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Amphitheater of the Dead: Hong Kong Hillside Cemeteries

This terraced construction is not the remains of some ancient amphitheater, but a metropolis of the dead that’s just as dense as that of the living city of …

Strung Along: Twine Guides Site visitors Through Abandonments

Acting as a minimalist and silent tour manual, lengths of black yarn were carefully suspended to direct visitors along a route via the broken walls of a …

Blanking Banksy: Artists & City Paint Over Expensive NYC Graffiti

Banksy is an artist with the uncommon power to make walls far more worthwhile right after he has vandalized them, which some then look for to alter or  destroy and other folks battle …

The Material of Guilt: Photorealistic Woven Textile Mug Shots

The cringeworthy minute at which one’s accused guilt is captured permanently (and often disseminated on the web) results in a telling portrait of the …

12 Worthy Winners: 2013 World Architecture Festival Awards

Dynamic, surprising and visually beautiful, the winners of the 2013 World Architecture Festival awards signify the really best in current architecture across a …

Phonebloks Unlocked: Google Backs Modular Mobile Cellphone

Far more than the sum of its components, the conceptual swappable-piece mobile cellphone design and style that went viral but is now becoming backed by Google-owned Motorola and is …

Rural Urbanism: Forest Local community of 1-Pole Tree Homes

Pristine nature versus urban growth seem ever at war, but this designer proposes a reduced-affect, modest-footprint method for cross-kingdom co-habitation …