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23 Jun, 2017

This Ice Cream Shop Repurposes Traffic Cones For a Cool Appearance

   Lodovnia is a new ice cream shop in Poznań, Poland that not only makes tasty treats for your stomach but also has a sweet appearance.  The outside of the shop is adorned with white traffic cones giving the shop a very 'spiky' appearance.  Reduce, reuse, and recycle is a general rule of thumb when trying to have a positive...

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16 Jun, 2017

Skyline Chess: New York City Edition

   Chess is one of the most classic board games of our time.  It is a game that requires a high-level of thinking, planning, and strategy.  We have seen many types of chess boards over the years; giant ones, themed boards, and more.  English designers Ian Flood and Chris Prosser had a different approach to chess however.  They decided to make...

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30 Nov, 2016

3D Printing an Eco-Friendly House

     3D printing has become very popularized as of lately.  Countless things can be made from a 3D printing process using many different materials. Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello are mainly focused on working with eco-friendly materials that are natural.  They are working together to build a house that is completely made from a 3D printing process. This...

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23 Sep, 2016

This Spongebob Themed Hotel Cost a Pretty Penny

   There have been some pretty unique hotels, but this new Spongebob themed hotel is by far the most interesting.  It is modeled after Spongebob's home, so it is actually shaped like a pineapple.  On the inside, you'll find an underwater theme that looks like it's straight off the show.  It is equipped with a fake pet snail, a butler that...

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21 Mar, 2016

How Architecture Changes For the Deaf

    Vox and Curbed presents this short video on architecture and how it changes for those who are deaf. Gallaudet University in Washington, DC is a school for those who are deaf and hard of hearing.  They are redesigning buildings to improve the spatial experience that deaf people have.  Every small detail from windows, to hallway space, steps, and ramps were...

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