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This Urban Treehouse Is Cooler Than Any Apartment

This urban treehouse is every city-dwelling, nature-loving person’s dream. For the first time ever, people in Turino, Italy can enjoy the convenience of living in the city without giving up the ease and beauty of nature. Named 25 Verde (aka 25 Green), this eco-friendly structure was designed by Italian architect Luciano Pia, who has been working on the designs since 2007. The five-story Italian building includes 63 units, tree-shaped steel support beams and a variety of trees and plants.

Urban Treehouse Green Design

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10 Amazing And Important UNESCO World Heritage Sites

In the midst of destruction, the United Nations saw potential for innovation and created the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in a fractured, post-World War II landscape. Made to build lasting peace and form bonds between people, UNESCO’s first directive was to rebuild schools, museums, libraries and other important cultural and intellectual sites after the war. Since its inception in 1945, UNESCO has positively impacted the world in a number of ways.

UNESCO Building

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This Illuminated Bike Path Was Inspired by Van Gogh

There’s nothing quite like a midnight stroll down the Van Gogh-Roosegaarde Bicycle Path, a recently unveiled illuminated bike path in Nuenen, Netherlands that has taken the world by storm. Inspired by painter Vincent van Gogh’s iconic painting Starry Night, the bicycle path is covered with glowing blue and green lights that swirl and twist to mimic the artwork. This kilometer-long bicycle path is the latest innovation from Studio Roosegaard, a design firm that’s known for its interactive and socially responsible designs.

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Peak Walk Suspension Bridge Is First Of Its Kind

Peak Walk Bridge

Source: Daily Mail

A trip across the world’s first peak-to-peak suspension bridge is by no means for the faint of heart. Strung up to connect Glacier 3000 to the Scex Rouge, the Peak Walk by Tissot stands 9,800 feet above sea level. Located in the Swiss Alps, the 351 foot-long walkway gives visitors a view of 24 surrounding peaks, including the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc and Jungfrau mountains.

Check out the dizzying views from the 31-inch wide bridge in this video clip:

Suspension Bridge over Peaks

Source: IB Times

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