area of greener air travels, but, considering the number of jets in the air, it is noteworthy. Indian airliner IndiGo has become the first buyer of 150 Airbus A320 neo fuel-efficient jets, and this is regarded as the single largest order in commercial aviation history.