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    London’s First Eco-Friendly, Human-Powered Gym Is Here

    Rebel 1 announced that they were going single-use plastic free. Gyms are hotbeds of unnecessary plastic waste; the numbers of plastic bottles and protein shake cups that get binned every day is absurd. In fact, Rebel 1 took action after calculating ...
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    Soak In Views Of The Indian Himalayas At This Bamboo-Clad Hotel Villa

    Perched high in the mountains of Uttarakhand, India sits The Kumaon, a rustic yet elegant hotel with breathtaking Himalayan views. Zowa Architects designed the hotel to highlight the natural landscape as much as possible while sticking to a minimal footprint and locally sourced ...
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    Beautiful Villas Embedded In A Remote Chinese Mountain Pass Live In Harmony With Nature

    Blending the man-made into nature without doing harm is difficult, but Origin Architects have managed to embed a series of modern villas into the foot of China’s Eurasia-Changbai Mountain range while simultaneously restoring a large part of an adjacent felled forest. By ...
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    You Can Now Spend The Night At The Vipp Shelter Hotel In The Swedish Forests

    When the vipp shelter initially made its debut, adventurers rejoiced. for 1,000.00 euros a night, this 55 sqmpeaceful hideaway awaits you in the swedish wilderness.  every piece of the shelter’s dark-toned interior is carefully selected to keep focus on what is important — ...
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    Floating Sauna With Charred Timber Cladding Boasts Minimal Site Impact

    When Milan-based Small Architecture Workshop was asked to design a tiny sauna for a bed and breakfast in Åmot, Sweden, they wanted to do so with minimal environmental impact. The result of their efforts is this dreamy floating sauna on a lake wrapped in ...
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    What Will Eco-Friendly Cities of the Future Look Like?

    If cities of the future use half of the sustainable energy capabilities we have today — or are in the process of inventing — we will be living in the future. Sleek panels glimmering in the sunlight; large, lazily-spinning wind ...
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    Shipping Container House Takes Jumping the Shark to New Heights

    Yup, when it’s a hundred and ten degrees in the California desert, there is no better place to be than inside a shipping container. What could be more comfortable than a steel box? Oh, wait — according to architect James Whitaker ...
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    Powered Blocks: Energy Generating Building Blocks

    What if the very materials used to construct a building could be used to power that same building? That’s the idea behind Solar Squared – it’s solar power creation and building in one… and it looks damn good! Almost indistinguishable ...
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    MAAD Design Applies Resilient Design Principles to H.Q. and Camp

    Resilient design is most commonly associated with disaster prone areas where buildings are designed to withstand severe storms, flooding, wildfire, and other environmental impacts brought about by natural causes, climate change, or infrastructure failures.   The Resilient Design Institute defines Resilient ...