Behind 10 World’s Wonders

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Homes Under 500 Square Feet

Transforming Micro-Apartment

Launchpad, the 325 square foot, transforming micro-apartment built by Clei and Resource Furniture is part of the groundbreaking exhibition “Making Room: New Models for Housing New Yorkers” at the Museum of the City of New York. Available at Resource Furniture.

The world’s tallest slum

The world’s tallest slum: poverty-ridden Venezuela’s Tower of David. Squatters took over this very unfinished 45-story skyscraper in the early 1990s, and they’ve been there ever since. The tower was originally intended to be a symbol of Caracas’ bright financial future, complete with a rooftop helipad, but construction stopped because of a banking crisis and the sudden death of the tower’s namesake, David Brillembourg.

Phonat – Ride The prejudice

IKEA designing a home for refugees

On World Refugee Day, the IKEA Foundation is celebrating its unique partnership with the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and Refugee Housing Unit—a partnership to design and build a better home for refugee families.



Traffic Solutions | Diverging Diamond Visualization

“…The diverging diamond interchange allows for two-phase operation at all signalized intersections within the interchange. This is a significant improvement in safety, since no left turns must clear opposing traffic and all movements are discrete, with most controlled by traffic signals. ”

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Santiago Calatrava designs Peace Bridge, Calgary

“The Peace Bridge is very different from all of the other bridges that Mr. Calatrava has designed. In a departure from the soaring vertical icons that he’s known for, Mr. Calatrava opted for a low single-span bridge, eliminating the need for support and cables and therefore meeting the city’s environmental protection laws pertaining to the Bow River.