The tiny Hütte Hut is a wonderful wooden teardrop camper for two

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Kengo Kuma reveals plans to update Tokyo hospital with a garden at its heart

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Medical facilities are, generally speaking, rather cold spaces, but they don’t have to be that way. Kengo Kuma and Associates has released their plans to replace an aging medical center in southwest Tokyo with a bright, modern building that peacefully coexists with the natural landscape. The new Seijo Kinoshita Hospital will have an updated maternity ward, and the building design will be wrapped around a gorgeous green space. Read the rest of Kengo Kuma reveals plans to update Tokyo hospital with a garden at its heart Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: green spaces in hospitals , japanese architecture , japanese hospital , Kengo Kuma , landscaped garden , natural lighting indoors , seijo kinoshita hospital , tokyo hospital

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Scientists identify a new chemical contributing to global warming

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As if global warming isn’t bad enough, scientists have discovered that a new category of uncontrolled chemicals are depleting the ozone layer and affecting the Earth’s climate. Phys.org reports that a new study recently publishing in the journal Nature Geoscience reveals chemicals not controlled by a United Nations treaty, known as ‘very short-lived substances’ (VSLS), are leading to further depletion of the ozone layer. Read the rest of Scientists identify a new chemical contributing to global warming Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: CFCs , chemical , climate , Climate Change , dichloromethane , montreal protocol , NOAA , ozone , ozone layer , uncontrolled , university of leeds , vsls

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