Taung Kalat, located in central Burma, thirty miles or so from the ancient city of Bagan towers above the earth like some sort of giant’s sand castle. Atop it there is a Buddhist monastery which rests upon a precipitous volcanic plug.
The bench is made from a single solid plank of oak wood. The plank is initially decorated with gold leaves then cut and turned into five stools. By placing the stools in the right order, it is possible to recreate the original plank of wood. By Ditte Hammerstrøm.
What will the London Bridge look like in the future? Chetwood Architects unveils this stunning proposal for a futuristic London Bridge that sprouts a towering vertical farm in the midst of the Thames river.