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Swooping Birds Fly Across An Oversized Game Boy Screen, Made of 3600 LCDs

Swooping Birds Fly Across An Oversized Game Boy Screen, Made of 3600 LCDs | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
This ribbon of pixels looks like an 8-bit waterfall or maybe a Game Boy for Godzilla.

 

“The intended effect is to inspire visitors to the museum with a moment of wonder about what it is they are seeing. We hope that a moment of wonder leads to the desire to discover more about the science behind the patterns, and a discovery of the natural systems and forces at work in nature that leads to such beautiful patterns,”

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Parametric World

Parametric World | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
conceptSKETCH | conceptDIAGRAM | conceptMODEL | conceptARCHITECT | conceptLANDSCAPE |...

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Steven Holl: Natural History Museum Proposal

Steven Holl: Natural History Museum Proposal | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it

Steven holl's submission for the competition to design the new danish natural history museum is a subterranean gallery emphasizing the notion of living and exploring 'under' our earth, sky and water.


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How to Schmooze Without Being Sleazy

How to Schmooze Without Being Sleazy | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
Schmoozing gets a bad rap, but it shouldn't. Use these nine guidelines to become a master networker.

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"A rare 1979 [video] interview with Buckminster Fuller."

"A rare 1979 [video] interview with Buckminster Fuller." | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it

A rare 1979 [video] interview with Buckminster Fuller

 

"...the way you and I are designed, the way you and I behave is completely the consequence of the environment we find ourselves in."

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The development of coworking spaces ::: Deskmag - The Coworking Magazine

The development of coworking spaces ::: Deskmag - The Coworking Magazine | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it

The coworking movement is growing, not just on a worldwide level, but also within each city. The Global Coworking Survey shows that the more spaces a city has, the more profitable all of them become.


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The Cube Temporary Restaurant, by Park Associati

The Cube Temporary Restaurant, by Park Associati | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it

"It arrived in London last week: The Cube - dining with a view, the temporary restaurant that has been travelling around Europe since last year. "

 

"The structure has been wrapped in a shiny aluminium skin. The sinuous shape is emphasised by the white colour and a pierced surface, which, mixed with large glass facades, creates different transparency effects and frame evocative glimpses of the city."

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Green Roofs are Changing Architecture: Erick Van Egeraat's Drents Museum Is Built Under A Park

Green Roofs are Changing Architecture: Erick Van Egeraat's Drents Museum Is Built Under A Park | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
Here is another example of how green roofs are creating a whole new type of architecture that people can walk on and enjoy.
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7 Ways To Disrupt Your Industry

7 Ways To Disrupt Your Industry | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
Massive disruption is coming, and the only question is whether your firm is going to cause it or fall victim to it.

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Incredible Modern Home Built Using Four Shipping Containers - Casa El Tiamblo

Incredible Modern Home Built Using Four Shipping Containers - Casa El Tiamblo | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it

"the residence has a highly intriguing appearance, ranking high in originality. The blue containers give the home a playful exterior and a dynamic one as well. The interiors are surprising to say the least. Subtle rustic decorative elements and wood accents are mixed with modern furniture units. The result?- an elegant home, filled with warmth and inspiring decors...."


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Guinness Deep-Sea Bar / Jump Studios

Guinness Deep-Sea Bar / Jump Studios | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it

London-based architecture practice, Jump Studios, recently completed the interior of a submarine for the first ever Guinness deep-sea bar

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Asheville Shipping Container Home Designs, North Carolina | Big Boom Blog

Asheville Shipping Container Home Designs, North Carolina | Big Boom Blog | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
Shipping Container home plans and renderings from Big Boom Design.
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A Church Whose Roof Would Become An Urban Hotspot

A Church Whose Roof Would Become An Urban Hotspot | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
In 2009, the community of Våler, Norway, sustained a severe blow: Their 17th-century church caught fire and burned to the ground.
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Swooping Birds Fly Across An Oversized Game Boy Screen, Made of 3600 LCDs

Swooping Birds Fly Across An Oversized Game Boy Screen, Made of 3600 LCDs | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
This ribbon of pixels looks like an 8-bit waterfall or maybe a Game Boy for Godzilla.

 

“The intended effect is to inspire visitors to the museum with a moment of wonder about what it is they are seeing. We hope that a moment of wonder leads to the desire to discover more about the science behind the patterns, and a discovery of the natural systems and forces at work in nature that leads to such beautiful patterns,”

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The Bowooss Bionic Inspired Research Pavilion | Design | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com

The Bowooss Bionic Inspired Research Pavilion | Design | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it

The School of Architecture at Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany, have lead a collaborative research project into bionic inspired wooden shell structures. They have designed and built a temporary pavilion, inspired by the material-efficient construction methods found in nature. Do you like it?


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coral-repo - Coral - Google Project Hosting

coral-repo - Coral - Google Project Hosting | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it

Coral is an open-source visual programming environment to help artists and coders with rapid prototyping of CGI algorithms and workflows.

The project is meant to be a community effort to maintain a free core technology, the aim is to have a powerful foundation for many exciting consumer applications or in-house tools.


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Thank you! This project rocks!
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3D Rippling Fluid Walls in The Water Planet by Urban A&O

3D Rippling Fluid Walls in The Water Planet by Urban A&O | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it

Urban A&O designed 3D rippling fluid walls for the Steinhart Aquarium in San Francisco, California. The Steinhart Aquarium exhibits the diversity of life on earth and the varied habitats it creates. No aquarium has ever provided an encompassing view of the link between water and life that makes this planet unique. The centerpiece of the Steinhart Aquarium is The Water Planet, a 10,000 square foot exhibition incorporating new modes of exhibition, design and technology. The space integrates living animals and powerful multimedia in order to bring complex natural phenomena within ready grasp of young visitors and families.


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Fast food intake increases risk of diabetes and heart disease in Singapore

Fast food intake increases risk of diabetes and heart disease in Singapore | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
Researchers have examined the eating habits of residents in Singapore and found new evidence that a diet heavy in fast food increases the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease.

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Putting the Fab Back in PreFab: Connect Homes | Apartment Therapy

Putting the Fab Back in PreFab: Connect Homes | Apartment Therapy | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
Instead of building a basic module that conforms to the size of a shipping container (the usual route, which makes shipping cost-prohibitve to anyone who lives far from where the basic components are manufactured), ...

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you not are conventional guy .i really like you dising. i am fou fan.
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8 Awesome Airstream Hotels, From the California Desert to the French Pyrenees

8 Awesome Airstream Hotels, From the California Desert to the French Pyrenees | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
A drive-in movie theater in the wilderness and an urban rooftop are just a few of the innovative spots from which stylish trailer hotels are popping up.

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Underground Bolton Eco House in England by Make Architects

Underground Bolton Eco House in England by Make Architects | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
Building houses underground once seemed like something that was only meant for our favorite superhero movies, but over the past few years many different dwellings like the Aloni Residence have proved this architectural feat can be done as a practical living space.

 

Dubbed the “house of the future” this stunning Bolton Eco House now joins the list of underground homes, but this one also does so in an eco-friendly manner. . . .

 

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Dr. Jeya Henry discusses the Glycemic Index of Foods

Presented by Vision Media Productions. At a recent symposium (sponsored by Oxford International Biomedical Centre and Vision.org) titled "Access, Not Excess,"a doctor calls for balance—and describes the problems with low-fat diets, low-carb diets and high-protein diets. He also explains that fitness is not tied to skinniness, and urges people not to be too obsessed with weight.


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2012's Most Interesting Buildings So Far

2012's Most Interesting Buildings So Far | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it
Under-the-radar but exciting new buildings.
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The Balena Project - Rollerhaus

The Balena Project - Rollerhaus | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it

An idea to rescue plastic waste from the ocean, mold it into balls filled with hydrogen, which would then float into the atmosphere, eventually coming back down to earth where they can be collected and recycled.

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Amory Lovins: A 50-year plan for energy

"In this intimate talk filmed at TED’s offices, energy theorist Amory Lovins lays out the steps we must take to end the world’s dependence on oil (before we run out). Some changes are already happening — like lighter-weight cars and smarter trucks — but some require a bigger vision."

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Historic Photos From the NYC Municipal Archives

Historic Photos From the NYC Municipal Archives | architecture, technology & business | Scoop.it

"The New York City Municipal Archives just released a database of over 870,000 photos from its collection of more than 2.2 million images of New York throughout the 20th century. Their subjects include daily life, construction, crime, city business, aerial photographs, and more."

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