Qanat in Gilan A"QANAT" is one of a series of well-like vertical shaft,connected by gently sloping tunnels. Qanats create a reliable supply of water for human settlements and irrigation in hot,arid and semi-arid climates. The qanat technology is known to have been developed by the persian people sometime in the early 1st millennium BC and spread from there slowly westward and eastward.
Sunken Platform in a Lake in Vöcklabruck, Austria where visitors are able to sit in the middle of a pond without getting wet. The landscape includes a path leading down to a hollowed out circular area where people can take a seat amongst nature. It's a surreal journey along the gradual ramp to the observational platform as the water level gains height either side. Once in the resting area, depending on perspective, visitors seem like they're wading in the lake without a drop of water on…
LOVELOVELOLOVE Well this is one solution to solving pot holes in the streets! Artist Juliana Santacruz Herrera has taken it upon herself to repair the streets of Paris, and adding a little bit color while she’s at it! Herrera makes her installations.
The goal of the Bikeway Belém project was not only to define and provide wayfinding guidance for the new bike route along the river Tagus in the center of Lisbon, but to energize the diverse urban spaces that it traverses.