The architecture giants at Agence Chartier Corbasson have imagined a design feat worthy of a green future.
Their new, London-based conceptual project, "Organic Skyscraper," proposes a high-rise building built from the recycled materials of its residents. The building would essentially "grow" vertically as inhabitants discarded waste like plastic bottles and paper, their garbage turning into insulated panels for floors to come.
Some of you may remember Southwest Airlines flight attendant Marty Cobb, who back in April gave one of the more memorable pre-flight safety speeches ever (to the tune of 15,000,000 views on Youtube). Now it's same airline, same briefing, different attendant, this time with plenty of sass.
From the video's description:
Growing up my dad always dreamed of owning a 57 chevy bel-air. He grew up poor in a family of 7 children. He never thought he would be able to own his dream vehicle but would talk about it all the time.
When I was 8 years old I promised him that on his 57th birthday I would buy him a 57 bel-air. I never forgot and was able to fulfill my promise.
LeVar Burton has started a Kickstarter campaign to bring back Reading Rainbow. And, everyone at here School of Fail pretty much wet their pants with joy. We grew up with that show, and Star Trek: The Next Generation, so our normally dead and uncaring eyes cried joyous tears of nostalgia and hope. And, here's why: