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Let There Be Light

The new issue of MIT’s Technology Review includes this proposed design for Shenzen Airport in China, an example of the sort of undulating biomorphic structure made possible by parametric design software. This beautiful digital rendering is by New york architecture firm Reiser + Umemoto.

A Place in the Trees

Amazing writing studio, for a writer who’s doing rather well for herself, I’d say. Gorgeous. Private Library from A Space In Time on Vimeo.

Eco Homes Near Mt. Fuji

My college buddy Jake Reiner did a bunch of interesting things after graduating, from living in a treehouse in the Hawaiian rainforest to …. well, let’s say he’s done lots of things. But quite a few years ago, he found his way to Japan, and has made a home for himself in the area around […]