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  • Gorgeous LEGO Hotel Opens in Carlsbad, California

    LEGO enthusiasts of the world will soon be able to rest their heads in their very own LEGO-themed room! This April, the Legoland Hotel in Carlsbad, California will open its doors to excited park goers. Although it’s not made from LEGOs itself, the hotel is...

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  • Amsterdam’s Light Festival With Mysterious LED Installations

    During the darkest time of the year, a vibrant festival of light and water enlivens Amsterdam. Comprised of spectacular light sculptures, LED decorations on bridges, fiery boat parades and huge projections on public buildings, the festival brings together people in the often idyllic historic capital....

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  • Silt Lake City Nile River in Egypt

    In ancient times the Nile valley was subject to periods of flooding that provided people with the irrigation and fertile soil needed to grow crops. Modern dams have radically altered that natural system, but a new proposal by architecture students in Nantes sees a different...

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  • Amazing MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program

    The renderings for Party Wall show a series of steel poles clad in a woven skin of waste wood. Polyester bags filled with water will be suspended within the structure and, rather than build another canopy, CODA made sure that the height and spatial position...

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  • Beautiful Singapore’s Gardens

    Singapore’s extraordinary Gardens by the Bay opened in the summer of 2012, and we are still blown away by the park’s amazing design. Among the project’s highlights is a pair of carbon neutral conservatories – one of which is the largest climate controlled greenhouse in...

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  • Amazing Pavilion Architecture

    Here is an amazing pavilion. Architecture students from McGill University have finally completed “ContemPLAY” – an extremely complex piece of twisted street furniture. The pavilion is located on McGill University’s campus in Montreal and offers students with a peaceful space to take a break from...

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  • Stunning Harbin Ice Festival in China

    The 2013 Harbin Ice Festival in China just kicked off with an incredible array of towering buildings made entirely from ice! Located on Sun Island in Harbin, the festival opened to visitors this month with hundreds of sculptures and structures made from the plentiful ice...

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  • Amazing Car Towers In Wolfsburg Germany

    When a person goes to buy a new car, the anticipation is overwhelming. You can imagine yourself seeing the car all beautiful and shiny and this makes the revealing moment even more dramatic. So imagine that you want to buy a new Volkswagen car and...

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  • LEDscape an Interactive Maze of Glowing LED Bulbs in Lisbon

    Over the holidays LIKE Architects were hard at work on a new lighting installation as part of a scheme to introduce IKEA’s new LED Ledare light bulb. LEDscape combines thousands of IKEA lamps and bulbs into an interactive maze at the Belém Cultural Centre in...

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  • Olson Kundig’s Single-Room Gulf Islands Cabin

    Those looking to get away from it all and retreat into the silence and peace of nature will appreciate this minimalist cabin in British Columbia. Designed by Olson Kundig Architects, the Gulf Islands Cabin is simple, discreet and ultra cozy. The single wood-paneled room provides...

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