Category: Civil Engineering


Source: http://www.bmw.co.za/innovations. Shot in the Netherlands utilising the moving sculptures of world-renowned artist Theo Jansen, this commercial, entitled “Kinetic Sculptures” forms part of a broader campaign which serves to highlight BMW’s market leadership in the fields of technology and innovation.

He beleives the walls between art and engineering exist only in our minds

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So see what a city is made of, the team of national geographic has striped it of its skin and found out what it is that drives the world’s megacities.

This episode, Mumbai is the megacity in which 13 million people live. Discover and marvel at how such dense city manages to sleep soundly.

The airport opened for commercial operations in 1998, replacing Kai Tak, and is an important regional trans-shipment centre, passenger hub and gateway for destinations in Mainland China (with over 40 destinations) and the rest of Asia. Despite a relatively short history, Hong Kong International Airport has won seven Skytrax World Airport Awards in just ten years.

The amazing feet of raising a new airport on a separate island is dwarfed by cutting edge engineering.

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