The World’s First 3D Printed Room is a Mind-Boggling Baroque Interior

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Zappos Billionaire is Transforming Downtown Las Vegas into a Sustainable Urban Center

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Back in the 1940s, an entrepreneur named Bugsy Siegel had big dreams for a shimmering oasis in the heart of the Mojave desert, and from his vision, the Las Vegas as we know it today was born. 70 years later the heart of the city is crumbling, but another visionary has appeared with an entirely new dream for the struggling downtown area. Today, Zappos billionaire Tony Hsieh is working hard along with the Downtown Partnership to change Sin City into a flourishing, sustainable urban center. Read the rest of Zappos Billionaire is Transforming Downtown Las Vegas into a Sustainable Urban Center Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Downtown Las Vegas , Downtown Las Vegas revitalization , downtown Las Vegas sustainability , Downtown Partnership Las Vegas , Las Vegas downtown , Las Vegas shipping container mall , Las Vegas Tony Hsieh , sustainable cities , sustainable downtown , sustainable urban core , Tony Hsieh , Zappos Tony Hsieh

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Incredibly Intricate Cardboard Columns Are the World’s Most Complex Architecture

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