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Figure 5: Tomographic short axis view from a DSI dataset of a normal rat heart. The... - Open-i

Figure 5: Tomographic short axis view from a DSI dataset of a normal rat heart. The... - Open-i | Architecture | Scoop.it
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Rhythmic Embodiment | KARAMBA3D

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Diploma Thesis, Studio Hani Rashid, University of Applied Arts, Vienna
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The World's Most Amazing Structures Not Built by Humans

The World's Most Amazing Structures Not Built by Humans | Architecture | Scoop.it
Humans are far from the only creatures with the ability to shape the environment in their favor. From insects and arachnids to marine invertebrates and mammals, the animal kingdom is rife with members who all construct their own habitats. Here are the most prolific builders in Animalia.

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EDAG's Genesis: The 3D printed car of the future

EDAG's Genesis: The 3D printed car of the future | Architecture | Scoop.it
Additive Manufacturing is set to change the world and an example of what the printed automobile might look like will be on display at the Geneva Motor Show ...

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Slow Life: Hypnotizing Macro Timelapse Of Exotic Corals Made With 150,000 Photos

Slow Life: Hypnotizing Macro Timelapse Of Exotic Corals Made With 150,000 Photos | Architecture | Scoop.it
Daniel Stoupin, a PhD student at the University of Queensland in Australia, has created a stunning must-see video that will open your eyes to just how little most of us understand about the many different forms of life we have here on Earth. His “Slow Life” video combines thousands of ...

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CIAB Pavillon | KARAMBA3D

CIAB Pavillon | KARAMBA3D | Architecture | Scoop.it
Candela Revisited The pavilion was designed by Zaha Hadid Architects London for the China International Architectural Biennal. It reinterprets Felix Candela’s works with complementary hypar shells, which are both highly structural and sculptural. As a concept contrasting the originals, the optimal structural logic was partially broken by linking the three parts in the middles of their surfaces, not at the edges. The introduced disturbance is expressed and accounted by the grid-shell pattern as a secondary tectonic logic.
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Creating successful Smart Cities in 2014 will be an economic, financial and political challenge, not an engineering accomplishment

Creating successful Smart Cities in 2014 will be an economic, financial and political challenge, not an engineering accomplishment | Architecture | Scoop.it

Why insurers, pension funds and politics will be more important to Smart Cities in 2014 than "Living Labs" or technology. I hope that 2014 will be the year in which we see widespread and large-scale investments in future city technology infrastructures that enable sustainable, equitably distributed economic and social growth. The truth is that we are still in the very early stages of that process. In 2012 I spoke with a Director at a financial consultancy who’d performed a survey of European Smart City initiatives. She confirmed something that I suspected at the time: that the great majority of Smart City initiatives up to that point in the mature markets of Europe and North America had been financed by research funding, rather than on a commercial basis. ....


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