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9 Failed Designs That Would Have Changed Times Square Forever

Times Square is one big, incredible machine that has the sweet caress of capitalism to thank for its success as much as it does careful city planning. However, when the area was famously filthy in 1984, New York City contemplated a major intervention that would’ve changed the landscape of Midtown profoundly. Read more… Continue Reading [...]

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The Somber History Behind These Wild-Looking Cube Houses

In villages all over Hungary you’ll find cube houses—more or less identical in shape but painted in fantastical colors by their residents. While these houses may look utterly delightful and whimsical to our eyes, they’re less welcomed in their own communities. In her book Hungarian Cubes, photographer Katharina Roters tells the story of standardized housing [...]

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Lego’s Amazing New HQ Is Finally Underway (And You Can Build Your Own)

Lego maniacs have another pilgrimage destination to add to their list: The brand’s new "experience center" broke ground in Billund, Denmark yesterday. As you’d expect, the building itself looks like it’s constructed from a pile of Legos. And thanks to a new Lego Architecture kit, you can start building your own version at home today. [...]

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The World’s Most Expensive Hallway Is Under New York City

The exorbitant costs of the new World Trade Center Transportation Hub have been well-reported: the station cost $4 BILLION DOLLARS. New Yorkers can already experience one element of the pricey hub, a walkway under West Street. And if calculations are correct, this 600-foot corridor is the most expensive hallway on the planet. Read more… Continue [...]

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There’s a Skate Park In an Old Tunnel Under London, And You Can Visit

Amongst the abandoned diggers , unexploded bombs, and Medieval bodies, a labyrinth of Tube tracks—both fully functional and obsolete—wind beneath the streets of London. Last week the city got a whole new subterranean social scene at the House of Vans, a series of five disused tunnels outfitted with bars, a diner, gallery, music venue, and [...]

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Mohammad Domiri Photography

Iranian photographer Mohammad Domiri preserves and shares the beauty of his country’s mosques and other historical sites, showcasing their grand symmetry and mesmerizing details. You can buy his prints of his photos on 500px. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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