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A Pokémon-themed gym has opened in Osaka, Japan, the first of its kind anywhere in the world. The gym is actually a selection of paid games spread across two floors, each one allowing its player to digitally interact with a wide variety of Pokémon. Also on site is a Pokémon-themed café and a gia

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Steven Holl Architects have received the go-ahead to build a pair of skyscrapers in Copenhagen harbour, linked by a pedestrian and cycle bridge 65 metres above the water's surface. Nearly eight years after winning a competition for the site, the New York firm revealed that its Copenhagen Gate propos

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An historic Glasgow tenement-side advertising hoarding could be preserved after the city's council stepped in. The three billboards on the Paisley Road West building, in Cardonald, thought to date back to the 1950s, were exposed when recent storm-force winds blew off the boards covering them.

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A collaborative effort between the U.S. Air Force and defence contractor Energetic Materials and Products has resulted in a new tool that can cut through metal in a matter of seconds. They’re calling it the TEC Torch, but its it is already being being hailed as the world’s first real-life 'light

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Photography enthusiasts across Scotland are being encouraged to help raise awareness of the importance of infrastructure to our everyday lives and regional growth by entering the 2016 RICS Infrastructure Photography competition, which launched this week. RICS launched the inaugural national competit

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During the heavy rains of the 3 week monsoon season, Seoul Korea is transformed into a soggy grey metropolis and the population chooses mostly to stay inside. To combat the gloom, a team of designers has teamed up with Pantone on a fantastic street art project called ‘Project Monsoon’.

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Workers on a building site in Dorset have been left scratching their heads after they were forced to surround a car with rumble because its owner never showed up to move it. The Vauxhall Fontera 4x4 will now be boxed in for the next six weeks after builders at the new retail complex in Christchurch

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Sibbald Training has just received a delivery of 100 items of plant machinery - although they are only models. The machinery is displayed in a new purpose built exhibition area at their facility. MD David Sibbald is delighted with the collection which he had donated to him by the late John Ferguson,

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The world’s largest floating offshore wind development will be installed off the coast of Peterhead after the application has been granted a marine licence by the Scottish Government. Statoil propose developing a pilot park of five floating 6 MW turbines which is to be located approximately 25km o

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The University of Leeds is leading a pioneering £4.2m national infrastructure research project with the vision of creating self-repairing cities. The project will develop small robots to identify problems with utility pipes, street lights and roads and fix them with minimal environmental impact and

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Italian illustrator Federico Babina has unveiled a series of images where buildings rather than people demonstrate sexual positions made famous in the Kama Sutra. Babina’s ‘Archisutra’ project features pairs of buildings that appear to be engaging in sexual intercourse, referencing the ancient

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