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Chicks Grow Faster with Hygienic Flooring Mar 09, 2017 | 100% rev

Poultry farms have been shutting down left, right and centre in the news recently. With an influx of bird flu known as the H5N2 avian flu, hatcheries and poultry farms are on their toes taking maximum precautions. 

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King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture Mar 03, 2017 | 100% rev

Making drastic changes to the landscape in Dhahran is the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture. Shaped like neatly arranged pebbles in gigantic proportion, the center is nearing completion.

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Bigamy: Bjarke Ingels' Philosophy Dec 16, 2016 | 75% rev

Bjarke Ingels Group is an architectural firm that truly suits its acronym. The projects pursued by this firm are notoriously large in nature, not just that but also incredibly innovative and sometimes even merging fiction with reality.

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Ben van Berkel: Efficient Living Nov 28, 2016 | 75% rev

Ben van Berkel is an architect who aims to restructure the way we think about housing. His contributions to the field include the stunning Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam, as well as huge scale housing projects in Asia such as the Masterplan Eunma Housing Development in South Korea. Not only has he brought iconic landmarks to the industry, but also innovative theory in practice. He works through UNStudio, the architectural firm he founded in 1998.

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Keep it Clean: The Science Behind Clean Rooms Mar 07, 2017 | 50% rev

With industries and technologies growing each day, clean rooms become more and more integrated with cutting edge technology. From pharmaceutical companies to meat industries, their use is wide spread.

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The Influence of Architecture on Social Relationships Feb 10, 2017 | 50% rev

Jeanne Gang is an architect that offers a different perspective to the field. Whilst we may think that architecture is about buildings, Gang places her emphasis on relationships.

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The Next Rembrandt meets Bolidt Feb 24, 2017 | 25% rev

Sometimes it seems that as technology advances in leaps and bounds, classical art and tradition begin to fall by the wayside. However, a team of data scientists, developers, engineers, and art historians completed a project that aims to do the exact opposite. Using the latest in cutting edge technology, the team have recreated an art piece in the style of Rembrandt; The Next Rembrandt.

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Re-imagining Street Signage: Roadsworth Jan 26, 2017 | 25% rev

As discussed in Good Parking Lots: A Lot to Consider, clear pedestrian signage is of utmost importance when cars and pedestrians are in the same space. However, Canadian street artist Roadsworth shows that whilst it’s important, it doesn’t always have to follow the norm.

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