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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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AMPHIBIOUS 1000 | FLOATING RESORT QATAR | Image

AMPHIBIOUS 1000 | FLOATING RESORT QATAR

Amphibious 1000 is a 500 million dollar project by Giancarlo Zema Design Group (GZDG) for the construction of a semi-submerged island in the protected area off the coast of Qatar. At the futuristic resort, you can stay at one of 80 "Jelly-Fish" floating suites. These suites are able to accommodate up to six people comfortably, it has 5 floors connected by a spiral staircase. On the lower level, 3 meters below sea level, you can enjoy a submersed panoramic room, over...
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MINI BEER PONG

Mini Beer Pong takes the classic party drinking game and shrinks it into a compact tabletop entertainment solution. Each handcrafted table uses spring-loaded ball launchers to shoot tethered balls into 1 ounce cups, eliminating the hassle caused by chasing stray ping pong balls around. The 2-foot long table is the perfect party entertainment accessory, allowing you to get hammered in just about any setting…via Learn more at the Scienz website, or purchase now fro...
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HOTEL CARLOTA MEXICO

Hotel Carlota is a spectacular fusion between original and contemporary. Located in the heart of Mexico City, the hotel has a main focal point in its beautiful central courtyard and stunning pool. It is overlooked by the restaurant and bar, as well as the library, shop, and gallery areas. Concrete was used heavily throughout the building, and it merges beautifully with industrial, technological and artisan elements. Each of the hotel´s 36 rooms have their own unique...
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