The Copenhagen Wheel: for those times when your bike needs a little boost.
himalayas center, shanghai, china/arata isozaki
…a masterpiece, yes?
Amazing architecture. But I wonder what its’ carbon footprint is?
Remembrance Sunday 2013. Personal photos taken from Founders Building.
nychos via Graffiti
London needs more of this. If you haven’t already, check out my photo series on street art in New York!
IKEA is known for their shrewd reading of consumer behavior, so it makes sense they’re investing in just such a scheme. Strand East is a 6,000-person community the corporation is building on a 27-acre industrial plot adjacent to London’s 2012 Olympic Park. Already under construction, the village will open in 2013.
Flatpack urbanism…reminds me of this: http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2013/01/22/new_york_citys_future_microapartment_revealed.php
Sport events present an opportunity to use urban spaces in ways they were never originally intended, introduce new cultures and activities to city life, and to promote healthier, sustainable lifestyles.