The streets of Camden will be paved with Amy Winehouse-themed art. The exhibition will run until September and looks at the Brit singer’s Jewish roots.
Space Explorer, once a Kickstarter campaign by Robin Mellor, is pioneering new model for a worldwide public art & design exhibition. The ap. Space Explorer. Space Explorer, once a Kickstarter campaign by Robin Mellor, is pioneering new model for a worldwide public art & design exhibition. The app itself inspires exploration, embracing everyday surr…
There are almost 10 million buildings in the Netherlands. This data map by the Waag Society and software engineer Bert Spaan can tell you the age, size, program and more of every single one.
Explore the cities cleaning up their smoggy past for a greener, more sustainable future. Here’s our list of the New East’s 10 greenest cities
The world’s first solar panel road has officially opened in a small village in Normandy, France. Built in the small village of Tourouvre-au-Perche, the 1 kilometer route, dubbed the “Wattway,” is covered in 2,800 square meters of photovoltaic panels. It is designed to be used by up to 2,000 motorists per day,
Does the architect’s World Trade Center station live up to its $4 billion price tag? And would some of that money been better spent elsewhere?
Aleppo had once been Syria’s largest city; thousands of years ago, it was a terminus of the Silk Road. Mohammed thought it could again be beautiful, modern, strong. From his worktable, a new Aleppo grew, one from which he had erased all traces of a half-decade of strife: a city without ISIS, Al Nusra, or […]
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Landscape architecture is, far too often, the forgotten profession of the construction industry.
A house that inspires strong opinions!. Spanish house is dug into a hillside, needs no heat or cooling. But could it be the ugliest house we have ever shown on TreeHugger?
An intriguing land art intervention from artist Estelle Chretien. French artist Estelle Chrétien often works with the earth, producing land art installations that subtly weave a human experience into the natural landscape. In her work Ground Operation, Chrétien dug a small division into a lawn which she then stitched back together with electrical cable like […]
What’s it like to glide over a river of blue, bioluminescent algae? Ask a cyclist in the town of Lidzbark Warminski, Poland, which is experimenting with a night-glowing bike path.