Danish architect Bjarke Ingels shows just how attractive sustainability can be. His projects include a garbage-burning heat power plant that also functions as a ski slope and a colourful recreation park built in an old railway yard.
The Frankfurt-based tip-top architecture prize described the winning skyscraper in Mexico City as "the world's most innovative highrise." Architect L. Benjamin Romano designed the building with earthquakes in mind.
The playground: What started out as a gathering point has become a vital part of urban planning in many cities, especially in northern Europe – and an important element in children's development.
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