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Green Website you may like (repost)

Reposted in support of Blog Action Day In the five minutes or so that it will take you to read this article over 400 brand new blogs posts will have been started, that’s around 120,000 per day. If your looking for that nice Green blog to read in may take some tracking down. Now by the law of averages you are going to come across at least one that’s about [...]

CARDBOARD BRIDGE by Shigeru Ban

The bridge, located over the Gardon River in southern France, is made almost entirely out of cardboard tubes (281 to be exact), and is strong enough to carry 20 people at a time and weights only 7.5 tonnes. The bridge also sits adjacent to an ancient Roman Bridge, creating an interesting juxtaposition. “It is a very interesting contrast, the Roman stone bridge and the paper bridge. Paper too can be [...]

Week 29 Boeing Dreamliner Interior Design

Now this is what you call a plane interior Click HERE to see the full article at yossawat.com

15 Green Website you may like

Reposted in support of Blog Action Day In the five minutes or so that it will take you to read this article over 400 brand new blogs posts will have been started, that’s around 120,000 per day. If your looking for that nice Green blog to read in may take some tracking down. Now by the law of averages you are going to come across at least one that’s about [...]

Jebel al Jais Mountain Resort

A few images of the proposed Jebel al Jais Mountain Resort in Ras Al Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates Although still at the concept stage the spectacular mountain location of the Ras Al-Kaimah resort, in the UAE, is already being used as a place to go to escape from the stress of everyday life. But now the resort it’s self is in need of an escape from the large [...]

del.icio.us links for May 15, 2007 – Environmental & Architectural Stuff Light + Water = Renewable Energy – TreeHugger As scientists, politicians and businesses around the world continue to look for efficient, viable sources of renewable energy, often focusing on ever more advanced and intricate processes and mechanisms, several scientists, including MIT professor of chemistry Daniel Nocera, have been turning to a natural process that Mother Nature has spent the [...]

Week 17 The First Undersea Restaurant

The First Undersea Restaurant via www.ocean.com The worlds first ever all-glass undersea restaurant in t he world opens its doors for business at the Hilton Maldives Resort &Spa on the 15th April this year. Ithaa will sit five meters below the waves of the Indian Ocean, surrounded by a vibrant coral reef and encased in clear acrylic offering diners 270-degrees of panoramic underwater views. Read the rest of the article [...]

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