Tag: Suburban Utopia

These blue eco-boards are turning California a bit greener.
Suburban Utopia

Air Purifying Billboards

Trees play an essential role for the planet, they purify the air we breathe. Needless to say that trees don’t have lungs like humans, they “breathe” through a process known as photosynthesis. Now what if we tell you that a new tree species series of billboards appeared in and around Los Angeles and San Francisco that does exactly that?

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Skyscraper Clouds Architecture Analemma
Manufactured Landscapes

Skyscraper Hanging from the Sky

We like tall buildings. Huge concrete monsters extends themselves high up in the sky. What if we rethink the system and instead of building from earth into sky, we do it the other way around? New York based architecture based Clouds put forward this innovative proposal: suspending the world’s tallest skyscraper from an asteroid, leaving its inhabitants to parachute to earth.

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Future Carpooling IDEO
Suburban Utopia

Carpooling into the Future

American service design company Ideo has taken the essence of on-demand economy at heart, presenting a vehicle with detail-designed services for the future of carpooling. It’s a car that runs on electricity, self driving on-demand and with endearing technology onboard.

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A virtual museum for poetry opens "its doors" at the museum square in Amsterdam.
Information Decoration

Virtual Poetry Museum Opens in Amsterdam

From April 1st a virtual poetry museum will open “its doors” at Museumplein in Amsterdam, all jokes aside. The museum is a project by International Silence (Twan Janssen and Johannes Verwoerd) and counts as the fifth museum of the famous square. The first augmented exhibition, curated by writer Anna Enquist, will feature a selection of Dutch poets, such as Ida Gerhardt, Annie M.G. Schmidt, René Puthaar, Menno Wigman and more. Each artist will present six poems in a pavilion-like construction, which will be freely accessible via this link. See you there?

Danish design studio Kilo created an air pollution mask suitable for kids aged 6 and up.
Anthropocene

Air Pollution Mask for Kids

It should come as no surprise to hear that global air pollution in urban areas is getting worse. It has risen by 8% in the last five years and about 80% of the cities deal with unhealthy levels of air pollution, as measured by the World Health Organization. In effect, there are 300 million children inhabiting places with the most toxic recorded levels of outdoor pollution, according to UNICEF. That’s why Danish design studio Kilo created the Woobi air pollution mask, suitable for kids aged six and up.

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Suburban Utopia

The New Gold: Honey!

A ‘gold rush’ is haunting New Zealand’s beekeepers, as beehive and honey thefts are growing, leading local police officers to believe a network of organized crime is seeking to profit from escalating honey prices. It appears the search for the liquid gold is on a quest to prevail, since prices for native Manuka honey have tripled in value since 2012.

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