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FILTRATION is a floating skyscraper envisioned to recycle garbage and clean our oceans

conceived by US-based architectural designer honglin li, ‘FILTRATION’ is a floating skyscraper imagined to clean up our seawater by recycling the plastic and debris found in the infamous ‘great pacific garbage patch’. receiving honorable mention in the evolo 2019 skyscraper...
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Illustration by Sunny Eckerle

How the television transformed our homes

Televisions commanded visual attention in a way no home appliance ever had before. By Sarah Archer Since the “Big Three” networks and basic cable gave way to streaming services, TV viewers have had access to a dizzying variety of on-demand offerings in increasingly specific...
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Muze apartment tower completed in downtown Miami (Photos)

By Brian Bandell Zom Living has completed the Muze apartments, the final phase of the Metropolitan Miami project downtown. Designed by Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates (NBWW), with the interior design done by Stantec, the tower at 340 S.E. Third St. has 391 apartments...
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Miami Planners In 1946 Imagined Orange Juice Drinking Fountains, Rooftop Airport, and Tunnel To Brickell By 1996

An exhibit by planners at Bayfront Park in 1946 imagined what Miami would look like 50 years in the future. By 1996, the city and surrounding area was to have been fully powered by a Great Solar Turbo Electric Generating Plant, which would provide cheap electricity. The Miami...
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