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In April, the European Commission, the EU’s executive body accused Google of stifling competition and harming consumers by improperly favoring its shopping comparison services …

Airbnb scores valuation up to $ 25.5 billion

Airbnb is on the brink of raising $1.5 billion that would boost its valuation up to $25.5 billion, as it comes forth as the …

Michael Green Architecture and DVVD have partnered with REI France developments to construct the world’s tallest wood building in a major European city – Paris. …

Chinese Construction Firm Builds a 57 Storey-Skyscraper in 19 Days

Recently, a Chinese company, Board sustainable firm, a prefab construction firm built a 57-storey Skyscraper in 19 days. The construction work was done in the …

U.S. Builder Confidence Highest since January

U.S. Homebuilder’s confidence was at its optimum in August with the advent of improving job market and declining home loan rates improved the stance …

Architecture 2050 Imperative: Australia Takes Leads on War against CO2

The International Union of Architects has unanimously embraced ‘2050 Imperative’ a declaration focusing on the eliminating of carbon dioxide emissions in the environment thereby …

‘An Ethereal Lotus Building Standing on Water’ by Studio505 Blooms in China

  (Image Source: John Gollings) A magnanimous Australian architecture firm as of late divulged what may be the most spectacular and futuristic municipal facility …

STARK Architects Plans to Create Sustainable Floating Hawkers Centre in Singapore

(All Image Courtesy of SPARK Architects) SPARK architects has presented ‘the solar orchid’, an outline for a floating hawker center equipped for involving waterscapes …

Un Capo d’opera! Palazzo Italia to get a smog-purifying façade for Milan Expo 2015

World Expo has always been one of the most noteworthy international exhibitions of all time. Ever since its inception, nations exhibiting embody elements of …

Wolfgang Artists Team Set to Beat Architects for the UK Pavilion 2015 Milan World Expo

Godfather of British Fashion, Sir Paul Smith is usually associated in the public eye as multi-millionaire clothing impresario. In what comes as surprise in …

Nature as a Mentor: Enterprising Sustainable Innovation

One of the most compelling and evolved peculiarities of nature is sustainability. Nature is innocuous. It banks on diversity, fits form to function and …

Radisson Blu hotels: Designed to Content

When traveling, it is always important to book a comfortable, efficient, and welcoming hotel that helps you relax and makes you feel like home. Radisson Blu, the upper scale brand for Radisson Hotels, not only gathers the entire previous criterion but also adds a couple of stars.

Boeing leaves the States?

This Wednesday was a tough day for both Boeing Co. and unionized machinists in Washington State; we might even call it a never ending day, since final outcome of the past events still isn’t familiar. What will happen with union’s 31,000 workers or Boeing’s presence in Washington State or even U.S. overall is still not familiar. The concern took place when Boeing Co machinists yesterday rejected an eight-year labor contract extension and outcome of the rejection could cause the end of Boeing’s 97-year presence in the state.

Knock, knock! Who’s there? Amazon.

Many of you must have experienced already how it feels like when you have to postpone all of your plans on Sundays, since many things don’t work in the same way as they do during the week. For some of you Amazon decided not to keep you wait for that package you would really needed before Monday. So starting from this week Amazon package could knock on your doors even on Sundays.

California Officials Unveil Details of Bay Delta Conversation Plan

On the 14th of March, California authorities issued an initial project which included a prime proposal to reform the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta in an effort to secure water supply across the state. In addition, the documents of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan centrally focused on the California Governor Jerry Brown’s multi-billion suggestion to bring back the equipoise of the ecosystem and provide stable water supply for the state.

CBI Urges UK Government to Build New Homes

The Confederation of British Industry, UK’s leading lobbying organization, suggested that the forthcoming 2013 Budget should be centrally focused on creating around 50,000 new homes in order to reduce fiscal deficit. Moreover, the British Chambers of Commerce supported the plea put forward by the CBI to promote infrastructure.

UnderWater World is closer with World Discus Hotel

Some unimaginably futuristic plans will never be pursued, but some will… Despite the fact that idea of the cities of the future is still more or less on paper, underwater hotels are going to get us closer to a vision of our fate. Even though the Rangali Islands Resort in the Maldives glories in the title of the world’s first “underwater hotel”, on the horizon there is a new project which will certainly be revolutionary – the World Discus Hotel as it is to be the largest underwater building.

Russian splendor amounts to $50b for 2014 Winter Olympics

Getting a chance to organize and host the 2014 Winter Olympics is one of few opportunities when Russia can show the whole world how big and powerful it is. And it is – nothing to sneeze at. Yet, the preparations for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi amounted to record $50 billion. Billions of dollars are being spent to rebuild national prestige and pride

List of U.K. most expensive residential streets revealed

Even though the U.K. saw house prices drop for a sixth month in December, it has still true jewels which cannot be described as cheap and average at all. Lloyds TSB issued its annual list of most expensive streets in the U.K. Not surprisingly, London has once again outperformed other cities in the competition as all from the top ten are located in the capital of the U.K. According to the survey, residences located in Egerton Crescent, Kensington and Chelsea, London, are the costliest with the average house being valued at over £8 million

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