Crazy new building in China looks like a giant crab!

November 10, 2017 by  
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China may have decided to steer away from “weird architecture” , but bizarre new buildings continue to pop up throughout the country. The new Ecology Center in Kunshan is one of the strangest we’ve seen – it looks a giant crab, complete with hairy claws and white pincers! The building is located on Yangcheng Lake’s eastern shore and it references the area’s famous crab-based delicacy. The outer shell is crafted from dark stainless steel , with pincers and claws resting on the ground. The crab’s durable exterior can supposedly withstand strong winds and typhoons . Related: 21 of China’s Quirkiest, Craziest and Most Fantastical Buildings Work is still underway on the building’s interior, which is expected to open to visitors in 2018. Via Archdaily

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Sungevity & Citigroup Partner to Help Back $50 Million+ of Residential Solar Power Projects

August 15, 2011 by  
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Solar power lease provider Sungevity has just partnered with Citigroup to create a renewable energy tax equity fund that will back more than $50 million in residential projects. The funding will support Sungevity’s partnership with Lowe’s as well as expansion plans underway on the East Coast. Based in Oakland, Cali., Sungevity now offers its solar power leases to homeowners in Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York. … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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