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MOST monti studio brings missoni zig-zags to the italian cultural institute of dakar

the façade combines the zigzags of italian fashion house missoni with the typical colors of senegalese clothes.

the façade combines the zigzags of italian fashion house missoni with the typical colors of senegalese clothes.

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atelier ryo abe renovates japanese wooden shed into house & atelier open to its surroundings

situated in a triangular plot surrounded with bamboo bushes, the residence is built around the main theme of fusing architecture with its lively outline.

situated in a triangular plot surrounded with bamboo bushes, the residence is built around the main theme of fusing architecture with its lively outline.

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fuertespenedo arquitectos adds concrete volume to traditional stone house in spain

the addition created

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this giant hulk sculpture is made from recycled auto parts

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this giant hulk sculpture was made by kreatworks from recycled metal, useless auto and motorcycle parts, and recycled machines.

this giant hulk sculpture was made by kreatworks from recycled metal, useless auto and motorcycle parts, and recycled machines.

carnival corp. cruise company offers use of ships as floating hospitals

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cruise ships are capable of being quickly provisioned to serve as hospitals with up to 1,000 rooms that can treat patients suffering from less critical, non-COVID-19 conditions.

cruise ships are capable of being quickly provisioned to serve as hospitals with up to 1,000 rooms that can treat patients suffering from less critical, non-COVID-19 conditions.

with much of the world staying home, will changing habits lead to an internet collapse?

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netflix CEO comments: ‘to ensure internet access for all, let’s

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