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urbnarc’s lakefront resort in kerala has minimal environmental impact while offering villas, a wellness village and spa. The post urbnarc blends natural waterscape with indian vernacular architecture in luxury resort appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
New York designer Anna Karlin has blended organic shapes with machine-cut forms to create a collection of furniture and objects. Read more
In a world where hours of incredible documentary vision of the natural world are just a click away it's easy to become jaded with nature photography. The winners of this year's BigPicture: Natural World Photography Competition will surely snap you out of that complacency with a truly jaw-dropping selection of images, including a profoundly moving snap of an orphaned gorilla with its human
the five piece furniture collection -- called ‘look into nature’ -- draws from the natural world, both in materiality and in form. The post ADAL weaves new furniture from natural forms and materials at milan design week appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
designboom previews the monumental exhibition, which reveals the incredible story of the most iconic dinosaur in the world. The post experience t-rex in immersive virtual reality at the american museum of natural history appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the kengo kuma kazuno station is the winning entry for a design competition hosted for the development of tourist facilities. The post kengo kuma integrates natural hot springs into the oyu road station of kazuno city appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A team of scientists from Germany's University of Tübingen has discovered a novel and unusual sugar molecule that is harmless to animals and humans but can effectively disrupt the growth of various plants and microorganisms. The researchers propose the new molecule as a possible natural herbicide with the same efficacy as the increasingly controversial glyphosate, commonly known as Roundup
the free sliding of the building’s levels derives from the geometry of the dynamic surrounding landscape as if they are floating in their beautiful natural context. The post villa didaar in iran repeats the natural patterns of trees appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Oppenheim Architecture has coated a water-treatment plant in Muttenz, Switzerland, in a mixture of stone and clay, to create a building reminiscent of a natural rock form eroded by flowing water. Read more
David Chipperfield's Zhejiang Museum of Natural History in China is a cluster of monolithic exhibition halls arranged around a garden on a sloping site. Read more


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