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Kinetic Bridge in London Opens and Closes Like a Traditional Hand Fan

Japanese graphic designer and architect Yusuke Oono (previously) released a trio of new laser-cut storybooks including depictions of 'Jack in the Beanstalk' and Mount Fuji. The books are comprised 40 images bound into a book that can be fanned out at 360° creating a na

London architecture office Make has designed a portable prefabricated kiosk with a folded aluminium shell that opens and closes like a paper fan. Make based the…

Extreme Recycling: The Bottle Houses of Prince Edward Island

Bottle buildings are what Bernard Rudolfsky called Architecture without Architects, where ordinary people build extraordinary things. At Cap-Egmont in Prince Edward Island, where he was a lighthouse-keeper, Edouard Arsenault started collecting bottles in 1979. In 1981, the first Bottle House was open to the public.

Kinetic Bridge in London Opens and Closes Like a Traditional Hand Fan