These days, a 12-meter-tall periscope in Brazil is attracting a lot of crowd fascinated by the views across Lagoa, Santa, a lagoon. The Architect, Pedro Barata e Arquiteos Associados, claims it to be world’s biggest periscope.
Solar energy is top option for the world afraid to face the judgment day. Climate change is forcing developed as well as developing countries to use renewable source of energy. All major structures, machines, devices, and everything that requires electricity to operate is looking for
Recently Samarth, Nepal Market Development Programme that works to improve infrastructure in less urbanized areas of Nepal organized International Architectural Contest to develop specialized, modern day, high-altitude shelters for trekkers in the Himalayan country.
These amazing tiny, asymmetrical cabins, which look like movie sets, are built by Dan Pauly from reclaimed wood. His family used to build barns in Minnesota in the 1800s, and now the son has take-over this green practice.
Val Ross is a seed-shaped shelter designed by MUD PROJECTS and is installed at the Centrumeiland of Ijburg in Amsterdam that hosts ‘Urban Campsite, a public exhibition and art-sleep experience.
In India’s North-Eastern State – Meghalaya, you’ll find amazing examples of ‘bio-engineering. Local people or native tribe Khasi has learned to grow bridges out of living roots of rubber trees.
A Himalayan state in India believes in and preaches eco-friendly and sustainable material for construction and plantation of more trees through a unique way. Himachal Pradesh has dedicated a whole bamboo museum to educate people regarding precious bamboo- perhaps, most eco-friendly plant. The structure is
Growing human population is asking for more habitable space and higher agricultural production. Unfortunately, the earth has a limited space and we are expected to adjust in accordance with it. Farming space is shrinking as cities are expanding their range. It’s a tough task to
Most of the world is still unaware of wrath of nature mankind is bound to face sooner or later because of its idiotic experimentation and overwhelming consumption of natural resources. Infrastructure is replacing green land. While it might be too late to reconsider the choice
Milan had hosted ‘feeding the planet’ exhibition and the event witnessed many valuable entries. The Urban Algae Canopy was one of them. The project was developed as a part of the series HORTUS by ecoLogicStudio.