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Living Pavilion: Algae Architecture Cleans the Air

This pavilion is clad in panels filled with living micro-algae which filter carbon dioxide from the air and can be used as food and renewable energy.

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Flower Power: 12 Bloom-Inspired Building Designs

These 12 buildings, pavilions and large-scale sculptures have taken inspiration from lotus flowers and other blooms for beautiful shapes and structures.

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Cardboard Cathedral Replaces Church Destroyed by Earthquake

A chapel destroyed by an earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand has been replaced with a cardboard structure by architect Shigeru Ban.

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Architecture for Insects: Sculptural Hotels for Pollinators

Build your own insect hotel for beneficial insects like bees and ladybugs that'll also be a sculptural accent for teh garden.

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Shimmering Faceted Greenhouse Inspired by Crystal Formations

Plasma Studio based its stunning design for a massive greenhouse in China on crystal formations.

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More Than a Box: 14 More Fun Shipping Container Projects

Vacation homes, traveling accommodations, pop-up exhibitions, retail shops and even urban farms have been constructed using reclaimed shipping containers.

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Bright and Beautiful 7-Foot-Wide House in London

This house may be just seven feet wide, built into a narrow lane in London, but it's bright, comfortable and even has a rooftop garden.

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New Miami Museum of Science will be an Eco-Friendly Wonder

Designed around a stunning aquarium and wildlife center, the Patricia and Philip Frost Museum of Science in Miami will have a number of eco-friendly features.

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Wooden Treetop Walkway Spirals into the Sky in Germany

The world's tallest treetop walkway is a wooden boardwalk in the Bavarian Forest of Germany, spiraling 144 feet into the sky.

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Concept City: Responsive Infrastructure for a Sinking Manhattan

This futuristic yet organic proposal for Manhattan envisions a solution for a flourishing city despite rising sea levels, elevating infrastructure into the sky.

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Nike Feather Pavilion Made of Thread & Plastic Bottles

Nike has unveiled a new pavilion made of high-tech thread and recycled plastic bottles, in honor of its 'Flyknit' footwear technology.

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7-Foot-Wide Tiny Home in Tokyo Houses Two Families

This super-narrow house in Tokyo is less than seven feet wide, but manages to accommodate two families.

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Dream Retreats: 15 Rustic, Reclaimed and Remote Cabins

These 15 cabins, often made of reclaimed materials, offer eco-friendly wilderness retreats that might just tempt you into a simpler life with a great view.

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Arboreal Architecture: Taking Inspiration from Trees

These 14 houses, pavilions, commercial buildings and other forms of architecture take inspiration from the shape and symbolism of trees.

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Sky High: Stunning Observation Tower Shoots Upward

A beautifully designed nature observation tower in Latvia ascends 120 feet into the sky and features caged balconies from which to enjoy the view along the way.

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