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Green tech finds: the BACK TO THE FUTURE edition

Article: Green tech finds: the BACK TO THE FUTURE edition

One of the many symbols of 80s excess, the DeLorean’s back – as an electric vehicle. That, plus recycled jeans and the real cost to drive a Chevy Volt – your green tech finds for the week.

Design Dish: An EV Delorean, a bamboo car and a mesh museum

Article: Design Dish: An EV Delorean, a bamboo car and a mesh museum

The New Taipei Museum of Art: One of the most remarkable proposals for the New Taipei Museum of Art came from Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma, who created a massive “Green Cell” from layers of fiberglass mesh. The design explores the concept of “in-between” space, the structure extending into the nearby parks, riverbank, and train station, with trees and foliage growing up into the ceiling…

Re-creating a BACK TO THE FUTURE scene for BACK TO THE FUTURE II

Article: Re-creating a BACK TO THE FUTURE scene for BACK TO THE FUTURE II

This is great: Someone has done a side-by-side comparison of two identical scenes in the first two BACK TO THE FUTURE movies. As I Want Stuff explains, In the years between Back to the Future and Back to the Future II, Michael J. Fox visibly aged and the actress playing his girlfriend was replaced by…