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    Giant 16th-Century ‘Colossus’ Sculpture In Florence, Italy Has Actually Entire Areas Hidden Inside

    This epic colossus, half guy, half mountain, had been erected within the belated 1500s by well-known Italian sculptor Giambologna as an expression of Italy’s durable Appenine hills. This hill god, fittingly called Appennino, stay 35 legs high on the floor associated with Villa di Pratolino in Tuscany. The rugged, mountainous statue hides an excellent key […] More

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    Architects Turn Iceland’s Boring Electricity Pylons Towards Monster Human Statues

    Choi and Shine wish to change just how energy frameworks are made. Their “Land of Giants™” design, recommended in 2008, views electric pylons as human-shaped statues enhancing the Icelandic country side. Architects Jin Choi and Thomas Shine will be the thoughts behind this skunkworks, experimental design studio. “Like the statues of Easter Island,” write Choi […] More

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    “More Sky” Window Becomes Balcony To Provide Small Apartments Exterior Knowledge

    Argentinian designer Aldana Ferrer Garcia has generated an expanding screen idea that enables apartment-dwellers to savor the sky from their particular oft-cramped quarters. The “More Sky” windows all move or elsewhere expand out of the wall surface to develop comfortable sitting alcoves. Garcia writes that the task “provides aesthetic relief, accessibility sunshine and oxygen for […] More

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