takeovertime:

(via Snook Architects combines “industrial and cosy” at Liverpool house)

takeovertime:

(via Snook Architects combines “industrial and cosy” at Liverpool house)

maptitude1:

An incredible hand-drawn map of Rome.

maptitude1:

An incredible hand-drawn map of Rome.

nevver:

Bus stop, bus goes, she stays, love grows

(via ryanpanos)

archatlas:

Places Ibai Acevedo

thekhooll:

Isometric Renders Michiel van den Berg

Last month I started a ‘30 isometric renders in 30 days’ challenge. To get ideas out of my (mental) sketchbook onto my screen I created one isometric picture/render a day. I love the style, it’s good render/lighting practice and good to ‘keep the motor running’ so to speak.”

0bstacles:

huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES

The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.

Watch the machine in action here.

this makes me so happy

(via nativeskye)

fastcompany:

Google X’s ambitious moonshot projects have included fantastical visions of space elevators and Back to the Future-style hoverboards. But its latest mission might be the stealthy research lab’s most important work yet: creating a detailed picture of a truly healthy human body.
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fastcompany:

Google X’s ambitious moonshot projects have included fantastical visions of space elevators and Back to the Future-style hoverboards. But its latest mission might be the stealthy research lab’s most important work yet: creating a detailed picture of a truly healthy human body.

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Patkau Architects constructing a freestanding form out of a single sheet of steel.

architectmagazine:

(via ryanpanos)

ryanpanos:

Moshav Villages of Israel | Via

Moshav is a type of agricultural community in Israeli consisting of a group of individual farms. The moshav is generally based on the principle of private ownership of land, emphasis on community labor and communal marketing. Workers produce crops and goods on their properties through individual or pooled labour and resources, and use profit and foodstuffs to provide for themselves. The farmers pay an amount of tax and this money is used to provide agricultural services to the community, like buying supplies and marketing the farm produce.

The first moshav was established in the Jezreel Valley in 1921. During the period of large-scale immigration after the creation of Israel  in 1948, the moshav was found to be an ideal settlement form for the new immigrants, almost none of whom were accustomed to communal living. By 1986 about 156,700 Israelis lived and worked on 448 moshavim.

archatlas:

Oldřich Kulhánek