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Texelstroom: The Sustainable Ferry Sep 07, 2016 | 100% rev

People looking for a getaway in Holland as the summer comes to an end are in for a treat. The Texelstroom is a stunning new ferry that will be running between the Dutch islands of Texel and Den Helder.

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UZ Leuven will be the crème de la crème of European healthcare centres Aug 28, 2016 | 100% rev

The ever-growing Gasthuisberg site of University Hospital Leuven has undergone a complete make over since its original build dating from the 70s. Multiple architecture firms have been working (and are still working) on the brand-new Gasthuisberg campus, under which architects De Jong Gortemaker Algra together with Stabo and AR-TE. Now, the end is nearing! A sneak peek can be taken during The Day of the Architecture in Belgium on the 11th of October.

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Wubbo Ockels Aug 24, 2016 | 75% rev

Born in 1946 in Almelo and raised in Groningen, Wubbo Ockels started his career in 1977 when he applied for a job as an astronaut at the European Space Lab. After being selected out of 2000 applicants Wubbo was the first Dutch man in space ever.

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Maurits Algra knows how to create an efficient healing environment Aug 03, 2016 | 75% rev

Maurits Algra, name partner at Dutch design studio De Jong Gortemaker Algra and part of Dutch Health Architects, is internationally recognized as a leading healthcare architect. Such a reputation is reason enough to find out the story and vision behind the man that helps patients heal through his designs.

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Oil Rigs Turned Sea-Life Supporting Skyscrapers? Sep 01, 2016 | 50% rev

Oil rigs may not have the most pleasant association with the ocean, however, the Noah Oasis project has it in their vision for these two things to coexist. Not just to coexist, but to thrive off of each other.

They are transforming off-shore oil rigs into vertical bio-habitats that help restore the oceans from oil spills, bringing harmony back to marine eco-systems. These floating structures are intended to pop up all over the globe, soaking up the marine-life threatening oils that lurk in the sea.

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Driverless Parking: How Driverless Cars will Affect Parking Aug 17, 2016 | 50% rev

As driverless cars slowly make their way to the spotlight of our future, a question of practicality arises. Are we road ready for driverless cars? Do we have parking space for driverless cars? Do driverless cars even require parking spaces? These are some of the queries that have been circulating on the up and coming topic.

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Orbis: The Flying Hospital Aug 12, 2016 | 25% rev

Having a selection of the latest movies on a plane is great, but what about a selection of the latest eye treatment. Orbis is a flying hospital that offers more than your average cabin crew.

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Architecture is Entering Virtual Reality Jul 28, 2016 | 25% rev

Virtual reality has long since been a fantasy in the minds of gamers and artists alike. The ability to explore a virtual world with limitless possibilities certainly has its appeal. But recently the architecture industry has been getting intimate with the technology, exploring new ways to approach the design process. 

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