Happy sunny summer Monday! Here's a quick roundup of a couple of last week's highlights:
Crochet Playgrounds by Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam (Colossal)
In the mid 1990s Japanese artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam was showing a large scale crochet artwork at an art gallery when two rambunctious children approached her and asked if the sculpture, resembling a colorful hammock, could be climbed on.
eVolo Announces Their 2013 Skyscraper Competition (Inhabitat)
The 2013 eVolo Skyscraper Competition is now open for business and looking for the most outrageous, exceptional, unusual, and forward-thinking designs out there.
Meet Seattle's 'Baby London Eye' (The Atlantic Cities)
Seattle's newest attraction, a Ferris wheel known as the "Great Wheel," officially debuted last month.
A Very Architizer-Canada Day (Architizer)
Last week, we wished a Happy Canada Day to our neighbors to the north! To celebrate, Architizer compiled the top ten projects to have come out of the Canadian architectural world in the last few years.
Green-Roofed Shelter is Urban Curbside Lounge for Paris (Web Urbanist)
JCDecaux, the North American company that invented the ‘street furniture’ concept of outdoor advertising, collaborated with designer Mathieu Lehanneur to create a cool green-roofed rest stop for pedestrians in Paris.