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Current climate models say we're on track for some pretty drastic changes if we don't reduce our carbon footprint. But a new study has found a huge potential source of carbon emissions that are so far not accounted for in climate models: reservoirs of gases trapped at the seafloor, which could be released as the oceans warm up. And it's happened before, with the team suggesting that these
the project contributes to building a local, circular economy, as it employs plastic waste from the local industry to produce chairs in the same area. The post snøhetta recycles worn-out fish nets and ocean waste into S-1500 chair for NCP appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the tapestry represents planet earth’s vast area of salt water and a refusal to contribute to the production of industrial waste. The post vanessa barragão upcycles industrial textile waste with the handcrafted ocean tapestry appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Here’s a 5-minute short film by filmmaker Robert Sherwood about the work of Australian photographer Trent Mitchell and his latest project Inner Atlas, a series of portraits of bodysurfers flowing with ocean waves.“This portrait series celebrates the human spirit through movements of the sea in an unfamiliar and forgotten space,” Mitchell writes in his artist statement. “I
After five years and 8,700 mi (14,000 km), a lost oceanographic instrument package has turned up on a beach in Tasmania. The deep-ocean monitoring equipment belonging to Britain's National Oceanography Centre (NOC) was lost on Christmas Day 2013 in the northern Drake Passage after a failed recovery effort, but was found by a Tasmanian resident after an epic drift clear across the South Pac
Around six weeks have passed since the Ocean Cleanup Project installed its first trash-catching system in the Pacific, and it hasn't exactly been smooth sailing for the huge floating barrier so far. The team reports that attempts to overcome some initial teething problems haven't exactly gone to plan, with the team searching for new solutions to bring its system up to speed... Continue Rea
the designers developed a wallpaper using imagery of plastics found in the ocean, then used it to wrap the entire space. The post shed wraps london shop in ocean debris to spread the ‘pass on plastic’ message appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
belgian architecture journalist veerle helsen dropped everything to embark on the adventure of a lifetime. The post leafing through the pages of this surf + architecture book feels like swimming in the ocean appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
five meters below the waves an all-glass structure offers 180-degree panoramic views of the ocean’s marine life. The post world’s first underwater hotel villa opens beneath the indian ocean appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Paris-based artist Tadashi Kawamata has created a monumental installation of ocean plastic in the Oval Gallery of Lisbon's Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology. Read more


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