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Landscape Dinner Set For Kids - Cocuklar için Manzaralı Yemek Seti by Doiy design
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"Get the Hang of It" is a paper bag with a incorporated hanger. It was conceived by Aliki Rovithi, who urges consumers to go “green” by not using plastic bags and hangers. And who doesn’t need an extra hanger? "Get the Hang of It" is a paper bag with a incorporated hanger. It was conceived by Aliki Rovithi, who urges consumers to go “green” by not using plastic bags and hangers. And who doesn’t need an extra hanger?
"Get the Hang of It" is a paper bag with a incorporated hanger. It was conceived by Aliki Rovithi, who urges consumers to go “green” by not using plastic bags and hangers. And who doesn’t need an extra hanger?

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Creative paper bags.

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Sketch to final grown product of a New York Times “T”, created from 130 plants by Judy Kameon.

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How awesome would it be to live in this house?!!

The front and back façades are entirely composed of layers of concrete  planters cantilevered from two side walls. The house structure is a RC frame structure widely used in Vietnam. The  partition walls are very few in order to keep interior fluency and view  of green façades from every point of the house.
Natural ventilation  through the façades and 2 top-lights allow this house to save a big  energy in a harsh climate in Saigon. Concerning these ecological  approaches, we referred a lot to the bioclimatic principles of  traditional Vietnamese courtyard house“”. The green façades and roof top  garden shelter the family from polution, noise and sunlight.
How awesome would it be to live in this house?!!

The front and back façades are entirely composed of layers of concrete  planters cantilevered from two side walls. The house structure is a RC frame structure widely used in Vietnam. The  partition walls are very few in order to keep interior fluency and view  of green façades from every point of the house.
Natural ventilation  through the façades and 2 top-lights allow this house to save a big  energy in a harsh climate in Saigon. Concerning these ecological  approaches, we referred a lot to the bioclimatic principles of  traditional Vietnamese courtyard house“”. The green façades and roof top  garden shelter the family from polution, noise and sunlight.
How awesome would it be to live in this house?!!

The front and back façades are entirely composed of layers of concrete  planters cantilevered from two side walls. The house structure is a RC frame structure widely used in Vietnam. The  partition walls are very few in order to keep interior fluency and view  of green façades from every point of the house.
Natural ventilation  through the façades and 2 top-lights allow this house to save a big  energy in a harsh climate in Saigon. Concerning these ecological  approaches, we referred a lot to the bioclimatic principles of  traditional Vietnamese courtyard house“”. The green façades and roof top  garden shelter the family from polution, noise and sunlight.
How awesome would it be to live in this house?!!

The front and back façades are entirely composed of layers of concrete  planters cantilevered from two side walls. The house structure is a RC frame structure widely used in Vietnam. The  partition walls are very few in order to keep interior fluency and view  of green façades from every point of the house.
Natural ventilation  through the façades and 2 top-lights allow this house to save a big  energy in a harsh climate in Saigon. Concerning these ecological  approaches, we referred a lot to the bioclimatic principles of  traditional Vietnamese courtyard house“”. The green façades and roof top  garden shelter the family from polution, noise and sunlight.

How awesome would it be to live in this house?!!

The front and back façades are entirely composed of layers of concrete planters cantilevered from two side walls.

The house structure is a RC frame structure widely used in Vietnam. The partition walls are very few in order to keep interior fluency and view of green façades from every point of the house.

Natural ventilation through the façades and 2 top-lights allow this house to save a big energy in a harsh climate in Saigon. Concerning these ecological approaches, we referred a lot to the bioclimatic principles of traditional Vietnamese courtyard house“”. The green façades and roof top garden shelter the family from polution, noise and sunlight.

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Concept for Underground Park in New York

Architect James Ramsey and Dan Barasch introduced the Delancey Underground project, aiming to  convert an unused trolley terminal beneath Delancey Street (just under  the Essex Street Market) into an extraordinary subterranean public park–  nicknamed the “LowLine.”
Concept for Underground Park in New York

Architect James Ramsey and Dan Barasch introduced the Delancey Underground project, aiming to  convert an unused trolley terminal beneath Delancey Street (just under  the Essex Street Market) into an extraordinary subterranean public park–  nicknamed the “LowLine.”

Concept for Underground Park in New York

Architect James Ramsey and Dan Barasch introduced the Delancey Underground project, aiming to convert an unused trolley terminal beneath Delancey Street (just under the Essex Street Market) into an extraordinary subterranean public park– nicknamed the “LowLine.”

(Source: trendland.net)


Artist Liat Yaniv is passionate about cutting newspapers and gluing the bits to make illustrations.

Artist Liat Yaniv is passionate about cutting newspapers and gluing the bits to make illustrations.

Artist Liat Yaniv is passionate about cutting newspapers and gluing the bits to make illustrations.

Artist Liat Yaniv is passionate about cutting newspapers and gluing the bits to make illustrations.

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An inspirational ad campaign by Hamburg, Germany based Advertising  Agency Legas Delaney for Plant for the Planet, using cut leaves  symbolizing their ability to trap CO2. Art Directors: Felix Boeck,  Robert Westphal; Illustrator: Lorenzo Durán, Nadine Hoenow

An inspirational ad campaign by Hamburg, Germany based Advertising  Agency Legas Delaney for Plant for the Planet, using cut leaves  symbolizing their ability to trap CO2. Art Directors: Felix Boeck,  Robert Westphal; Illustrator: Lorenzo Durán, Nadine Hoenow

An inspirational ad campaign by Hamburg, Germany based Advertising Agency Legas Delaney for Plant for the Planet, using cut leaves symbolizing their ability to trap CO2. Art Directors: Felix Boeck, Robert Westphal; Illustrator: Lorenzo Durán, Nadine Hoenow

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