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Hollowing out the Coca-Cola pet bottle, the part which it made color figured knitting everyone and others is the clothes of the form like the armor which it keeps constituting with the transparent thread.In the first place, it was something which is requested because of the Coca-Cola promotion, but in multiplying the part private interest side, as a result settled in the form, armor.
The authority in the fashion boundary, haute couture is supported the time that and in time the high-class material, the needle child which becomes skillful arranges the material. When the technology is applied to recycling and [riyusu], whether how it becomes, if the pet bottle is diagnosed, traces the origin in span call and the jewel, the diamond also the petroleum and the coal to be the waste of the earth, because it is the case that it is the resource.





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Gisele Caroline Nonnenmacher B√ľndchen (born July 20, 1980), is a Brazilian supermodel who has been acclaimed as the highest-paid model in the world. Since her introduction onto the fashion scene in the 1990s she has appeared in countless billboards and magazine covers, as well as numerous TV and print ads. B√ľndchen is currently the face of more than 20 brands from different countries such as United States, Russia, Brazil, Italy, France, Mexico, Spain, Turkey, South Korea, Germany and Switzerland. According to Forbes, she made $33 million in 2006, adding to her estimated $150 million fortune. She is currently listed in Guinness World Records as the "world's richest supermodel".







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Like an inhabitable billboard, the Single Hauz – by Poland's front architects – proposes cantilevering domestic living space from a central mast. The house can then be installed above a variety of ground conditions, from the middle of a meadow to an urban core. Personally... I'd put it in a lake.

The cool thing is that I've actually spent the last 11 months of my life staring up at some of the Herculean billboard structures out here in Los Angeles; they tower over intersections on streets from Venice to Sepulveda and often seem as large as houses. But how much weight could a billboard carry?

Could you build a house up there? Could you use the mast-and-cantilever model for other types of architectural structures, whether those are single-family houses – whole cul-de-sacs lined with modernist billboard homes! – or even restaurants and public libraries? The Single Hauz shows how beautiful the effect could be.

For more projects by front architects, check out their website (though I couldn't find any information in English).(With huge thanks to a commenter named munditia, who first pointed out this project to me).






[Image: The Single Hauz by front architects].

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