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Hive-Inn City Farm Revolutionizes Urban Farming

If you thought farming was best done in the country, you haven’t seen the Hive-Inn City Farm designs. These proposed designs are for a modular, modern farming structure to be erected in none other than the concrete jungle of New York City. Created by the visionaries at OVA Studio Limited, the Hive-Inn City Farm draws heavily on designs from the Hive-Inn hotel, in which shipping containers are stacked upon one another to create a highly versatile, aesthetically appealing building.


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This Plankton House Is About To Revolutionize Our World

Plankton House Cocoon Fs

The cocoon Source: Contemporist

Believe it or not, plankton is about to change your life. Meet Cocoon_FS: the world’s first featherweight, phytoplankton inspired, thunderstorm-proof, floating and prefabricated structure. The game changing invention’s self-supporting shell is composed of fiber reinforced polymers (FRP), and the entire structure weighs just over 1,500 pounds, making it easy to move from place to place.

Plankton House Cocoon Fs From Above

Source: B2E3

Plankton House Materials

Materials used in the Cocoon Source: Jan Ruben

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5 Of The World’s Best Modern Home Designs

Modern Homes Monterrey

Source: AEC Cafe

Modern Homes: House in Monterrey, Mexico

Designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando this Mexican abode clearly highlights Ando’s inspiration, the Buddhist concept of Zen. Ando’s architectural style evokes simplicity and centers itself around internal feelings as opposed to external appearance. This explains, at least in part, Ando’s use of simple lines and vast amounts of water.

Modern Homes Monterrey Deck

Source: Meta Locus

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The Batu Caves Add A Rich Tradition Of Hinduism in Malaysia

Caves in Malaysia

Source: Wallpapers

Tiptoe up 272 well-marked steps and you’ll reach the Batu Caves of Malaysia. Located north of Kuala in the Gombak district, the Batu Caves attract thousands of Hindu worshipers and visitors each year. While each of the three main caves is astonishing in terms of sheer size and age (the limestone is estimated to be 400 million years old), the religious shrines and statues sprinkled throughout the caves have rendered Batu Caves an important religious site for Hindu followers.

Statue of Lord Murugan Cave Entrance

Source: Deviant Art

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