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While most bus conversions cover up the existing windows to make the most of the space, architecture student Hank Butitta took a different approach, leaving them open while installing multi-purpose, transforming built-ins for a bright and highly functional interior. Documenting the process on his we

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A Dutchman's attempt at a romantic wedding proposal was simply smashing. The unidentified lover in the central town of Ijsselstein rented a crane, planning to descend in front of his girlfriend's bedroom window first thing Saturday morning, play her a song and then pop the question. Instead the cran

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Multi-million pound work to renovate an Aberdeen church has been delayed after the builder’s van was stolen. After three years of fundraising, the congregation of Hebron Evangelical Church was hoping to be in the new building on Aberdeen’s Summer Street by Christmas.

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For a while, it looked like a brand new road to nowhere - lanes under construction for South Carolina’s Highway 178 appeared to dead end into a wall of dirt under the newly built overpass for Morning Drive. Engineers say the unique construction method takes advantage of conditions in the area, and

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Underwater cities with infrastructure networks spiralling down into the depths of the oceans could be a reality as soon as 2030, according to a Japanese construction company. The conceptual Ocean Spirals could descend by up to 2.5 miles below the oceans' surface to create self-sustaining underwater

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A Dundee plumber has become an internet sensation after a video of him being caught showing off his dance moves has been viewed over 9 million times. Mark Topen, 52, who is more commonly known as Toby, is a self-employed plumber who had taken a few minutes out of his day, only to be caught by one of

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German tech giant ThyssenKrupp has unveiled new elevator technology that allows more than one car in a single shaft and lifts that can go sideways as well as up and down. Promising an elevator every 30 seconds, the company says its invention will revolutionize modern architecture, because central bl

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Workers at a Scottish company have recreated an iconic New York photo to celebrate the start of Book Week Scotland. Using Edinburgh as a backdrop, staff from the Had-Fab steel fabrication firm based in Tranent, remade the ‘Lunch Atop a Skyscraper’ photo, originally taken during construction of t

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