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15 Excellent Color Scheme Generator for Designers

Color schemes and palettes look amazing, professional, neat and can be used for so many different things: websites, all kinds of designs, blogging, …

Color Management

Hill of Buddha by Tadao Ando

The Japanese architect Tadao Ando created a unique religious space in the Sapporo region, in the North of Japan. The temple is an almost entirely …

Tokyo off the beaten path: 5 places to explore

<b>(CNN) —</b> By most measures, Tokyo is the biggest city in the world. For every well-known shopping, sightseeing or nightlife district -- Shibuya, Roppongi, Asakusa -- there are scores of neighborhoods that boast their own vibe but are nonetheless missed by the travel guidebooks.<p>We decided it was time …

Japan

This Incredible Airport With A Rooftop Pool Is About To Get Even Better

You've never wished for a flight delay this badly.<p>Experts recommend arriving at the airport up to three hours before taking an international flight. If you happen to be traveling out of Singapore’s Changi Airport, though, you might want to push that number to two days.<p>Its sparkling ratings for …

Flying

This tropical paradise home has an all-natural swimming lagoon filled with live fish

Brazilian architecture firm Studio MK-27 has turned a breathtaking Miami home into a tropical paradise complete with an all-natural swimming lagoon …

Napoli Afragola Station by Zaha Hadid Architects

Zaha Hadid Architects studio brings to life the Naples Afragola high speed train station. An ultra-modern project that marks a major innovation in …

Bamboo House

Under the rapid urbanization, cities in Vietnam have diverged far from their origins of being low density tropical green spaces. Newly developed urban areas are losing their connection with nature. "Bamboo House" is a small residential project in a narrow alley called “Hem” in Ho-Chi-Minh City. …

Meet Relive, a startup that uses data to turn your outdoor activities into 3D animated videos

Relive, a Dutch startup that has been flying a little under the tech media radar until now, might just be onto something. Inspired by its founders’ experience during a cycling trip whilst on holiday in Tenerife early last year, the company turns activity data, such as that garnered from devices …

Urban Design Can Make Winter More Bearable

Edmonton gets very cold, but it wants to lay out its city to make that cold at least a little more bearable.<p>Edmonton, the capital of Alberta, knows about cold weather, and it wants to do something about it. There’s not much that anyone can do to change the city’s average low temperature of 14˚F …

Urban Design

Japan’s bullet train has made this well-preserved city more accessible than ever

KANAZAWA, Japan — In Japan, history is frequently right around the corner: a venerable little shrine, a neighbourhood temple that’s survived both war …

Japan

This Is How You Do Slow Travel in Japan

Flickr.com/Meredith Kahn<p>Sometimes relaxation doesn't look like what you'd imagined.<p>I recently spent six days buzzing through Tokyo, population 13 …

Macro Photos Show the Strange Beauty of Bug-Eating Sundew Plants

Finnish fine art photographer Joni Niemelä loves capturing and sharing little details in nature that often get unnoticed. One of his recent subjects …

Scientists are using origami to build nanobots

One of the world’s oldest art forms could inspire some particularly futuristic technology. In a paper published in Nature today, a team of scientists from Cornell University showed how origami influenced designs for atom-thick graphene objects that could one day be used in nanotechnology.<p>The …

Nanotech

Articles about 5 crazy cantilevers on Dwell.com - Dwell

I was in New York earlier this week, and stopped into the very charming and hip Bond St. bistro The Smile for lunch.<p>On my final day in Glasgow, and alas my final day in Scotland, I got straight up, tossed a handful of dirty clothes into my now...<p>An architect imagines solutions to the accessibility …

Sinkholes

A Fence of Mirrors Reflects the Changing Landscape | Colossal

<p>Created by artist Alyson Shotz, this reflective picket fence is made entirely of mirrors and has been installed in several locations since 2003. The …

If 27 Famous Artists Designed Buildings

Have you ever loved a painting so much you wanted to step inside and live in it for a while? The aching color of a Rothko composition or a surreal Dali dreamscape might make more exciting living spaces than our boxy apartments or monotonous suburban homes.<p>In his latest illustration series, …