i like it :D
Rebuilding the "TOWERS"... incredible.
An extensive resource with tons of articles serving the world of architecture online!
Covers new buildings worldwide and a spectrum of design and technical issues.
FIC : USA, India and China
great use for a church
Wow WOW WOW that place is amazing place. I want it big time
A great site for understanding, learning and brainstorming ideas of architecture.
From the page: "Though the implications of his [James Hansen] studies paint an alarming picture, he remains positive about the prospects of turning the tide on carbon dioxide emissions but warns that immediate global action is required."
From the page:
"Vinyl: Any Color but Green
by Michael Cockram
In the debate over the "greenness" of building materials, vinyl has become a divisive topic. The U.S. Green Building Council conducted what it termed an exhaustive study of the environmental impact of vinyl and decided to drop recommendations to avoid the use of vinyl in its LEED certification program. As a result, the USGBC has found itself at odds with some environmental groups.
In many contemporary buildings, vinyl is ubiquitous - from water pipes to window frames to wiring, siding, flooring, and roofing. Chances are good that you are within arm's length of vinyl at this moment. By far the most common form of vinyl is polyvinylchloride (PVC), and PVC is one of the most used plastics worldwide."
If that ain't a sexual ceiling I don't know what sexual is.
it's gorgeous, I've seen the outside many times and ever gone in. Wow I just feel stupid now. For heaven sakes, that is actually where I go every single time I go to Scotland; Edinburgh. *shakes head at self*
Man, I wish my house would look like some of these buildings. Just beautiful.