Skinny houses

The concept of narrow homes comes from Japan. However, more cities are starting to adapt this way of house building due to the ever growing lack of spaces in them.

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What about smart park bench that charges your phone?

Boston in cooperation with ‘Soofa’ brand decided to provide powered ‘smart’ benches that can charge your phone.

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Open House London 2014

Book early ! These 800 buildings are lined up for the Open House London 2014 event.  The full programme has just been revealed  and some buildings require pre-booking.

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China Town in London

Aedas, one of the largest architecture practices in the world, plans to bring its flashy brand of mixed- use huge projects to London.

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An alternative to central heating – bubbles of heat

Dezeen and MINI Fronteirs designed a new heating system that can save energy and be much more efficient than traditional methods.

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World Congress of Architects UIA 2020

Rio de Janeiro has been selected to host one of the world’s most important architecture forums. The news were confirmed yesterday by Vassils Sgoutas – the current Secretary of the Session.

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Hilton’s front door leading solution

Hilton chain of hotels decided to introduce high advanced technology allowing to use one’s Smartphone as a door key – this way personalizing and speeding up  the process of check-in.

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Sainsbury’s Supermarket – Waste free

Sainsbury’s Supermarket  is keeping its promise and opened a facility producing power created from burning bio-methane gas.

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Shed of the Year 2014

The Finalists of the National Shed of the Year 2014 competition will soon be announced! This year more than 20,000 public votes were given to choose the proper candidate.

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Dublin PARK (ing) Day 2014

On Friday,  the  19th of September 2014  an event called the “Dublin Parking Day” will take place. What does that mean?

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