Set among the olive groves, lost in the remote heights of Greece, construction has just finished of a magnificent 150-square metre villa. With its dome shape and sleek design, it seamlessly blends into its surrounding natural environment.
Archive for 2017
The Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde, founder of Studio Roosegaarde, seeks his own ways to try and reduce pollution in the cities across the world that are suffering the most, such as Rotterdam and Beijing.
With the aim of reducing environmental damage caused by the worldwide textile industry, Austrian company Lenzing has developed EcoVero, an environmentally responsible textile fibre. But what is this new fibre made from? Clean and renewable natural materials and wood.
An electric power station that functions using solar energy, the eTree aims to share energy by promoting togetherness, functionality and social bonds.
How do you create a fabric that is as ‘breathable’ as possible, capable of reacting and adjusting to heat? A group of researchers from MIT has found the solution: ensure the fabric is alive. A myriad of tiny openings are integrated into the bioLogic fabric, which become active when exposed to increased heat or sweating, for example during physical activity.
Amidst buildings and the hustle and bustle of Seoul, the architecture studio MVRDV has just completed construction of a unique bridge, where no less than 50 types of plants have been planted, transforming an old highway from the 70s into a real aerial park, reminiscent of New York’s High Line.