According to the creators It took twelve people ten days to wrap-up the concrete pillars in the great entrance hall of Palais de Tokyo into a maze of accessible translucent passageways, which coil 50 meters through the gallery space and reach the total height of 6 meters.
Artist Tuur van Balen proposes changing pigeons from flying rats to cleaning agents:
A specially engineered bacteria, harmless to pigeons, could potentially change pigeon faeces into biological soap.
For his project Pigeon D’Or, van Balen built a coop that clips to a window, which would allow future apartment dwellers to harvest their very own fresh, pigeon-made soap.
Via Next Nature.
Hybrid sustainable building @Sao Paulo, by French-Brazilian architects Triptyque.
The walls are made of organic concrete with pores that allow several plant species to grow, creating a layer of vegetation that works like the skin of the structure.
Pictures found here and here.
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