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Crazy home carved into a coastal cliff has a swimming pool roof

Careful! This crazy concrete home could make you seasick. Carved into a cliff overlooking the Aegean Sea, Casa Brutale is a brutalist building …

Swimming Pools

Why You Should Advertise Your App On Television

From ad networks and exchanges to demand-side platforms and other app publishers, app marketers have left no stone unturned when it comes to finding new mobile channels on which to advertise their apps. And yet, as the market matures and evolves, most developers are finding mobile as a channel to …


Shanghai’s New Natural History Museum Looks Like a Crazy Ancient Fortress

This is so cool.<p>The brand new Natural History Museum in Shanghai has just opened for business, and it features the coolest water garden we've ever …

House B10 by Werner Sobek Group

<i>From the architect</i>. Active House B10 is part of a research project examining how innovative materials, structural designs and technologies can …

A Look at ZIGG Condos' Indoor and Outdoor Amenity Spaces

New developments are transforming the streetscapes of St. Clair Avenue West, taking best advantage of the strip's great walkability and its great …

Madefire Updates Motion Book Tool to Add Animation Features

Madefire has added a new and heavily requested feature to its Motion Book Tool for creating interactive digital comics: animated sequences.<p>An update to the tool now lets artists insert short animations (sprites) into their Motion Books. Playback and visibility of those sequences are controlled via …

Mattise Beach Club by Oldfield Knott Architects

Joshua Tree’s Hypnotically Reflective Desert Shack

<i>Lucid Stead</i> is an architectural installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III that takes an existing structure in the deserts of Joshua Tree, California and revitalizes it with mirrors, LED lights, and custom built technology to accentuate the beauty of the bare landscape. Aptly referred to as an …

Joshua Tree

A Path in the Forest by Tetsuo Kondo Architects

Tetsuo Kondo Architects have designed a path through a park in Tallinn, Estonia.<p>From the architects<p>In the elegant woods of Kadriorg, we added a …

Pingtan Art Museum / MAD

Chinese firm MAD sends us their latest museum project: Pingtang Art Museum. With a projected area of over 40,000 square meters and as the largest …

Architizer Journal: The Official Architizer Blog

We're building a comprehensive, firm-wide resource for project specifications.<p>This is what great architecture looks like today.<p>Find the best brands for every architectural product and material.<p>KAPSARC is a massive program of interlocking hexagons.<p>Studio Gang designs for sun across the United States.<p>…


Madison Square Garden Limited to 10 Year Permit

A landslide vote (47-1) by the New York City Council has limited the permit for Madison Square Garden to just 10 years. The decision comes after the …

Penn Station

#pool with Sabi Chaise by Paola Lenti

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Greek architecture studio 314 have recently completed a stunning private house in Athens, Greece. The house was designed in order to give the sense of hovering over the water and sailing, inspired by the owners love for yachts. The bioclimatic design of the residence, the cooling feeling of the house through the contact of water and the use of sun and the geothermic energy are consistent in developing a highly dynamic and modern but also eco friendly design. (o

Arboretum Playground by Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Taylor Cullity Lethlean has delivered a new playground at Australia’s National Arboretum, located in Canberra, Australia.<p>Description<p>Australia’s most …

Watch Douglas Engelbart Give The Greatest Presentation In History

Douglas Engelbart, most famous for inventing the computer mouse, has died at 88. Here, we celebrate him giving the most incredible technical demonstration of all time.<p>The first time I watched the Mother of All Demos, I thought I was being pranked. And as I realized it was real, I got chills.<p>Douglas …

Stunning SongJiang Hotel Project Takes Advantage of Abandoned Water-Filled Quarry

<b>SongJiang Hotel concept</b> is pretty stunning project, it’s been won by Atkins as part of an international design competition to design a 5-star resort …

The Jungle House is a most luxurious version of the #treehouse. It has brilliant white, organically shaped #architecture and an extremely comfortable interior. design by Andreas Wenning for Baumraum (o http://designdautore.blogspot.it/2013/06/tree-house.html

Now 200M Users Strong, Viber Launches Desktop App With Video Calling In Version 3.0

Viber has made quite a name for itself as a global mobile first company, but today that all changes as the company breaks ground in the desktop space. That means that starting today, Viber’s 200 million+ users will have access to their Viber contacts from both mobile and desktop.<p>The rollout is part …

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3Tree House Restaurant in New Zealand (o)

Terunobu Fujimori’s stunning Tetsu Teahouse is perched in the garden of the Kiyoharu Shirakaba Museum in Yamanashi Prefecture in Japan and offers cherry blossom admirers an incomparable bird’s-eye view. Photo by Akihisa Masuda (j)


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Charles Jencks, American-born landscape architect and historian, has developed a garden inspired by questions of modern science and issues concerning the laws of nature. The themes explored include DNA, the senses, and the concepts of space and time, represented by the extensive and impressive manipulation of the landscape and siting of individual sculptures and forms. The entire 30 acre site itself is a deliberate, considered, sculpture demonstrarting mans' interaction with the environment. Situated at Portrack House in Dumfries and Galloway the garden was established by Charles Jencks and his late wife Maggie Keswick, the founder of the Maggie's cancer caring centres, and it has continued to grow and develop since her death in 1995. That the garden has a distinct concept harks back to an earlier era when gardens were built to represent themes and ideas, rather than what is now generally considered to be their purpose - as a horticultural display. Situated on Charles Jencks' private estate, and described as probably the most important modern garden in Europe, it is only open to the public on one day a year.(o http://billward.eu/cosmic/cosmic.htm

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