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MVRDV installs temporary ramp network for photo festival in the netherlands


titled the 'infinity path', the scheme takes the form of a raised pathway that offers views of the city.

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liu jiakun completes monochrome hotel as part of sifang art museum complex in china


in addition, structures by wang shu, david adjaye, and ai weiwei provide on-site accommodation in the form of individual villas.

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high tech meets high design: master & dynamic’s MW07 true wireless earphones


hot on the heels of collaborations with acclaimed architect david adjaye and celebrated tattoo artist scott campbell, the company has now made its first foray into the wireless earphone sector.

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amsterdam to frankfurt in 53 minutes? UNStudio unveils hyperloop ‘stations of the future’


‘the hyperloop is not only a realistic and viable alternative to flying, it is going to revolutionize travel,’ says ben van berkel.

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first look: SOM is building hudson yards’ tallest residential tower in new york


the soaring limestone and glass structure will contain 22,000 square feet of luxury amenities, including state-of-the-art health and fitness facilities.

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kengo kuma completes V&A dundee design museum in scotland


stretching out into the river tay, the japanese architect's geometric design is inspired by the region's dramatic cliffs.

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bambubuild creates versatile bamboo pavilion that can be reused and relocated


the project demonstrates the potential of bamboo to be reused and reconfigured – highlighting its sustainability.

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bamboo restaurant and bar in vietnam are shaped like conical hats


the buildings form part of an ecotourism resort, where the site’s architecture has been designed to reflect the appearance of a typical vietnamese village.

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prefabricated bamboo components comprise this restaurant in vietnam


the design features an elongated boat-shaped roof, with the dining area below completely open to the elements.

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masters students propose canopy that uses drones to continuously adapt


it is imagined that the canopy, which comprises modular components, could respond in real-time to the movement of the sun or other climatic conditions.

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