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The High Line is a 2.33 km elevated linear park created on an elevated section of a disused New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line, in New York City. Its success is based on its reinterpretation of the infrastructure as public space. The High Line is inspired by the 4.8 km

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The Promenade plantée, the Planted Promenade, in Paris is an elevated park-like pathway running partly on a viaduct. It is also known as the Coulée Vert, the Green Flow and extends 4.5 kilometers running almost the entire length of the 12th arrondissement from the Périphérique on the eastern end..

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Cultural Development Node No. 1 'El Morro' is the first of architectural interventions to expand the reach and capacity of the quite recent, but already highly successful Cultural Development Center of Moravia (CDCM), located in one of the poorest neighbourhoods of Medellín, Colombia – area with..

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The Recycled Pallet Pavillion is located in the garden of Villa Romana, the German Institute of Culture in Florence, Italy and exhibits the inventiveness that can be achieved from using recycled materials. This 100 square meter pavilion is versatile enough to host a multitude of exhibits from..

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What is long-lasting and what is recycle friendly was one of the key questions we were able to follow in the project for a metal recycle plant, where they first accumulate and then separate different waste metals and prepare them for reuse. The project consists of an immense production plateau..

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Villa Rotterdam

Rotterdam, Netherlands
by OOZE

Ooze Architects was commissioned to carry out the conversion of this detached Rotterdam house. The house had been extended several times since its first construction, resulting in highly inefficient and unusable interior spaces, and a disconnection from the stunning natural context of the house...

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Re-using City

Genoa, Italy
by CIRCOLO-A

Water-squares is a method of redevelopment of public spaces that allow to save water avoiding the danger of floods. Today human kind has realized the real importance of raw materials; using them rationally is possible and deserved to preserve our planet and improve living conditions of everybody...

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