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Slow Life from Daniel Stoupin


“Slow” marine animals show their secret life under high magnification. Corals and sponges are very mobile creatures, but their motion is only detectable at different time scales compared to ours and requires time lapses to be seen. These animals build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives.

Learn more about what you see in the post: www.notes-from-dreamworlds.blogspot.com.au/2014/03/slow-life.html

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Cooled Conservatories, Gardens by the Bay wins 2013 RIBA Lubetkin Prize by Wilkinson Eyre

Wilkinson Eyre’s Cooled Conservatories, Gardens by the Bay has scooped an International Architecture Award for 2013.

The Chicago Athenaeum’s International Architecture Awards aims to honour the best new buildings and landscape and planning projects designed around the world by the most important architects, landscape architects and urban planners practicing nationally and internationally.

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Cooled Conservatories, Gardens by the Bay wins 2013 RIBA Lubetkin Prize by Wilkinson Eyre

Wilkinson Eyre’s Cooled Conservatories, Gardens by the Bay has scooped an International Architecture Award for 2013.

The Chicago Athenaeum’s International Architecture Awards aims to honour the best new buildings and landscape and planning projects designed around the world by the most important architects, landscape architects and urban planners practicing nationally and internationally.

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The Sustainability Treehouse by Mithun | via

he Sustainability Treehouse, a Living Building Challenge targeted interpretive and gathering facility situated in the forest at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, serves as a unique icon of camp adventure, environmental stewardship and innovative building design. Mithun led the integrated design process and a multidisciplinary team to achieve the engaging, high‐performance facility.

The Treehouse provides dynamic educational and gathering spaces for exploring and understanding the site and ecosystem at the levels of ground, tree canopy, and sky. The towering Corten steel frame elevates visitors to extraordinary vantages and provides an armature for green building systems, such as photovoltaic panels, wind turbines, and a large cistern and water cleansing system. Interactive exhibits showcase and celebrate sustainable technologies.

Photography: Joe Fletcher

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The Sustainability Treehouse by Mithun | via

he Sustainability Treehouse, a Living Building Challenge targeted interpretive and gathering facility situated in the forest at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, serves as a unique icon of camp adventure, environmental stewardship and innovative building design. Mithun led the integrated design process and a multidisciplinary team to achieve the engaging, high‐performance facility.

The Treehouse provides dynamic educational and gathering spaces for exploring and understanding the site and ecosystem at the levels of ground, tree canopy, and sky. The towering Corten steel frame elevates visitors to extraordinary vantages and provides an armature for green building systems, such as photovoltaic panels, wind turbines, and a large cistern and water cleansing system. Interactive exhibits showcase and celebrate sustainable technologies.

Photography: Joe Fletcher

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Ucon | Noah Laptop Case
For their latest collaboration UCON teamed up with Rainer Spehl, a furniture, interior and exhibition designer from Berlin. Besides great work for Nike and Stone Island, his portfolio also includes partners like Dior and Gucci. His design bears witness to his strong interest in craftsmanship and its proper execution. The choice of material and the detailing are characteristics of his work which is quite obviously always striving to be of the highest standard. We at UCON share his taste for perfection – functionally as well as aesthetically. We are more than proud to present you the Noah Case!

http://www.ucon-acrobatics.com/shop/english/exclusives/noah-case.html/?color=818

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THE GAP by Ira Glass
Photographer and Designer Daniel Sax illustrates a story all too familiar to creative people at the beginning of their artistic journey. Inspired by Ira Glass, Sax took the recording of a speech by Ira on the fundamentals of not giving up even when you think your work is rubbish and made it into this incredibly inspiring and visually exciting video!

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