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Sunday, 18th November 2012 at 6:52pm
Great work and see more here on Behance.
Saturday, 10th November 2012 at 4:16pm
We had to do a double take when we saw these floats at the Bloemencorso, an annual parade in Zundert, Netherlands.
Every float is made from natural flowers and specifically dahlias.
This is an amazing feat of design, from architectural structures the size of houses to weird animatronic birds and puppets.
Zundert is just a small town, north east of Belgium, with a population of about 20,000 but the variety and ingenuity of these sculptures is fantastic.
See the whole parade in the video below or click here to see more.
Tuesday, 5th June 2012 at 6:57pm
Cologne based artist Simon Schubert creates amazing images of stately homes and palaces by intricately folding plain white sheets of paper.
The folds in the surface create reliefs of just a few millimetres, catching the light at different angles to create detailed pictures of architectural spaces.
See a fly through of a historic home in the video and find out more on Dezeen:
Monday, 17th October 2011 at 3:18am
The pavilion will be used many times and it will have to be easily transportable and installable in squares, parks, meeting places of different cities and FARM Cultural Camp tour’s stops.
Find out more on Arch Daily
Tuesday, 7th June 2011 at 8:20am
SmartGlass™ International is a key supplier to the healthcare, hospitality, and commercial sectors and is unique in that it only manufactures SmartGlass and is completely dedicated to this sector. With a track record in supplying blue chip and bespoke clients worldwide, it asked The Think Tank to undertake a PR project to raise its profile in the UK and Middle East.
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Wednesday, 18th May 2011 at 8:08am
A new survey of UK architects lists Kingspan, Trespa, Velux, Schüco and Otis as the "strongest brands in building materials."
In the Q1 2011 research from the European Architectural Barometer, which is a quarterly study of attitudes of 1200 architects across Europe, architects were asked which brands they perceived as "strongest" in building materials such as bricks, concrete, mortar, insulation, facade and cladding material, aluminium systems, construction floors and roofing material. The top five firms for the UK were Kingspan (with 40% of responses), Trespa (15%), VELUX (8%), Schüco (7%) and Otis (6%).
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