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Photos Of America’s Abandoned Malls

Ohio Represent
“In a sunny place, water tends to be the main constraint to growth. Add water and anything—people, alfalfa, nine-hole golf courses, swimming pools—can proliferate endlessly. According to the logic of half a century ago, when the word ecosystem was just coming into the common parlance, water in a wet place does humans no good. Water in a dry place? Well, that’s Los Angeles. That’s the fields of the San Joaquin Valley. That’s the Inland Empire.”
American Aqueduct: The Great California Water Saga - The Atlantic
Monster Skin Rug | Longoland
Linked Hybrid by Steven Holl Architects | Dezeen
Mill Junction Container Dorm | Metropolis
Here’s how to travel the entire country without ever getting in a car | Grist
Spiral staircase made from chunky wooden blocks by QC

Here Are All The Things That Were Supposed To Save Detroit This Year.

I was assuming the RoboCop Statue would change everything. 

photojojo:

Seen it yet? After months of sneak peeks, Nikon pulled the curtain on its retro-inspired DSLR. 

The Df packs a modern 16 megapixel sensor along with classic features like manual shutter speed and ISO control. 

Nikon Unwraps Its Latest Retro Beauty

via Reddit

entrappedspaces:

The Social Life of Small Places - The Street Corner

An oldie but a goodie: why are some plazas and street corners more successful than others?  With his witty and blunt observations, William Whyte narrates this film on the design of public spaces and how city dwellers interact within it.

Classic.

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