Peter EISENMAN. beijing CHINA. The exhibition, Design Intelligence: Advanced Computational Research, opened in 751-D, Beijing, China, on Friday 26 September 2013. The exhibition included the work of 32 of the leading ...
Inflatable Architecture Airs In The Streets of Copenhagen Co.Design Marco Canevacci is not your typical architect. A member of Berlin-based architectural collective Plastique Fantastique, Canevacci isn't interested in building buildings.
Many parasites are satisfied with just living off of their hosts, while others decide their hosts must die. But there are also some parasites who can change their hosts' behavior or physiology in ways fit only for science fiction.
2013 ICD Research Project HygroSkin: Meteorosensitive Pavilion Achim Menges in collaboration with. Oliver David Krieg and Steffen Reichert Institute for Computational Design. HygroSkin – Meteorosensitive Pavilion: Video ...
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“The 2013 Human Development Report -The Rise of the South: Human Progress in a Diverse World- looks at the evolving geopolitics of our times, examining emerging issues and trends and also the new actors which are shaping the development landscape.The Report argues that the striking transformation of a large number of developing countries into dynamic major economies with growing political influence is having a significant impact on human development progress. […] By 2020, according to projections developed for this Report, the combined economic output of three leading developing countries alone—Brazil, China and India—will surpass the aggregate production of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States. Much of this expansion is being driven by new trade and technology partnerships within the South itself, as this Report also shows.[…] A key message contained in this and previous Human Development Reports, however, is that economic growth alone does not automatically translate into human development progress. Pro-poor policies and significant investments in people’s capabilities—through a focus on education, nutrition and health, and employment skills—can expand access to decent work and provide for sustained progress.”
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