Surreal Echappée Aquarium Lets Fish Escape the Tank

February 28, 2014 by  
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The Echappée aquarium by designer Sebastien Cordoleani resembles something out of a Salvador Dalí painting. Something that would easily fit in with a collection of melting clocks, the French artist’s latest project elevates the traditional fish tank with a pipe and air pressure adjustment that allows the aquatic inhabitants to break free from an otherwise confined space. Read the rest of Surreal Echappée Aquarium Lets Fish Escape the Tank Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aquatic habitat , echappee , fish tank , glass tank , materials for thought , salvador dali , sebastien cordoleani , surrealist design , vincent breed        

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Make Architects Unveil Igloo-Shaped Cinema Made from Reclaimed Cardboard in London

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Read the rest of Make Architects Unveil Igloo-Shaped Cinema Made from Reclaimed Cardboard in London Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: cardboard cinema Ecobuild , Ecobuild 2014 , london architecture , make architects , modular architecture , modular shells , reclaimed cardboard , Reclaimed Materials , regeneration film festival , shell structures , temporary cinema        

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U.S. Imports Expensive Feed from China to Satisfy American Appetite for Organic Eggs

February 28, 2014 by  
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Bad news organic egg fans: your tasty breakfast staple might not be as ethical or good for the environment as you’d like to think. According to an NPR report, American farmers struggling to keep up with the skyrocketing demand for organic eggs have turned to importing organic feed from countries like China and India. Not only does the expensive, imported feed result in a large carbon footprint and depress domestic organic egg production, but skeptics also worry about the authenticity of organic feed sourced from countries with less stringent regulations. Read the rest of U.S. Imports Expensive Feed from China to Satisfy American Appetite for Organic Eggs Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: egg shortage , farming , imported feed , organic corn , organic egg industry , organic egg production , organic eggs , organic farming , organic feed , organic soybeans , u.s. agribusiness , u.s. farmers        

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Public PPlanter Urinal Doubles as a Bamboo Garden in San Francisco

February 28, 2014 by  
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When most people hear the term public urinal, it’s often accompanied by horrifying images and the recollection of an equally unpleasant smell. In an attempt to change people’s perception of these waste receptacles, California’s Hyphae Design Laboratory  developed the PPlanter , an eco-friendly public urinal that not only gives people the chance to relieve themselves in the fresh air, but uses bamboo to process their pee. Read the rest of Public PPlanter Urinal Doubles as a Bamboo Garden in San Francisco Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bamboo bio-filter urinal , California bamboo urinal , eco-friendly urinal , ecological urinal , green urinal , hyphae design laboratory , open-air public urinal , PPlanter , San Francisco public urinal , sustainable porta pottie , unisex public urinal        

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Surreal Echappée Aquarium Lets Fish Escape the Tank

October 16, 2013 by  
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The Echappée aquarium by designer Sebastien Cordoleani resembles something out of a Salvador Dalí painting. Something that would easily fit in with a collection of melting clocks, the French artist’s latest project elevates the traditional fish tank with a pipe and air pressure adjustment that allows the aquatic inhabitants to break free from an otherwise confined space. Read the rest of Surreal Echappée Aquarium Lets Fish Escape the Tank Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aquatic habitat , echappee , fish tank , glass tank , materials for thought , salvador dali , sebastien cordoleani , surrealist design , vincent breed        

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