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The Nature Conservancy recently revealed the winning photographs from its massive global contest hunting down the most glorious images of nature across five categories. The winning photograph from French photographer Camille Briottet, illustrates the majesty of two wild Stallions frolicking in the mud... Continue Reading The astonishing Nature Conservancy Photo Contest winners Category: D
The Nature Conservancy recently revealed the winning photographs from its massive global contest hunting down the most glorious images of nature across five categories. The winning photograph from French photographer Camille Briottet, illustrates the majesty of two wild Stallions frolicking in the mud... Continue Reading Gallery: The astonishing Nature Conservancy Photo Contest winners Ca
Nature photographer Morten Hilmer warns to always expect the unexpected when out in nature and in the video below, we can see why. While stalking deer in a full camouflaged setup, an evening which began as uneventful became a very full and exciting outing. Hilmer's kit was certainly well-suited for surprise wildlife visitors, featuring the Nikon D5 flagship DSLR and a Nikon 600mm f/4 teleph
ahead of a symposium at the triennale teatro dell’arte, designboom sat down with paola antonelli, curator of the upcoming XXII triennale di milano, to learn more about the monumental exhibition. The post paola antonelli on the curation of ‘broken nature’, the upcoming XXII triennale di milano appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In our relatively short time at the top of the food chain, humans have left an impression that will literally last until the Sun swallows the Earth a few billion years from now. But how does our relentless activity impact the creatures we currently share the planet with? A new study has found that mammals across the globe are increasingly turning nocturnal, in a bid to avoid contact with u
ahead of his talk during milano arch week last month, designboom sat down with the studio's co-founder to discuss its approach, integrating nature and the urban landscape, and the importance of primordial instincts. The post nature and the urban environment: designboom interviews ensamble studio’s antón garcia-abril appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the intervention helps free locals from the narrow options of the main-street, offering an escape to the grass lawn with a view of the water. The post the maitland riverlink opens an australian downtown to the surrounding nature appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the winning entry of the imagine angers competition in western france, arborescence is a mixed-use project integrating housing, workspaces and public areas. The post crespy & aumont architectes and WY-TO’s tree-like structure blends city and nature appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
To most of us, ice is just ice. But scientists have categorized no less than 16 types, created under different conditions and featuring different crystalline structures. Most of these have only been created in the lab, but now, geoscientists at the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) have discovered a type known as Ice VII (seven) locked inside diamonds. This marks the first time the substa
lying at a scale between sculpture and architecture, MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY has devised a playful and mystical structure that invites both curiosity and contemplation. The post ‘pines sanctuary’, an arboreal architectural labyrinth that mimics mother nature appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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