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Top of France by Jakub Polomski
"Aiguille du Midi (3,842 m). The cable car to the summit, the Téléphérique de l’Aiguille du Midi, was built in 1955 and held the title of the world’s highest cable car for about two decades. Top station of Aiguille du Midi is the starting point for one of the routes to the Mont Blanc summit. Photos were taken during my 3-hour stay on the top station in August 2012."
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Top of France by Jakub Polomski
"Aiguille du Midi (3,842 m). The cable car to the summit, the Téléphérique de l’Aiguille du Midi, was built in 1955 and held the title of the world’s highest cable car for about two decades. Top station of Aiguille du Midi is the starting point for one of the routes to the Mont Blanc summit. Photos were taken during my 3-hour stay on the top station in August 2012."
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Top of France by Jakub Polomski
"Aiguille du Midi (3,842 m). The cable car to the summit, the Téléphérique de l’Aiguille du Midi, was built in 1955 and held the title of the world’s highest cable car for about two decades. Top station of Aiguille du Midi is the starting point for one of the routes to the Mont Blanc summit. Photos were taken during my 3-hour stay on the top station in August 2012."
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Top of France by Jakub Polomski
"Aiguille du Midi (3,842 m). The cable car to the summit, the Téléphérique de l’Aiguille du Midi, was built in 1955 and held the title of the world’s highest cable car for about two decades. Top station of Aiguille du Midi is the starting point for one of the routes to the Mont Blanc summit. Photos were taken during my 3-hour stay on the top station in August 2012."
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Top of France by Jakub Polomski
"Aiguille du Midi (3,842 m). The cable car to the summit, the Téléphérique de l’Aiguille du Midi, was built in 1955 and held the title of the world’s highest cable car for about two decades. Top station of Aiguille du Midi is the starting point for one of the routes to the Mont Blanc summit. Photos were taken during my 3-hour stay on the top station in August 2012."
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Top of France by Jakub Polomski
"Aiguille du Midi (3,842 m). The cable car to the summit, the Téléphérique de l’Aiguille du Midi, was built in 1955 and held the title of the world’s highest cable car for about two decades. Top station of Aiguille du Midi is the starting point for one of the routes to the Mont Blanc summit. Photos were taken during my 3-hour stay on the top station in August 2012."
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Top of France by Jakub Polomski
"Aiguille du Midi (3,842 m). The cable car to the summit, the Téléphérique de l’Aiguille du Midi, was built in 1955 and held the title of the world’s highest cable car for about two decades. Top station of Aiguille du Midi is the starting point for one of the routes to the Mont Blanc summit. Photos were taken during my 3-hour stay on the top station in August 2012."
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Top of France by Jakub Polomski

"Aiguille du Midi (3,842 m). The cable car to the summit, the Téléphérique de l’Aiguille du Midi, was built in 1955 and held the title of the world’s highest cable car for about two decades. Top station of Aiguille du Midi is the starting point for one of the routes to the Mont Blanc summit. Photos were taken during my 3-hour stay on the top station in August 2012."

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Makoto Tojiki: Hope and Dream (2012) 
Exhibited to L’ART DE LA RADIANCE

The forward direction of light always entices hope and dream. The young girl is always in pursuit of womanly beauty, not knowing womanly beauty is always pursuing her. Her loveliness and the gorgeousness of her reflected light will dance the radiant dance of luminous splendour, resulting in fleeting images that are as ephemeral and enigmatic as the passing shadow of a bird.

myampgoesto11:

Makoto Tojiki: Hope and Dream (2012) 
Exhibited to L’ART DE LA RADIANCE

The forward direction of light always entices hope and dream. The young girl is always in pursuit of womanly beauty, not knowing womanly beauty is always pursuing her. Her loveliness and the gorgeousness of her reflected light will dance the radiant dance of luminous splendour, resulting in fleeting images that are as ephemeral and enigmatic as the passing shadow of a bird.

myampgoesto11:

Makoto Tojiki: Hope and Dream (2012) 
Exhibited to L’ART DE LA RADIANCE

The forward direction of light always entices hope and dream. The young girl is always in pursuit of womanly beauty, not knowing womanly beauty is always pursuing her. Her loveliness and the gorgeousness of her reflected light will dance the radiant dance of luminous splendour, resulting in fleeting images that are as ephemeral and enigmatic as the passing shadow of a bird.

myampgoesto11:

Makoto Tojiki: Hope and Dream (2012) 
Exhibited to L’ART DE LA RADIANCE

The forward direction of light always entices hope and dream. The young girl is always in pursuit of womanly beauty, not knowing womanly beauty is always pursuing her. Her loveliness and the gorgeousness of her reflected light will dance the radiant dance of luminous splendour, resulting in fleeting images that are as ephemeral and enigmatic as the passing shadow of a bird.

myampgoesto11:

Makoto Tojiki: Hope and Dream (2012) 
Exhibited to L’ART DE LA RADIANCE

The forward direction of light always entices hope and dream. The young girl is always in pursuit of womanly beauty, not knowing womanly beauty is always pursuing her. Her loveliness and the gorgeousness of her reflected light will dance the radiant dance of luminous splendour, resulting in fleeting images that are as ephemeral and enigmatic as the passing shadow of a bird.

myampgoesto11:

Makoto Tojiki: Hope and Dream (2012) 

Exhibited to L’ART DE LA RADIANCE

The forward direction of light always entices hope and dream. The young girl is always in pursuit of womanly beauty, not knowing womanly beauty is always pursuing her. Her loveliness and the gorgeousness of her reflected light will dance the radiant dance of luminous splendour, resulting in fleeting images that are as ephemeral and enigmatic as the passing shadow of a bird.


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Eric Klarenbeek’s ’Mycelium Chair,’ a 3D printed chair with live growing fungi 

Studio Eric Klarenbeek most recent project is the myceliumchair, a chair in which 3D printing and growing material are combined. Designer Eric Klarenbeek interest is combining materials in unexpected ways. Klarenbeek is exploring ways of making 3D prints of living organisms, such as mycelium, the threadlike network in fungi. He uses experimental raw materials for printing material: organic substrate for mushroom growing and bioplastics. Working with scientists, Klarenbeek has printed a chair from straw, with a thin coating of bioplastic. Once it is mature it should be strong enough to support a person. The chair is a metaphor for what can be achieved with materials and production methods. Thanks to: CNC Exotic Mushrooms, Wageningen UR ⋅ Plant Breeding ⋅ Mushroom Research Group, Beelden op de Berg 

myampgoesto11:

Eric Klarenbeek’s ’Mycelium Chair,’ a 3D printed chair with live growing fungi 

Studio Eric Klarenbeek most recent project is the myceliumchair, a chair in which 3D printing and growing material are combined. Designer Eric Klarenbeek interest is combining materials in unexpected ways. Klarenbeek is exploring ways of making 3D prints of living organisms, such as mycelium, the threadlike network in fungi. He uses experimental raw materials for printing material: organic substrate for mushroom growing and bioplastics. Working with scientists, Klarenbeek has printed a chair from straw, with a thin coating of bioplastic. Once it is mature it should be strong enough to support a person. The chair is a metaphor for what can be achieved with materials and production methods. Thanks to: CNC Exotic Mushrooms, Wageningen UR ⋅ Plant Breeding ⋅ Mushroom Research Group, Beelden op de Berg 

myampgoesto11:

Eric Klarenbeek’s ’Mycelium Chair,’ a 3D printed chair with live growing fungi 

Studio Eric Klarenbeek most recent project is the myceliumchair, a chair in which 3D printing and growing material are combined. Designer Eric Klarenbeek interest is combining materials in unexpected ways. Klarenbeek is exploring ways of making 3D prints of living organisms, such as mycelium, the threadlike network in fungi. He uses experimental raw materials for printing material: organic substrate for mushroom growing and bioplastics. Working with scientists, Klarenbeek has printed a chair from straw, with a thin coating of bioplastic. Once it is mature it should be strong enough to support a person. The chair is a metaphor for what can be achieved with materials and production methods. Thanks to: CNC Exotic Mushrooms, Wageningen UR ⋅ Plant Breeding ⋅ Mushroom Research Group, Beelden op de Berg 

myampgoesto11:

Eric Klarenbeek’s ’Mycelium Chair,’ a 3D printed chair with live growing fungi 

Studio Eric Klarenbeek most recent project is the myceliumchair, a chair in which 3D printing and growing material are combined. Designer Eric Klarenbeek interest is combining materials in unexpected ways. Klarenbeek is exploring ways of making 3D prints of living organisms, such as mycelium, the threadlike network in fungi. He uses experimental raw materials for printing material: organic substrate for mushroom growing and bioplastics. Working with scientists, Klarenbeek has printed a chair from straw, with a thin coating of bioplastic. Once it is mature it should be strong enough to support a person. The chair is a metaphor for what can be achieved with materials and production methods. Thanks to: CNC Exotic Mushrooms, Wageningen UR ⋅ Plant Breeding ⋅ Mushroom Research Group, Beelden op de Berg 

myampgoesto11:

Eric Klarenbeek’s ’Mycelium Chair,’ a 3D printed chair with live growing fungi 

Studio Eric Klarenbeek most recent project is the myceliumchair, a chair in which 3D printing and growing material are combined. Designer Eric Klarenbeek interest is combining materials in unexpected ways. Klarenbeek is exploring ways of making 3D prints of living organisms, such as mycelium, the threadlike network in fungi. He uses experimental raw materials for printing material: organic substrate for mushroom growing and bioplastics. Working with scientists, Klarenbeek has printed a chair from straw, with a thin coating of bioplastic. Once it is mature it should be strong enough to support a person. The chair is a metaphor for what can be achieved with materials and production methods. Thanks to: CNC Exotic Mushrooms, Wageningen UR ⋅ Plant Breeding ⋅ Mushroom Research Group, Beelden op de Berg 

myampgoesto11:

Eric Klarenbeek’s ’Mycelium Chair,’ a 3D printed chair with live growing fungi 

Studio Eric Klarenbeek most recent project is the myceliumchair, a chair in which 3D printing and growing material are combined. Designer Eric Klarenbeek interest is combining materials in unexpected ways. Klarenbeek is exploring ways of making 3D prints of living organisms, such as mycelium, the threadlike network in fungi. He uses experimental raw materials for printing material: organic substrate for mushroom growing and bioplastics. Working with scientists, Klarenbeek has printed a chair from straw, with a thin coating of bioplastic. Once it is mature it should be strong enough to support a person. The chair is a metaphor for what can be achieved with materials and production methods. Thanks to: CNC Exotic Mushrooms, Wageningen UR ⋅ Plant Breeding ⋅ Mushroom Research Group, Beelden op de Berg 

myampgoesto11:

Eric Klarenbeek’s ’Mycelium Chair,’ a 3D printed chair with live growing fungi 

Studio Eric Klarenbeek most recent project is the myceliumchair, a chair in which 3D printing and growing material are combined. Designer Eric Klarenbeek interest is combining materials in unexpected ways. Klarenbeek is exploring ways of making 3D prints of living organisms, such as mycelium, the threadlike network in fungi. He uses experimental raw materials for printing material: organic substrate for mushroom growing and bioplastics. Working with scientists, Klarenbeek has printed a chair from straw, with a thin coating of bioplastic. Once it is mature it should be strong enough to support a person. The chair is a metaphor for what can be achieved with materials and production methods. Thanks to: CNC Exotic Mushrooms, Wageningen UR ⋅ Plant Breeding ⋅ Mushroom Research Group, Beelden op de Berg 

myampgoesto11:

Eric Klarenbeek’s ’Mycelium Chair,’ a 3D printed chair with live growing fungi 

Studio Eric Klarenbeek most recent project is the myceliumchair, a chair in which 3D printing and growing material are combined. 

Designer Eric Klarenbeek interest is combining materials in unexpected ways. Klarenbeek is exploring ways of making 3D prints of living organisms, such as mycelium, the threadlike network in fungi. He uses experimental raw materials for printing material: organic substrate for mushroom growing and bioplastics. Working with scientists, Klarenbeek has printed a chair from straw, with a thin coating of bioplastic. Once it is mature it should be strong enough to support a person. The chair is a metaphor for what can be achieved with materials and production methods. 

Thanks to: CNC Exotic Mushrooms, Wageningen UR ⋅ Plant Breeding ⋅ Mushroom Research Group, Beelden op de Berg 


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House on the Cliff by the River, Korea by studio_GAON | via
This house is made as if it is placed above the flat shelf of the forest, or also seems like a castle in the sky. The pointy edge of Mother Nature is smoothened to make every sharp end of earth and soil smoother in to the circle like curve, makes it seem to be castle on the mountain. Placed above the steep slope of the mountain and when the afternoon sun moves to the west and shines to the east, the house showers in the brightness.
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House on the Cliff by the River, Korea by studio_GAON | via
This house is made as if it is placed above the flat shelf of the forest, or also seems like a castle in the sky. The pointy edge of Mother Nature is smoothened to make every sharp end of earth and soil smoother in to the circle like curve, makes it seem to be castle on the mountain. Placed above the steep slope of the mountain and when the afternoon sun moves to the west and shines to the east, the house showers in the brightness.
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House on the Cliff by the River, Korea by studio_GAON | via
This house is made as if it is placed above the flat shelf of the forest, or also seems like a castle in the sky. The pointy edge of Mother Nature is smoothened to make every sharp end of earth and soil smoother in to the circle like curve, makes it seem to be castle on the mountain. Placed above the steep slope of the mountain and when the afternoon sun moves to the west and shines to the east, the house showers in the brightness.
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House on the Cliff by the River, Korea by studio_GAON | via
This house is made as if it is placed above the flat shelf of the forest, or also seems like a castle in the sky. The pointy edge of Mother Nature is smoothened to make every sharp end of earth and soil smoother in to the circle like curve, makes it seem to be castle on the mountain. Placed above the steep slope of the mountain and when the afternoon sun moves to the west and shines to the east, the house showers in the brightness.
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House on the Cliff by the River, Korea by studio_GAON | via

This house is made as if it is placed above the flat shelf of the forest, or also seems like a castle in the sky. The pointy edge of Mother Nature is smoothened to make every sharp end of earth and soil smoother in to the circle like curve, makes it seem to be castle on the mountain. Placed above the steep slope of the mountain and when the afternoon sun moves to the west and shines to the east, the house showers in the brightness.

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Motorola’s ‘Project Ara’ modular smartphone setup switches out hardware like apps
We were intrigued by the Phonebloks concept phone that teased the ability to switch out a handset’s components the way most users change ringtones, and now Motorola is putting its resources behind it. In what Motorola calls Project Ara, the advanced Technology and Products group is working with Phonebloks creator Dave Hakkens on an “endoskeleton (endo) and modules.” Announced this evening on the company blog by Paul Eremenko, the company says it’s already “done deep technical work” and is opening the process up to the community and volunteers (aka Ara Scouts, sign up here) to begin designing hardware modules. Its stated goal is to do for hardware what it says Android has done for software: create a vibrant third-party developer ecosystem, lower the barriers to entry, increase the pace of innovation, and substantially compress development timelines.”
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Motorola’s ‘Project Ara’ modular smartphone setup switches out hardware like apps
We were intrigued by the Phonebloks concept phone that teased the ability to switch out a handset’s components the way most users change ringtones, and now Motorola is putting its resources behind it. In what Motorola calls Project Ara, the advanced Technology and Products group is working with Phonebloks creator Dave Hakkens on an “endoskeleton (endo) and modules.” Announced this evening on the company blog by Paul Eremenko, the company says it’s already “done deep technical work” and is opening the process up to the community and volunteers (aka Ara Scouts, sign up here) to begin designing hardware modules. Its stated goal is to do for hardware what it says Android has done for software: create a vibrant third-party developer ecosystem, lower the barriers to entry, increase the pace of innovation, and substantially compress development timelines.”
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Motorola’s ‘Project Ara’ modular smartphone setup switches out hardware like apps
We were intrigued by the Phonebloks concept phone that teased the ability to switch out a handset’s components the way most users change ringtones, and now Motorola is putting its resources behind it. In what Motorola calls Project Ara, the advanced Technology and Products group is working with Phonebloks creator Dave Hakkens on an “endoskeleton (endo) and modules.” Announced this evening on the company blog by Paul Eremenko, the company says it’s already “done deep technical work” and is opening the process up to the community and volunteers (aka Ara Scouts, sign up here) to begin designing hardware modules. Its stated goal is to do for hardware what it says Android has done for software: create a vibrant third-party developer ecosystem, lower the barriers to entry, increase the pace of innovation, and substantially compress development timelines.”
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Motorola’s ‘Project Ara’ modular smartphone setup switches out hardware like apps

We were intrigued by the Phonebloks concept phone that teased the ability to switch out a handset’s components the way most users change ringtones, and now Motorola is putting its resources behind it. In what Motorola calls Project Ara, the advanced Technology and Products group is working with Phonebloks creator Dave Hakkens on an “endoskeleton (endo) and modules.” Announced this evening on the company blog by Paul Eremenko, the company says it’s already “done deep technical work” and is opening the process up to the community and volunteers (aka Ara Scouts, sign up here) to begin designing hardware modules. Its stated goal is to do for hardware what it says Android has done for software: create a vibrant third-party developer ecosystem, lower the barriers to entry, increase the pace of innovation, and substantially compress development timelines.”

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