Porsanger Blossom in Finnmark. Porsanger Blossom can be loaded as a strategy for Norway to prepare for future climate change. These are basically green houses that help people to survive in Norway, the region is expected to witness the migration of large scale flooding due to tropical islands in the neighborhood.
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3D Architecture: Submergence by Paul Typa. Our dependence on automobiles has led to high levels of pollution. Cities today are so full of noxious fumes that citizens witnessed some areas to walk around with their faces covered by masks. As it seems possible to walk long distances, there is an urgent need to …Read More
MAD Architects’ Fake Hills development is inspired by nature. China-based architectural firm MAD Architects unveiled the design of housing development located in the coastal city of Beihai. The development combines two types that are common to most residential developments in China, including high altitude and long-term, low-rise blocks.
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Urban Space: Pini@Pigneto by GOMMA Architecture Design. The Pini @ Pigneto GOMMAdesign this idea shared by a large urban space that holds the promise of a good time without causing any damage to the environment. Architecture and design of this project is inspired by nature and it is logical, because the whole …Read More
Enota Hotel Ribno. The project was to build a luxury hotel on the edge of wooded bluff and designerswere invited to create a structure that does not happen to be an intrusion into the landscape. So they decided to go with a design hotel is more like a mountain of asatellite image with a series of sharp peaks.
The design was inspired by the tops of pine trees and the rest of the design takesRibno Slovenian local architectural elements. Trying to combine with …Read More