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Earthscraper: 1000 Vertical Feet of Inverted Pyramid
Skyscrapers shoot up in most cities, but what are developers to do in growing places where new building construction is limited to less than ten stories tall?
Infinite Garden Multiplies Miniature Forest with Mirrors
Holes in a hovering white canvas box give the viewer a glimpse of a seemingly magical landscape in which a small planted area becomes a vast forest.
Alternative Landmarks: 12 Monuments As They Almost Were
Major landmarks around the world, from the Sydney Opera House to the Lincoln Memorial, could have been dramatically different if these proposals were accepted.
Spectral Studio: 20 Sq m Space Uses Light & Dark as Decor
In an Paris apartment with just over 200 square feet, it is almost impossible to imagine anything but the more bare essentials resulting a boring space.
Scooped: 12 Chilled Out Abandoned Ice Cream Stands
Cone in 60 seconds? Though these 12 cool abandoned ice cream stands thought they could take a licking and keep on ticking, they ended up just being licked.
Find the Perfect Parking Spot Before You Even Leave Home
ParkMe is an app that lets you browse available parking structures, lots, and street spaces from the comfort of your home computer or smartphone.
NeoLucida: Optical Drawing Tool Lets You Trace Real Life
An update on a 19th century optical drawing tool lets artists trace the real world around them. The NeoLucida will soon be available for just $40.
Small Worlds: Strange & Shocking Miniature City Scenes
There is no unifying theme to these surreal depictions of urban architecture and landscapes, save perhaps their imaginative improbability and singular creator.
Under 400 SF: New Modular Micro-Apartments for NYC
NYC faces a small-unit housing crunch. And the results are in: award-winning compact units ranging from 250 to 330 square feet each have arrived.