Weekly Filet #54: Hedonistic Sustainability. And more.

Published on February 3, 2012

This week’s top recommendation

Sustainable lifestyle needn’t come at a cost, but is rather a design challenge. This is the core of Bjarke Ingels concept of hedonistic sustainability. In a captivating talk at TEDxEast, the Danish architect showcases how he translates his idea to fascinating buildings. My favourite: The city hall in Tallinn with a built-in “democratic periscope” in order to visualise a form of radical political transparency.

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