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Our cities, while human-made, are entirely dependent on nature and the materials we source from the earth for their construction – from the concrete, steel and timber in our buildings to the electricity that powers them, and from the petrol in our cars to the minerals in our smartphones.

Our cities, while human-made, are entirely dependent on nature and the materials we source from the earth for their construction – from the concrete, steel and timber in our buildings to the electricity that powers them, and from the petrol in our cars to the minerals in our smartphones.

The Economics of Biophilia: Why Designing with Nature in Mind Makes Financial Sense.  A review of research presenting the financial potential for a broad deployment of biophilic design in offices, communities, schools, retail and hospitals.

The Economics of Biophilia: Why Designing with Nature in Mind Makes Financial Sense. A review of research presenting the financial potential for a broad deployment of biophilic design in offices, communities, schools, retail and hospitals.

This “dazzle camouflage” - dizzying environments of black and white stripes and chevrons that purposely overload the brain with too much visual information - is based on a technique used for disguising ships in World War One...

This “dazzle camouflage” - dizzying environments of black and white stripes and chevrons that purposely overload the brain with too much visual information - is based on a technique used for disguising ships in World War One...

Artist Robert Irwin has transformed this factory built near the Hudson River, into an exhibition space for large scale #art. #design

PHOTOS: Inhabitat Explores the Daylit Dia: Beacon Art Museum in Beacon, NY

Artist Robert Irwin has transformed this factory built near the Hudson River, into an exhibition space for large scale #art. #design

Grounds For Standing and Understanding (Installation view at C. H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver) | 2012 |   persian carpet, wood, acrylic, lacquer paint | 275 x 396 cm | courtesy Fadi Jameel Collection, photo Scott Massey

Grounds For Standing and Understanding (Installation view at C. H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver) | 2012 | persian carpet, wood, acrylic, lacquer paint | 275 x 396 cm | courtesy Fadi Jameel Collection, photo Scott Massey

Germany Donates $3.2 Million to Restore the World’s Largest Collection of Bauhaus Buildings

Germany Donates $3.2 Million to Restore the World’s Largest Collection of Bauhaus Buildings

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