Future Cities Of Floating Villas And Parks, Made From Ocean Plastic | FastCompany
The Maas river runs through France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and empties into the North Sea. It also carries huge amounts of Europe’s trash from its cities into the ocean. Inspired by what’s floating by, Dutch architect Ramon Knoester and his firm WHIM have spent the last four years dreaming up ways to turn one of our greatest environmental ills into built utopias on water. Knoester’s latest vision: Floating parks and villas.

Future Cities Of Floating Villas And Parks, Made From Ocean Plastic | FastCompany

The Maas river runs through France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and empties into the North Sea. It also carries huge amounts of Europe’s trash from its cities into the ocean. Inspired by what’s floating by, Dutch architect Ramon Knoester and his firm WHIM have spent the last four years dreaming up ways to turn one of our greatest environmental ills into built utopias on water. Knoester’s latest vision: Floating parks and villas.

Cities find new ways to use old infrastructure | Spacing
What if your local telephone booth was also an electric vehicle charging station?
Or construction scaffolding became a fun place to sit down and eat lunch?
Or a roadside billboard became a lush, air-cleaning bamboo garden?

Cities find new ways to use old infrastructure | Spacing

What if your local telephone booth was also an electric vehicle charging station?

Or construction scaffolding became a fun place to sit down and eat lunch?

Or a roadside billboard became a lush, air-cleaning bamboo garden?

IBM Turns Ads Into Useful Urban Furniture | Fast Company
Did you ever need a ramp for your luggage (or bike), or a shelter from a sudden downpour, or a place to sit down and tie your shoe? IBM believes that city life can be awfully inconvenient—and that cities should be designed with the needs of ordinary citizens in mind.

IBM Turns Ads Into Useful Urban Furniture | Fast Company

Did you ever need a ramp for your luggage (or bike), or a shelter from a sudden downpour, or a place to sit down and tie your shoe? IBM believes that city life can be awfully inconvenient—and that cities should be designed with the needs of ordinary citizens in mind.