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Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut writes that in this town, “the precursory inhabitants are linked together by their citizen commitment for a new ecological ideal that is energetically efficient, collective, and sustainable.” It definitely sounds like a cult. A hyper-efficient one with awesome houses, though.
Red noble coral (Corallium rubrum) is a marine animal. Its precious calcium carbonate shell is often used as decoration in jewelry. Because of its vibrancy and durability, this aquatic invertebrate’s exoskeleton has become one of the most coveted in the animal kingdom.
- Kurt Vonnegut (via hefuckin)