Bjarke Ingel’s Serpentine Pavilion To Be Featured On The Great British Bake Off
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Bjarke Ingel’s Serpentine Pavilion To Be Featured On The Great British Bake Off

Bjarke Ingels’ Serpentine Pavilion has been confirmed to feature on the popular TV show The Great British Bake Off. The show, which pits amateur bakers against each other, will use the pavilion as a site for a bread-based baking challenge. The challenge will see the entire pavilion go up in flames as it is used … Continue reading

What These Skyscrapers Tell Us About Their Architect’s Dick
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What These Skyscrapers Tell Us About Their Architect’s Dick

Skyscraper: Home Insurance Building – Chicago, USA Architect: William Le Baron Jenney What It Says About His Dick: Considered to be the world’s first skyscraper, Jenney’s need to erect what would have been an incredibly tall building at the time suggests that he was desperately using architecture to compensate for his very small dick. Skyscraper: 30 … Continue reading

Architect Repurposes Shipping Container Into A Vessel For Transporting Large Amount Of Goods
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Architect Repurposes Shipping Container Into A Vessel For Transporting Large Amount Of Goods

Portland, Oregon – The world has seen a lot of amazing projects done with shipping containers the past years, but a recent project by  US architect Louis Tanner is perhaps the most remarkable one yet. In his project “Shipping Container 2.0”, Tanner took a disused shipping container and used it to store and transport a … Continue reading

Stunning Use Of Light In New York Apartment That You’ll Never Ever Be Able To Afford
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Stunning Use Of Light In New York Apartment That You’ll Never Ever Be Able To Afford

A careful consideration of window placement, ceiling treatment and strategic interior partitioning has created a truly unique space in the heart of New York’s SoHo that you will probably never be able to visit and definitely never live in. A prime piece of real estate in one of the world’s most expensive areas, there is little … Continue reading