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Imagine we'll see this soon at your local building supply shop ... the eksovest takes strain off arms and back. Uses springs rather than anything electric.

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PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2018 10:30 pm 
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This looks way too cool to be abandoned!

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My God - we're just a training camp for the bloody Poms.


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The earliest born man ever to be photographed.
He’s 103 in the photo, and crossed the Delaware with George Washington in his youth.


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One for the bored engineers ...

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This looks way too cool to be abandoned!

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Probably haunted.


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How'd you like to be a spectator at this ice hockey game?

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That’s just a pic of happyhooker tbf


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That’s just a pic of happyhooker tbf


In that case that must be a very small chicken.


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That’s just a pic of happyhooker tbf


In that case that must be a very small chicken.


or maybe just very close to the camera


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Is there a big C behind Jones' head?


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this frog is being turned GAY :lol:


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this frog is being turned GAY :lol:


What a fine example of gammon.


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:uhoh: The sheer number of spiders that must live there...


Very cool though, on a serious note. Must be an external lattice the vines latch on to (?). Provides a little shade for the building too. Aesthetically, it softens the glass and concrete building as well. I wonder where this is. First time I've seen one of these that's not an image of a futuristic building concept.


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think I've seen this - Sydney ?

http://www.skyscrapercenter.com/buildin ... park/10710


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:uhoh: The sheer number of spiders that must live there...


Very cool though, on a serious note. Must be an external lattice the vines latch on to (?). Provides a little shade for the building too. Aesthetically, it softens the glass and concrete building as well. I wonder where this is. First time I've seen one of these that's not an image of a futuristic building concept.



Photo doesn’t do it justice.

A real clever piece of inner-city urban lifespace architecture. Very pretty to look at too.

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Bosco verticale in Milan is even more impressive, as it is an attempt to create a vertical forest.

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Who has to prune all that?


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Who has to prune all that?


from what I've seen on videos, I doubt in Italy they bother to prune whatsoever !

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Who has to prune all that?

I can't see the available root volume supporting that amount of foliage for very long.


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Who has to prune all that?

There's a team of abseiling gardeners. Really.


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Yeah, "Central Park", the old Carlton & United Brewery site opposite UTS...


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Who has to prune all that?

I can't see the available root volume supporting that amount of foliage for very long.


Effectively adding a live load once the wind comes into play, though you'd imagine they'd have that sorted. Natural light won't be great, piss poor for passive solar and doesn't look like there is anything edible. Looks good though.


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I can't see the available root volume supporting that amount of foliage for very long.


Effectively adding a live load once the wind comes into play, though you'd imagine they'd have that sorted. Natural light won't be great, piss poor for passive solar and doesn't look like there is anything edible. Looks good though.


It does? My first thought was "abandoned building," maybe a set from a year or two into the Walking Dead.

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