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house is getting printed by a 3d printer in 24 hours
Suburban Utopia

Print Your House in a Day!

Tomorrow you could already move into your very own $10,134 home! Weather its gonna look like a spaceship, a castle or a huge piece of cake its up to you. Sounds like a dream right? Russian 3D printing company Apis Cor recently built the first 3D printed house on site with their mobile 3D printer.

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Suburban Utopia

From Shopping Center to Urban Farm

In a corner of the Dizengoff shopping center in Tel Aviv there is a wooden kiosk selling fresh greens and herbs. It’s called Honesty Stand and it’s an unexpected oasis in the multitude of chain stores and food courts that you can find in every mall. This modest vegetable stand depends on the honor system: no staff or cashier, customers take what they need and leave the money in a box. Does it work? Yes, 80% of people do pay. Thanks to the high quality and affordable prices, the produce sells out easily and the stand has to be replenished four times a day, but that’s not difficult as the vegetables are grown on the roof of the shopping center.

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A team of scientists developed a peculiar strategy to counter the Arctic ice melt.
Manufactured Landscapes

Refreezing the Arctic

According to a recent NASA report, 2016 was the warmest year on record globally, with catastrophic consequences on the future of the northern ice cap. This led a team of 14 scientists to develop a peculiar strategy to fight the Arctic ice melting: refreezing it.

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satellites surrounding mars
Image Consumption

Space Television Network

Always on the search for the better, for the unseen, humanity is steadily coming up with ideas to broaden its horizons. Literally. TV network Sen is creating a space television to broadcast images of space objects, robotic missions and explorations.

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Manufactured Landscapes

The World’s First Floating City

What does a citizen have to do when the sea rises to alarming levels? Shall we all lift up our houses and start to live up in the air? Or maybe put our cities onto floating islands so they cannot be flooded? While both scenarios sounds like science fiction, the second one had persuaded the government of French Polynesia: in an effort to protect and enhance the country, the government has signed an agreement with non-profit Seasteading Institute in California to build the world’s first floating city.

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The Hyperloop will turn the world into a global village.
Suburban Utopia

The Global Subway Map of the Future

In 2003, broadcaster and author Mark Ovenden designed the World Metro Map to present a global transportation system that connects cities through underground railways. His vision could end up becoming reality after all, now that LA-based company Hyperloop One has selected 35 teams as finalists in its global challenge to design the future of the vacuum-sealed train system.

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