FR-EE & foster + partners to design a new airport for mexico city

FR-EE & foster + partners to design a new airport for mexico city ‘I approached fernando romero because I wanted to work with somebody from a younger generation, who is energetic and to impart our shared knowledge – a true collaboration.’ – norman foster.   It has been announced that a collaboration between foster + partners, FR-EE (Fernando Romero Enterprise) andnetherlands airport consultants has won the international competition to design mexico city’s new Read more [...]

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An Abandoned Bangkok Shopping Mall Hides a Fishy Secret

An Abandoned Bangkok Shopping Mall Hides a Fishy Secret In most post-apocalyptic films when the camera pans down the abandoned streets of New York or Tokyo, long after people have disappeared and the buildings have fallen into disrepair, we see nature again thriving. Trees and plants take hold in the sidewalks and wild animals like deer, bears, and lions stalk the ruins left behind by humans. But after descending the staircase at a vacant shopping mall in Bangkok, professional cook and photographer Jesse Read more [...]

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Brando’s private paradise, a luxury eco resort

The Brando eco resort “Tetiaroa is beautiful beyond my capacity to describe. One could say that Tetiaroa is the tincture of the South Seas” Marlon Brando It’s the South Pacific idyll Marlon Brando considered his personal sanctuary after discovering it while filming “Mutiny on the Bounty :in the Sixties.” ‘It was in this natural wonderland that he settled down, and finally found a home ,a step closer to Paradise as he used to say… An Island Named Desire Tetiaroa, best known as Marlon Read more [...]

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Guinness World Record Syrian mural from scrap objects

Six Syrian artists have set the 2014 Guinness World Record   by building the world’s largest  mural made from recycled materials  in Damascus Guinness declared the work the world’s largest mural made of recycled materials. LOUAI BESHARA/AFP / Getty Images The brightly coloured, 720-sq metre work was constructed from aluminum cans, broken mirrors, bicycle wheels and other scrap objects and  its on a street outside a primary school in the centre of the Syrian capital. LOUAI BESHARA/AFP Read more [...]

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The heart of the neighborhood, a hotel that connects people

The hotel trade is a fiercely competitive business. Hoteliers strive to outdo each other with individual concepts in order to offer their guests an unforgettable experience. However, even the best boutique hotels usually seal their guests off from the surroundings in order to generate a feeling of exclusivity. A completely different approach is taken by an unusual design from ZA Architects: “Include, don’t exclude” is the motto. The idea originated with a competition held by the Read more [...]

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