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Superbowl Project / Supermachine Studio

The Superbow Project, designed by Supermachine Studio, is a proposal for a sustainable city of its own. This project aims to build a massive hydraulic tool that is habitable as an extension of the city or as a new city itself that all of people in the old city can move into. More images and architects’ description after the break. See the whole project in AD!

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Superbowl Project / Supermachine Studio

The Superbow Project, designed by Supermachine Studio, is a proposal for a sustainable city of its own. This project aims to build a massive hydraulic tool that is habitable as an extension of the city or as a new city itself that all of people in the old city can move into. More images and architects’ description after the break. See the whole project in AD!

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Safe Haven Library / TYIN Tegnestue

Building of the Year 2009, Museums & Libraries: Safe Haven Library / TYIN Tegnestue

Old Market Library in Mini Buri, Bangkok, Thailand cost $4,500 The project used local and re-used materials. Bookshelves were wooden boxes from earlier projects. The cladding used old, decayed wooden pieces from the surroundings. Internal structure was made from a local second-hand shop.

Lushly planted and furnished penthouse on the roof terrace, designed by Cesar Pelli Building Visionaire in Battery City, "The Visionaire, 70 Little West Street, Battery Park City, Manhattan"

SOE KER TIE HOUSES ALLOGGI PREFABBRICATI IN BAMBOO, ANCHE DETTI BUTTERFLY HUTS, COSTRUITI PER 24 ORFANI TAILANDESI NOH BO, TAK / THAILAND / by TYIN tegnestue Architects #architecture #sustainability #green

Recycled materials were used at every opportunity in this house (The Beverly residence) by Bercy Chen Studio of Austin, TX. The home has an extensive rainwater collection system, storing the water in pools and reservoirs surrounding the building. The sound of running water has a naturally calming effect. Aesthetically, this provides a peaceful transition between the landscape and the architecture.