1. weissesrauschen:

Paisajes contenidos 1 by Hernan Marin on Flickr.

    weissesrauschen:

    Paisajes contenidos 1 by Hernan Marin on Flickr.

  2. poetryconcrete:

Satellite view, agricultural hexagons near Kufra, Lybia

    poetryconcrete:

    Satellite view, agricultural hexagons near Kufra, Lybia

    (Source: drzito)

  3. ephe:

Christoph Gielen Conversions XVII Suburban California, 2010

    ephe:

    Christoph Gielen Conversions XVII Suburban California, 2010

    (Source: victimize)

  4. The Elon Musk interview on Mars colonisation – Ross Andersen – Aeon →

  5. 100 meter reach CNC milling machine.

    100 meter reach CNC milling machine.

  6. doctorcrowd:


La Plata (The Silver) is the capital city of the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Has a population of 740,369 and its metropolitan area has 894,253 inhabitants.
La Plata is a planned city, urban planning paradigm of the late 19th century. It is also an example of “hygiene”, which was becoming important in that time.
The city was awarded at the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1889, an event in which the new city was given the two gold medals awarded in the categories “City of the Future” and “Better performance built.”

Source: Wikipedia

    doctorcrowd:

    La Plata (The Silver) is the capital city of the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Has a population of 740,369 and its metropolitan area has 894,253 inhabitants.

    La Plata is a planned city, urban planning paradigm of the late 19th century. It is also an example of “hygiene”, which was becoming important in that time.

    The city was awarded at the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1889, an event in which the new city was given the two gold medals awarded in the categories “City of the Future” and “Better performance built.”

    Source: Wikipedia

    (Source: arghfar)

  7. The International Space Station is about to get its first 3D printer →

  8. hideback:

    Élisée Reclus (French, 1830-1905) and Louis Bonnier (French, 1856-1946)

    Shrine to the Earth for the Exposition Universelle in Paris, 1900

    This enormous, scientifically accurate globe would have stood 418 feet tall. A spiraling ramp would have led viewers along a journey from Antarctica to the North Pole. Proposed in 1895, it was never built. Patrick Geddes called it “no mere scientific model in its institute, but the image, the shrine, and temple of the Earth-mother.” 

  9. Shin Nagoya Thermal Power Plant

    Shin Nagoya Thermal Power Plant

  10. magictransistor:

Justus Dahinden, Urban Structures For The Future, 1972.

    magictransistor:

    Justus Dahinden, Urban Structures For The Future, 1972.

    (Source: found0bjects.blogspot.com)