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Sometimes we see an image on the internet and we just have to share it around the office via email. Those images are collected here. As an inspiration board featuring all kinds of buildings and urban planning, art installations, and other things.
And the International Highrise Award for 2014 goes to the Bosco Verticale [Future Architecture: http://futuristicnews.com/category/future-architecture/]

And the International Highrise Award for 2014 goes to the Bosco Verticale

A high-rise ‘urban forest’ in Milan has been selected winner of the International Highrise Award 2014 as presented by the City of Frankfurt am Main with Deutsches Architekturmuseum and DekaBank. Bosco Verticale was designed by Boeri Studio

With a curvaceous skate park that can be used for skateboarding, rollerblading, or cycling, a large climbing wall, an open amphitheater encouraging shows, as well as music and dancing, what teenager would stay away? The open and inviting structure, meant to welcome all, is supported by the oval pods that house the activity rooms as well as the offices.  I’d say the whole edifice screams fun.

SelgasCano Architects’ design for the new Youth Factory (Factoría Joven) in Mérida, Spain is all about welcoming and protecting.

Gallery - Science Park Kassel / Birk Heilmeyer und Frenzel Architekten - 12

Gallery of Science Park Kassel / Birk Heilmeyer und Frenzel Architekten - 12

Image 12 of 21 from gallery of Science Park Kassel / Birk Heilmeyer und Frenzel Architekten. Photograph by Eibe Soennecken

URBAN AGENCY's Luxury Apartment Design "Twists" French Planning Law,Exterior Rendered View. Image Courtesy of URBAN AGENCY

Gallery of URBAN AGENCY's Luxury Apartment Design "Twists" French Planning Law - 1

Stirling Campus in Forth Valley College / Reiach and Hall Architects

Gallery of Stirling Campus in Forth Valley College / Reiach and Hall Architects - 12

Gap House,Courtesy of Woohyun Kang

Gallery of Gap House / Archihood WXY - 1

Eerste openlucht school (First Open Air School), Amsterdam, 1929-1930, designed by Jan Duiker

Eerste openlucht school (First Open Air School), Amsterdam, designed by Jan Duiker

Brutalist architecture 1, Buenos Aires, Argentine. 1959-66 by Clorindo Testa (photo Cemal Emden)

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