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Desert Lotus Hotel in Inner Mongolia

Lotus Hotel Xiangshawan Desert, China Architects: PLaT Architects A prefabricated hotel that can be built without the use of water or concrete and that produces its own electricity and water. Is this the architecture of the future?

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (National Naadam Festival)    #PlacesToGo

Mongolia - lifelong dream to take a motorcycle trip across the Mongolian Plains, staying in yurts and eating goats. I don't even like goat, but when in Mongolia.

Harlan Emil Gruber - Google Search

Harlan Emil Gruber - Google Search

Mirror House, Copenhagen - MLRP Address: Copenhagen Central park at: Blegdamsvej/Frederik

Mirror House by MLRP. Great project at Copenhagen Central Park by Danish-American based architects MLRP. The reflective pavilion was created as part of the new Interactive Playground Project in Copenhagen.

bedouin structures - Google Search

bedouin structures - Google Search

Much of the emphasis in placemaking today is about creating liveliness, public spaces that attract people. But, for me at least – maybe it’s an introvert thing? – the places of quiet retreat are every bit as important, and especially so in large, busy cities and dense neighborhoods.

Urbanism for Introverts: Why Cities Need Quiet Spaces

desert architecture - Google Search

desert architecture - Google Search

Mongolia! Study Abroad | #GlobalGators! Visit the #UFIC website for more information: ufic.ufl.edu/sas/

Life in the least densely populated country on Earth

Bumpy ride: Mongolian tribesmen take part in a camel race during a winter Naadam festival in Hulun Buir, north China’s Inner Mongolia region (via Camels show they’re pretty nippy at winter Naadam festival in Hulun Buir

Xiangshawan Desert Lotus Hotel / PLaT Architects

Gallery of Xiangshawan Desert Lotus Hotel / PLaT Architects - 1

Image 1 of 13 from gallery of Xiangshawan Desert Lotus Hotel / PLaT Architects. Courtesy of PLaT Architects

Pisac Market

Travel Inspiration for Peru - Pisac (Peru) is known far and wide for its market, by far the biggest and most touristy in the region. Official market days are Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, when tourist buses descend on the town in droves