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Limited by Mexico City’s space and height restrictions, a team of Mexican architects have designed a subterranean, 65 story glass and steel pyramid… an “earthscraper”. Cool idea but is it practical? Read more about it here.
Lance Wovens is a new company started by an Italian, Stefano Bruni and his American fiancée, Anne Arnold. The concept behind the company is a merging of cultures (Italian and American). Made of woven leather, their products are inspired by things as American as the plaid shirt. Read more in this NEW YORK TIMES article.
Architecture for Humanity has launched the 2011 Open Architecture Challenge: [UN] RESTRICTED ACCESS, asking architects and designers to partner with community groups across the world to develop innovative solutions to re-envision closed, abandoned and decommissioning military sites.
Thomas Feichtner’s new M3 chair! The name M3 is derived from the measurements of the chair (one cubic meter).
This snappy little tower designed by Wilson & Hill Architects, was designed to resemble a large deck chair or over-sized piece of beach furniture.