In Aarhus (Denmark), urbanization is getting stronger and stronger, and the need for new urban areas leads to use former industrial areas. To ensure the old and the new match better, the community of this former railroad industrial district has partnered with the AART design studio, following the suggestion of the non-profit organization Givisme. Together they have imagined and actually created a pop-up village made of old train carriages, providing several activities,… Lire la Suite
Looks like a pop-up something, doesn’t it ? Well not at all. And you will never discover who it hosts. Check it out.
Living where you work, working where you live… Is this our future life ?
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Crisis in Europe has led to some new concepts in France, especially created towards needing communities. University students are among those communities and the universities have started expanding their usual service offer to other basic needs, such as helping student getting quality, healthy everyday food. This Mini-M (for mini-market) provides the students of the Toulouse university with everything they could need at very affordable prices. And the design of the place (minimalist… Lire la Suite
Une communauté écologique, habitant des cabanes dans les arbres, vous reçoit comme nulle part ailleurs. Meet a treehouse community, dedicated to nature preservation. Place/ Finca Bellavista, Costa Rica