Weird Building Links for Dec. 24, 2008

December 24, 2008 at 1:01 pm Leave a comment

Today being a short day for most working folks I am giving you some interesting and sometimes strange building related links today.

Let’s start with a pictorial journey into a partially constructed and then abandoned nuclear power plant (http://www.burningbuilding.com/mystery/nuclear4.htm)

3domesunsetTruly an interesting trip to be sure….

Next we have a wonderful pictorial of 3D street art (http://www.thefloatingfrog.co.uk/frog-blog/2008/12/amazing-3d-street-art-collection/).

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The strangest link is our next one, courtesy of DarkRoastedBlends.com (http://www.darkroastedblend.com/2008/12/astounding-japanese-highways-bridges.html) and it takes you to the amazing examples of what it takes to build highways in a very densely populated country.

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Next is a site specializing in unusual architecture for your viewing pleasure this holiday!

Unusual-Architecture.com (http://unusual-architecture.com/)

Next is an option for housing those extra guests this holiday season.  The primary use for this design is for after disaster housing, but I have certainly known some holiday parties that qualified!  The link is here to Inhabitat.com (http://www.inhabitat.com/2008/11/28/prefab-friday-reaction-housing-emergency-shelters/).

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Lastly we have a reprise to a different song track of our over active college student animating their dorm lights! (http://www.metacafe.com/watch/1676395/technology_students_mess_with_dormitory_lights/). Sorry you’ll have to click the link for the video as WordPress doesn’t support Metacafe yet.

Have a Happy Holiday Everyone and see you next week!

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