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Volvo has taken an innovative, creative approach to create a living seawall along the coast of Sydney’s harbour.

Marine-Grade Concrete Reinforced with Recycled Plastic Fibres to Build Eco-Friendly Seawall by Volvo

Volvo has taken an innovative, creative approach to create a living seawall along the coast of Sydney’s harbour.

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Sited in Mumbai’s central business district, Bandra Kurla Complex, Cardboard Bombay is a cafetaria located on the ground floor designed by Nuru Karim, the founder of Nudes- an Indian Architecture Studio

A Cafe in Mumbai Made Entirely Out of Recycled Cardboard by Nudes

Sited in Mumbai’s central business district, Bandra Kurla Complex, Cardboard Bombay is a cafetaria located on the ground...

Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) in collaboration with Architect of Record Goody Clancy has finished an extension to the Isenberg School of Management at The University of Massachusetts Amherst First unveiled in 2016

Bjarke Ingels Group Creates Three-Storey-Tall, Copper Facade for Business School in Massachusetts

Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) in collaboration with Architect of Record Goody Clancy has finished an extension to the Isenbe...

British designer Bethan Gray teamed up with natural surface specialist Nature Squared to create a series of tableware objects with the help of leftover materials such as seeds, sea shells, bark, egg shells and precious stones.

Bethan Gray Uses Discarded Eggshells and Seashells to Create Iridescent Furniture

British designer Bethan Gray teamed up with natural surface specialist Nature Squared to create a series of tableware ob...

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