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Danish Pavillion At World Expo 2010 Shanghai | By Big

Designed by BIG, the Danish pavilion is designed to give visitors an idea of what it is like to be in a Danish city with cyclists and pedestrians and other integrated sustainable elements such as a harbour bath and a social bench. The Danish exhibition is an unfolded living fairytale book that combines art, images, film, words and sound and invites visitors to try out the Welfairytales themselves. You don’t just read about the city bike, you can ride it.



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Designed by Apple in California

Apples´s new product is a book dedicated to the past, "Designed by Apple in California" examines 20 years of innovation through 450 pages of photographs of some of the company’s most iconic products, from the original iMac to the Apple Pencil. Jony Ive, Apple’s chief design officer, says the book is dedicated to the memory of Steve Jobs, and examines and details Apple’s design process and displays finished products in a minimal, clean look characteristic of the...
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VILLINGILI RESORT | MALDIVES

Shangri-La’s Villingili Resort and Spa is a a premiere Maldives luxury resort. Located on the tiny island of Addu Atoll, the resort offers luxurious accommodation including private ocean retreats and tropical tree house villas. The unique all-villa resort offers 24-hour room service, a variety of fine-dining choices and innovative spa treatments.  ...
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YELLOW TREE HOUSE RESTAURANT

Award wining Yellow Restaurant was designed by Pacific Environments Architects and is located in New Zealand. It sits almost 10m wide and over 12m high, with the split-level floor sitting 10m off the ground. Timber trusses form the main structure. The curved fins are glue-laminated pine, plantation poplar has been used for the slats and redwood milled from the site used in the walkway balustrading....
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