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Stephanie is a veteran print and web author covering architecture, design, art and more. With six years of experience writing for WebUrbanist, hers is one of the core voices that defines the site. She has an uncanny knack for discovering and sharing hidden built environments, including abandoned places, world wonders, monumental mysteries and other urban secrets, some of which are hidden in plain sight.

Brandalism: Replacing Bus Shelter Ads with Art in the UK

Over three hundred bus shelter ads across the UK have been replaced with thought-provoking works criticizing capitalist culture by 40 street artists. The ...

Travel Through Trees: Root-Like Wooden Tunnel Installation

You may have to crouch a little to take a journey through this system of tunnels, but it’s worth it to feel as if you’re traveling through the ...

Compact Cooking: 15 Modular & Multipurpose Kitchen Designs

Most of us only use our kitchens a couple times daily, so why should they take up an entire room of valuable space? Compact, modular kitchens that can be ...

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LA River Rehab: Dramatic Urban Revitalization Planned

Currently a concrete wasteland along most of its urban length, the Los Angeles River is set to get a dramatic billion-dollar makeover with the backing of the ...

Loaves of Art: Classical Works Revealed in Slices of Glass

This loaf of colored glass may not look like much from the outside, but slice into it and you’ll find an incredible recreation of Leonardo da ...

Dream Boats: 15 Insanely Luxurious Super-Yacht Designs

If you have a few hundred million in the bank (or just like to fantasize about it,) you’ll want to peruse this selection of superyachts decked out with ...

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Electrifying Art: Sculptures Made of Wire and Cable Ties

All it took to create this series of sculptures – aside from ingenuity and artistic talent, of course – was a trip to the hardware store for some ...

The Future Takes Flight: 13 Forward-Thinking Airport Ideas

With their inefficient terminals and bloated footprints, today’s airports are typically ill-equipped to adapt to sharp increases in demand, scarce land ...

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DreamVendor: 3D Printing Kiosk Makes Your Vision Reality

If you could have a vending machine spit out a small object in any shape you could dream up, what would it be? The DreamVendor, an interactive 3D printing ...

Decaying Detroit: Google Street View Shows Transformations

The architectural equivalent of ‘Faces of Meth,’ these compiled Google Street View images of Detroit from 2009 through 2013 paint a ...

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