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Hudson River Park Trust By LOT-EK

Used shipping container has now become a popular architectural material to many of the Architects worldwide. Lately, LOT-EK has designed the Hudson River Park that will house a place for films at the rooftop, flexible green space, open-air public market, and underwater educational and exhibition space. This wonderful structure is designed for Pier 57 that is located outside Chelsea.

This proposed structure has 170,000 square feet of space that will be rented out to local artisans. This proposal can be a huge one, but this proposal is a mixture of recreational and cultural spaces, making it just enough to serve the public of different interest.

Hudson River Park Trust

Hudson River Park Trust

Hudson River Park Trust

Hudson River Park Trust

Hudson River Park Trust

Source: LOT-EK via Inhabitat



Base Stools: Naturally Stylish, Simple, And Eco-friendly

When talking about stools and any other furniture, we always wanted it to be at its best look. To keep our furniture in style, manufacturers and designers normally source out first hand materials to achieve the design and elegance that they want. However, the Base stools are extremely different. These one of a kind stylish stools are made from natural Oak. The oaks are oiled resulting the stools to have a fine finish on the seat part for comfort. The stools can also be made in two pieces depending on the availability of natural oak cuts. With these stools, you can already have stylish and simple furniture for your garden or veranda without harming the environment.

Base Stools

Base Stools

Base Stools

Base Stools

Via: Designboom



Lilypads – Floating Ecopolis for Climate Refugees

The Lilypad is build by Vincent Callebaut that serves as a luxurious future retreat for 50,000 inhabitants seeking for refuge due to rising waters caused by global warming. This floating ecopolis structure is a dramatic display of the most modern and futuristic green innovations.

Callebaut called the Lilypad as a “Floating Ecopolis for Climate Refugees” which features stealth Mercedes branding in its widnows. The Lilypad ecopolis almost looks like a manta ray in design. The floating community’s lower half is submerged and the top extends upward to soak up solar energy and the under portion serves as a bed for natural sea planktons and oceanic plants.

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

lilypads floating ecopolis

via Tuvie and TrendHunter



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