Association Architecture Bioclimatic Branding

Association Architecture Bioclimatic Branding

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Creanet shared a branding and visual identity project for Association Architecture Bioclimatic, an international association of the world’s leading architects expert in bioclimatic structures. Actually there are 497 members from 39 countries. Its members have been collectively responsible for the architecture design of most of the world’s top environmental buildings. The Design is simple and very elegant, with a special shout-out to the editorial design.   Continue reading

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Urban Centers Undergo ‘Guerilla Greening’ in GIFs that Reimagine Cities with Lush Vegetation

Fleet Street in London

The team over at WATG reenvisions some of the most iconic corridors in major cities in what the global design firm aptly describes as “guerilla greening.” Through a series of GIFs, streets in London, New York City, and Honolulu are transformed into lush, garden-like enclaves teeming with trees, new landscaping, and thick vegetation wrapping around the existing architecture. WAFT poured years of research into the short animations, which visualize practical and viable adjustments that would improve air quality, promote bicycle and pedestrian traffic, and make the traditionally concrete-and-brick locales more ecologically diverse. Continue reading

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This Nike Dunk Low Gets The Georgetown Look

Joining the Valentine’s Day-inspired colorway is another kids-exclusive offering of the Nike Dunk Low with this pair coming with Georgetown Hoyas vibes. The low top iteration of the Nike Dunk starts off with a light shade of grey on the side panels, ankle, and toe with navy being used all on the overlays as well as on the laces, inner liner, heel tab, Swooshes, and tongue tags. Grey insoles with orange Nike branding, grey Nike branding on the tongues and heels, a white midsole, and navy rubber outsoles cap things off. Look for this Nike Dunk Low to release in GS sizes in the coming weeks for a price tag of $85. Continue reading

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A New Timelapse Tool Reveals How Much Humans Have Altered Earth’s Landscape Since 1984

Venture back to the sights of 1984 with Google Earth’s new timelapse tool. Released just in time for Earth Day, the addition reveals our collective mark on the planet during the last three decades and provides visual evidence of urban sprawl and the devastating effects of deforestation, mining, and agricultural growth in both 2- and 3-D. For those interested in checking out some of the most profoundly impacted areas, Google released a curated selection of videos that are categorized by theme and location, from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to Jirau Dam, Brazil to the Tucker And Whitehall Glaciers in Antarctica. (via Uncrate) Continue reading

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