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Vietnamese architect Chu Van Dong has completed a tiny house project that offers a cheap and easy solution for temporary housing or tiny living. Dubbed Forest House, the 12-sq m (129-sq ft) home rests on two stilts and is one of three wooden cabins planned for a vast forest landscape in the Sóc Sơn District, 30.6 km (19 mi) outside of Hanoi, Vietnam...Continue Reading Vietnamese Forest House
Over the last few decades architects and designers have started burrowing. Rammed earth structures, reclaimed war bunkers, and homes dug into hills have turned buildings inward instead of upward. Here we present a gallery featuring the most fascinating, weird, and experimental underground designs from recent years...Continue Reading Gallery: From buried bunkers to hobbit homes - a look at und
Seoul studio Augmented Reality Architects has completed a house in the South Korean city of Gimhae featuring a facade formed of vertical metal poles that shields an interior arranged around a series of courtyard gardens. Read more
Nothing makes the connection between indoor and outdoor space like a courtyard. This week's roundup of images from Pinterest celebrates some of the best examples, from a Japanese house built around a family's beloved tree, to the open-air courtyard of an apartment block in one of LA's densest neighbourhoods. Read more
Though 4K is still in the process of supplanting Full HD as the home TV resolution of choice, manufacturers are already preparing 8K systems for release. LG Display is celebrating the start of a new year by announcing the world's first 8K OLED display that rocks 88 diagonal inches. The living room centerpiece of the near future will be shown at CES in Las Vegas next week...Continue Reading LG
Bacteria are hardy little creatures, but even they have their limits. One of those was previously thought to be polar ice and snow, but a new study from the University of York has now directly observed bacteria living in those conditions in both the Arctic and Antarctic regions. That discovery has implications for our understanding of the planet's past climate, as well as where we might hope
Once widespread across the deserts of inland Australia, the Crest-tailed Mulgara was largely wiped out by invasive rabbits, cats and foxes. The cutesy carnivorous marsupial hasn't been seen in the state of New South Wales for a century, but environment scientists from a university in Sydney have recently rediscovered the creature in the area, alive and well...Continue Reading Marsupial long t
Boss 101 was our first game as a team but not my first game in the industry. I take a look at what got me to Boss 101, and the ups and downs of moving from big games to indie development. ...
toronto’s expo for design, innovation and technology (EDIT 2017) is a 10 day festival produced by design exchange. this year, the living architecture systems group (LAS) collaborated with artists, scientists, designers, and engineers to create astrocyte, an empathetic soundspace that feels and speaks with its viewers. the project, led by philip beesley, is a testament […]The post living arc
Phoenix architecture firm The Construction Zone has completed a house in Arizona's Sonoran desert, taking full advantage of the arid climate with living spaces both inside and out. Read more


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