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Why is that lamp-post watching me?

How can we make our cities smarter and working for our benefit?

mpdrolet:


From Microcosm
Christopher Domakis

gh0sttowns:

The last years of Kowloon Walled City, Hong Kong.

Photos by Greg Girard. For more of his pictures of the city visit this link.

architectureofdoom:

stephanocardona:

where trees don’t grow by AdamThompson204

La Oroya, Peru
the-gas-station:

SIM CITY
Picture: Rows of identical houses with a playground seen in the middle in the city of Jiangyin, China
© Kacper Kowalski, 2014 Sony World Photography Awards / Source


New urbanism.
scalesofperception:

Power Generation | Klaus Leidorf
The future of energy will be large, and uncompromising.
SoP | Scale of Environments
furtho:

From Laura Braun’s series The Weather (via The Weather : /)
betonbabe:

CONSTRUCTION OF THE WUPPERTALER SCHWEBEBAHN / WUPPERTAL FLOATING TRAM, 1900

ramirezbundydahmer:

Abandoned Houses.

(via geometryofdopeness)

justement:

Battleship Island (Hashima Island), once the most populous place on earth, now abandoned: http://www.viceland.com/wp/2009/04/battleship-island-japans-rotting-metropolis
Battleship Island video: http://videosift.com/video/Abandoned-Japanese-Island?height=100%&iframe=true&width=100%
Related, the abandoned Soviet era “Oily Rocks” path system over the water and off the coast of Azerbaijan: http://liquidinfrastructure.info/archives/725
gh0sttowns:

Abandoned mill, Sorrento, Italy.
processingmatter:

Lapis Callidus by Georgios Tsakiridis and Efthymia Dimitra Kotsani. “The project suggests the introduction of a highly sophisticated robotic system with swarm-like behaviour properties, in an inherently dystopic territory”.

explore-blog:

One day of transit in New York City, visualized in a mesmerizing animation.

( Transportation Nation)

(via explore-blog)

watershedplus:

The Science Barge greenhouse is a prototype of sustainable urban farm floating on the Hudson River. The greenhouse grows an abundance of fresh produce including tomatoes, melons, greens, and lettuce with zero net carbon emissions, zero pesticides, and zero runoff.

More at Groundwork Hudson Valley

(via mightbewhite)