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Twin Bench by Andrea Rekalidis

Twin Bench is the Sunlab 2013 contest winner and currently looking for manufacturers to mass produce this fun furniture design. The designer says that twin is a modular bench with a social character. You can construct this bench as traditional one but when you attach curved elements under the legs, you can turn it into a see-saw bench. Each set consists of a long plank, a pair of legs, and rounded bases to turn it into a swinging bench. You can choose to slot the legs into notches which are located at each end or middle, in this way, you can choose to rock the bench right/left or up/down. Designer : Andrea Rekalidis Twin Bench by Andrea Rekalidis is originally posted on Tuvie

Casa do Boi by Leo Romano

Brazilian architect Leo Romano has designed Casa do Boi. Architect: Leo Romano Photography: Edgard C├ęsar

When White people Fail (compilation)

Black people not amused with white people Source : quickmeme The post When White people Fail (compilation) appeared first on Seriously, For Real? .

A Money Lined Street in Switzerland (8 pics)

This square outside parliament in Bern, Switzerland was covered in 15 tons of coins totalling $438,885 (400,000 francs). The stunt was part of a rally that urged a guaranteed income of $2800 (2500 francs) per month for each citizen.

Rostov-on-Don Airport by Twelve Architects

Twelve Architects will build Rostove-on-Don Airport in Russia, it is expected to be completed in time for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. This terminal will accommodate 5 million passengers each year and be delivered in 2 phases as part of a wider transport development program. The architect has ensured that this airport building makes reference to the River Don, which is the origin of the city, the central landscape will connect airport terminals to hotels, car parks, train stations, or office buildings. The main theme of this concept airport is to become the “sky bridge” that connects cities and countries together, it achieves through the roof design that forms a series of elegant bridge arches. The international and domestic zones are connected by the roof arches and an 8m wide, glazed skylight. The expression of the three larger arches celebrate the principal routes for passengers when going through the arrival and departure process and also provide covered zones to the drop off and adja

Lodgepole Retreat by Arch11

Arch11 have designed the Lodgepole Retreat in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Description A weekend getaway lands lightly on its high-alpine site. Imagine designing a weekend-getaway at 9000 feet above sea level with direct exposure to near-hurricane force winds coming off the surrounding 13,000 ft. peaks. Add in the homeowner’s wish for unobstructed views of the majestic Rocky Mountains that surround the site. The pristine setting ?which includes a 30 acre meadow and high alpine forests? suggested a design solution that should be as light on the land as possible. So light, that the owners wanted to get as close to net- zero as possible and be nearly maintenance free as well. What started as an intimate 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath cabin for a Colorado couple and their grown children, grew to 3 bedrooms and 3 baths when they began to consider space for their grandchildren. The couple had owned the property for years-spending weekends there as their two children grew from toddlers to tee