floresenelatico:

Growing Structure: Kagome Sandpit in Vienna.

http://www.detail-online.com/architecture/topics/growing-structure-kagome-sandpit-in-vienna-021002.html

Kagome is a special weaving technique as well as a Japanese children’s song. It’s also the name of a children’s sand pit in the outdoor playing area of the Vienna MuseumsQuartier. The sandpit created last summer is enclosed by planted willow cuttings. It was designed and developed by PPAG architects, together with Julia Stefanie Meyer and Simon Oberhammer.

(via plotscape)

jtotheizzoe:

The Sound of the Earth

Artist Lotte Geeven traveled to what is perhaps the deepest hole on Earth, a 5.5-mile deep rift in the Czech Republic, and listened. This is the sound of the Earth, most likely seismic waves converted into the audible range. I find no fault in this music :)

We live on a creaking, grinding, swelling, shrinking, popping, and shaking blob of molten magma and magnetic metal surrounded by a thin candy shell. Never forget that.

Now that I think about it, Earth and I must be related because MY belly makes this same sound if you put your ear up to it. (via Verge)

Previously: Listen to a volcano scream before it erupts.

(via vistoporahifuera)

laughingsquid:

Countless Ice Balls Floating on the Shores of Lake Michigan

"Il vero viaggio di scoperta non consiste nel cercare nuove terre, ma nell’avere nuovi occhi." Marcel Proust
pic by Giuseppe Quattrone

"Il vero viaggio di scoperta non consiste nel cercare nuove terre, ma nell’avere nuovi occhi." Marcel Proust
pic by Giuseppe Quattrone

Lonely hearts

reforester:

Timothy Allen

Lonely hearts

reforester:

Timothy Allen

Conflict Kitchen by Conflict Kitchen — Kickstarter

Conflict Kitchen

Conflict kitchen only serves food from countries with wich the United States is in conflict

redhousecanada:

2nd Generation Friend

redhousecanada:

2nd Generation Friend

ryanpanos:

research tower  by Pg1 Architekten via Afasia

(via wyckoffwoodworks)

Andernach residents create a community garden | People & Politics - YouTube

In 2010, the small German city of Andernach decided to plant public lands surrounding the town castle with vegetables that citizens were invited to pick and take home