Chronicle / 07 July
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Take a trip to Detroit to see what Red Bull Hart Lines looked like for Leticia Bufoni, the first and only female competitor in the contest’s historyRead More
TREELINE PROJECT and CIRCE PAVILION officially launches this Saturday at 6pm! With performances by Stephen James Smith and Ryan Vail.
It’s also the official inauguration of the Circe Pavilion and of ‘Reading Ulysses’ an LED installed in Dance Ireland with the whole book in a loop.
University friends from Germany have created a “CityTree,” which filters toxic pollutants from the air with the power of moss.Read More
In this movie Bjarke Ingels, founder of architecture firm BIG, explains his theory of “Worldcraft” – creating architecture that focuses on turning “surreal dreams into inhabitable space”.Read More
AIRBUS is the latest company to reveal their flying car concept with the intention to take motorists to the sky to ease congestion – but it’s all a bit daft.Read More
Continuing our celebration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th birthday this week, we’re delving into the history of Fallingwater, the admired holiday home that the architect built on a waterfall, which was named the “best all-time work of American architecture”.Read More
A cracking closer, with truly shocking returns, the showdown to end all showdowns – and a doozy of a cliffhanger! Roll on Christmas.Read More