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Links 1 through 10 of 34 by Francis Anderson tagged architecture

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Architect turns cramped apartment into 24-room mansion

Apartments are so tiny in Hong Kong, architect Gary Chang had to figure out some way to deal with the problem. Using a series of ingeniously-designed moving walls, he turned his 344-square-foot abode into a veritable mansion. With a quick slide of a series of walls, he's transformed his tiny space into his choice of 24 different configurations.

Apartments are so tiny in Hong Kong, architect Gary Chang had to figure out some way to deal with the problem. Using a series of ingeniously-designed moving walls, he turned his 344-square-foot abode into a veritable mansion. With a quick slide of a series of walls, he's transformed his tiny space into his choice of 24 different configurations.

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Detroit is in a very interesting state. It’s simultaneously decomposing, and evolving into a new city. The Sweet Juniper blog has documented some of the evolution of Detroit in a series of photos they call “Feral Houses”. The images show how the yearly summer plant growth overtakes the many abandoned structures around the city, seemingly reclaiming them for nature.

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Calling all future-forward architects, urban designers, renegade planners and imaginative engineers:
Show us how you would re-invent the suburbs! What would a McMansion become if it weren’t a single-family dwelling? How could a vacant big box store be retrofitted for agriculture? What sort of design solutions can you come up with to facilitate car-free mobility, ‘burb-grown food, and local, renewable energy generation? We want to see how you’d design future-proof spaces and systems using the suburban structures of the present, from small-scale retrofits to large-scale restoration—the wilder the better!

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Free green home designs ... FreeGreen's goal is to "give our users house plans which simultaneously provide design and product options that meet or exceed existing third party standards, while giving users choice and options in the realm of cost, style, and environmental commitment."

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Which architects have the most unusual, influential visions for the field? Fast Company weighs in...

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In a celebration that was as much about architecture as it was about marketing, JetBlue cut the ribbon Monday at its new $740 million, 72-acre terminal at New York's JFK Airport. Branded "JetBlue T5," it's the first new terminal built in the U.S. since 9/11. In erecting its futuristic, 26-gate hub alongside TWA's landmark Saarinen terminal, JetBlue is hoping to inject some glamour back into flying.

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Recently a trio of entrepreneurs announced an incredible solution for the world’s resource problems: turn the Sahara desert into a source for food, water, and energy. The Sahara Forest Project is a solution that combines seemingly disparate technologies - Concentrated solar power and Seawater Greenhouses - and turns them into a mean, green super-massive biomachine. The elegant system could potentially produce enough energy for all of Africa and Europe while turning one of the world’s most inhospitable regions into a flourishing oasis.

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“This year’s series, “Ugly New Buildings”, addresses how in the past few years much of Brooklyn has been torn down to make way for luxury housing. Personally, I can’t say I like the new modern architecture very much..."

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Stirefrint are launching a pop-up outpost in an abandoned printing house in L.A. For five weeks, the new spot will host "CCCP", a show of Soviet-era architectural photography

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