London welcomes a geodesic dome to promote the “Year of Mexico in the United Kingdom”

March 12, 2015 by  
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This year Mexico and the United Kingdom will launch an interactive campaign known as “Year of Mexico in the United Kingdom” and the “Year of the United Kingdom in Mexico” in 2015. The festivities kicked off in the U.K.’s Potters Fields Park vis-à-vis the Tower Bridge of London, displaying a 25 meter geodesic dome with a base area of over 500 square meters. Read the rest of London welcomes a geodesic dome to promote the “Year of Mexico in the United Kingdom” Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: art installations , geodesic dome , geodesic domes , Interactive campaigns , Potters Field Park , united kingdom , Year of Mexico in the United Kingdom , Year of the United Kingdom in Mexico

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Friggebod Fun: Swedish Sheds from Sommarnöjen

April 14, 2010 by  
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In 1979 the Swedish Housing Minister, Birgit Friggebo, changed the building codes to exempt structures under 15 square meters (about 150 square feet) from the requirement for a building permit. For this act, she has been immortalized, as these small buildings are now known as Friggeboden. There is some very interesting architecture being done in this market, including these designs from Sommarnöjen, , (Google translates that as Summer Fun) which hires some of Scandinavia’s best architects to design them….

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UPDATED: Australia is Piiiiiiiissed – Arrests Crew Members of Chinese Coal Ship

April 14, 2010 by  
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Photo via Physorg, Credit Australian Maritime Safety Authority Just over a week ago, a coal-carrying ship – the Chinese Shen Neng 1 – ran around on Douglas Shoals in the Great Barrier Reef .

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