Five years ago New York wondered “How can we build more green space in our cities?” They found the answer below their feet and ambitiously decided to build the world’s first underground park. The Lowline is a project that will transform an early 1900s underground trolley terminal into a luscious green ...Read More
Rotterdam based Liong Lie architects had an amazing opportunity to create a hall for gold dealers and goldsmiths, called Goud (Gold) Souk, in the Bazaar in Baverwijk the biggest indoor market in Europe ...Read More
The Ocean Clean up is an environmental concept developed by a 20-year-old aerospace engineering student, Boyan Slat, and it has been shortlisted for this year's Design of the Year Award. The aim of the project is to clear the oceans of plastic gyres – floating islands made of millions of pieces of waste that ...Read More
From the Pacific, travel Interstate 10 east — the old Route 66 — until you've almost reached the dim sum palaces of San Gabriel. Get off the freeway just before, wind your way past taco stands and warehouses into East L.A., and you'll soon arrive at Lusive — 85,000 square feet of inspiration & imagination, design & development, labor & light.