The Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge, a residential building in Covington, Kentucky, in the greater Cincinnati area by Daniel Libeskind

// The Study and The Workshop // Sculptor and painter Edward Crumpton, a childhood friend of Knight, helped the architects identify features and constraints that would make for a more creative workspace. Crumpton's own work, including The Mariner's Way, a weaving project inspired by the knot-tying of past generations of sailors, was incorporated into the final design. The charred exterior was inspired by his charcoal sketches. Courtesy of Matt Dunkinson. / The Green Life <3

Myer Bourke Street, Melbourne - For All Things Lush & Luxurious -ShazB {Retail Design | Shopping Mall | Myer Bourke Street Redevelopment / NH Architecture}

Here follows the scrapbook of a 36 year old Paris born Irishman living in Amsterdam. Cycling, photography, architecture, design, and style.(Most of these images are NOT mine, but reblogged from tumblr. Some images are NSFW or of an adult nature. All...

Vertical Farming: Feeding our future! An interesting article about the history of nations trying to feed themselves and the future of food security.

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