Going Urban

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An Australian social science student with a peaked interest in urban, social, and environmental planning. I look forward to evolutionary cityscapes, rapid public transit systems, and the implementation of creative, long-term, cost-effective designs.

I've taken to reblogging non-relevant posts between urbanism goodness. I regret nothing.

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juliedillon:

This is an entry I made for Helpful Bear Productions’ Kaiju Design contest.  (which is still ongoing, btw, if you want to enter!) Rather than design one full kaiju, I wanted to try playing around with bigger interlocking shapes and see if I could squeeze various creatures together. 

This is why I don’t go swimming.
(J/K. I love swimming.)

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juliedillon:

This is an entry I made for Helpful Bear Productions’ Kaiju Design contest.  (which is still ongoing, btw, if you want to enter!) Rather than design one full kaiju, I wanted to try playing around with bigger interlocking shapes and see if I could squeeze various creatures together. 

This is why I don’t go swimming.

(J/K. I love swimming.)

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ruutel:

Green thinking is spreading among road builders in Spain.

ruutel:

Green thinking is spreading among road builders in Spain.

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soundbitecity:

Hohenstaufenplatz Market

We stumbled upon this small Tuesday afternoon market on the street outside of Hohenstaufenplatz (park), in the Kreuzberg neighborhood of Berlin.  Features included fresh produce, coffee, vegetarian Indian food, fries, cheeses, meats, and a wide number of seating options.  There were also clearly a large number of bikers, including both the vendors and the customers.

Large markets are great , but there’s really something to be said for laid-back neighborhood markets as well.  Grab a coffee or some food, take a seat, and chat with your friends and neighbors.  When it’s time to leave, grab some fruits, vegetables, and cheese to take home.

Photo taken April, 2014

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Outdoor Knowledge Exchange (Amsterdam)

Wednesdays at Place du Chatelain (Brussels)

Sundays in Watermael-Boitsfort (Brussels)

At the market in Aachen (Aachen)

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There’s some beautiful people in my feed. I always love seeing your personal posts - art, studies, future plans, anxieties, random thoughts, relationships, gastronomic adventures…
You are some splendid homosapiens.

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megaestructuras:

Moshe Safdie | Habitat Israel | Jerusalem; Israel | 1970

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rawr-its-michelle:

i never hit reblog so fast in my life

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#me 

spookyjohansson:

*Jesus does the cup song at the Last Supper* You’re going to miss me when I’m gone.

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lzbth:

i cant breahte

Urban hero

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Just finished Legend of Zelda : A Link Between Worlds

HIGHLY RECOMMEND

The added challenge of a 2D lens was a sensational feature. Like oot, the bosses were often too easy which was a little disappointing (thank goodness for hero mode); however, the overall play was 10/10.

PS. I’m definitely going to work on a Ravio cosplay.

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#starting fire emblem tmw hope it will be just as great  #legend of zelda  #a link between worlds 

unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

Brazilian photographer Cassio Vasconcellos creates virtually impossible aerial views of giant parking lots that extend indefinitely. His pictures are made up of thousands of individual photos. Rows of cars are photographed from above and then reassembled into a single seamless composite image, creating entire walls of them to great effect. Seen from a distance, the huge panels resemble large mosaics composed of thousands of individual colored tiles. On closer examination, however they reveal the intricacy and complexity of Vasconcellos’ masterful compositions.

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lifemadesimple:

Will really help to speed up public transport - and no issue of a language barrier.

lifemadesimple:

Will really help to speed up public transport - and no issue of a language barrier.

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