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Friday Props landed on me and I let it sit there all day while I worked through other requirements. I don't know how it is for you, but time is just something I cannot seem to get enough of. I often wonder how it is that so many of the projects we feature on Friday Props are even possible.
This week I give you (another) Late Edition Friday Props featuring .... well ... check it out.
Will China be able to build the world's tallest building in a blazingly-fast 90 days? I suppose only (not a lot of) time will tell, but if CEO Zhang Yue of Broad Sustainable Building Corporation has his way the answer is "Yes." This is a game-changing process for sky skrapers if it happens.
Another Props to the other side of the planet. Planning a city that eliminates (almost entirely) cars, produces far less waste and uses far fewer resources - a city that is walkable, servicable and sources much of its' food locally - planning a city of this nature deserves Props.