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Suspended tell-tales inside the last walkable portion of the CSPC.  (In the Montreal sewers)

Sewers Suspended tell-tales inside the last walkable portion of the CSPC. (In the Montreal sewers)

For over a decade, Gilles & Boissier's every project has revealed an opportunity to invent something new, to design bespoke furniture and lights. As if every project were a short film where interior design and furniture converse, contradict one another, sometimes even enjoy the situation. Gilles & Boissier Privé was born from the desire to create a unique collection of furniture and lights. | The work of the best interior designers in the world to inspire interior designers looking to finish…

For over a decade, Gilles & Boissier's every project has revealed an opportunity to invent something new, to design bespoke furniture and lights. As if every project were a short film where interior design and furniture converse, contradict one another, sometimes even enjoy the situation. Gilles & Boissier Privé was born from the desire to create a unique collection of furniture and lights. | The work of the best interior designers in the world to inspire interior designers looking to finish…

Breaking taboos - NPO "Energomash"

These pictures of a rusting Soviet rocket motor factory taken by the adventurous young lady shown above have set the Internet abuzz. The explorer, named Lana, broke into the Energomas…

The Niagara falls tailrace tunnels…Journey Behind the Falls is not to be missed…

This looks like an other-worldly location for the series, or perhaps set in an underground location. The Niagara falls tailrace tunnels.Journey Behind the Falls is not to be missed!

The Man Who Turns Toronto's Sewers Into Art - Eric Jaffe - The Atlantic Cities

Michael Cook, 'Parkside Relief Sewer, From the series Water Underground,' Circuit Gallery

Buddha statue under construction, Thailand (Stock photo via 123RF.com)

archisketchbook - architecture-sketchbook, a pool of architecture drawings, models and ideas

Rome wasn't built in a day and neither was New York City's subway system. We've dipped into our photo archive and pulled images of the early years; when entire city blocks were excavated, tunnels dug and the first tracks that connect New Yorkers 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year were laid.

The New York City Subway is 110 years old this year. Pictured - a workman caulks joints with lead to make them waterproof during the construction of the Avenue subway tunnel in June

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