Skylines Transformed | The B1M

Skylines Transformed  | The B1M

The construction industry shapes our world. In no other place is this more pronounced than in our cities, where cultural and economic factors drive extreme development. Over centuries, our cities have grown, evolved, risen, and reformed to become the thriving hubs that billions of us call home today. But some have been on more radical […]

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What if gentrification was about healing communities instead of displacing them? | Liz Ogbu

What if gentrification was about healing communities instead of displacing them? | Liz Ogbu

I grew up in a family of social scientists, but I was the weird child who drew. (Laughter) From making sketches of the models in my mom’s Sears catalog … to a bedroom so full of my craft projects that it was like my own personal art gallery, I lived to make. I don’t think […]

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3 Creepy Cases for Ancient Aliens

3 Creepy Cases for Ancient Aliens

– This week on BuzzFeed Unsolved we discuss three of the most compelling mysteries that suggest the presence of ancient aliens. So, let’s drop some sweet knowledge. – I’m already fed up with the folders by the way. Looks too official considering the nonsense that is within. – The existence of aliens, or extraterrestrials has […]

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Why Europe Doesn’t Build Skyscrapers | The B1M

Why Europe Doesn’t Build Skyscrapers | The B1M

Why aren’t there many skyscrapers in Europe? Despite being one of the most developed, densely populated and economically prosperous continents, Europe has surprisingly few skyscrapers, particularly when compared to Asia and North America. Of the 218 skyscrapers constructed on the continent to date, 66% of them are located in just five cities – London, Paris, […]

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