One Chinese man took his renovations to a new level. Zhang Biqing, a doctor and acupuncture clinic owner, built an artificial mountain on top of the 26-story Beijing apartment building. The mountain took six years to construct, but the government wants Zhang to take it down due to neighbor complaints.
In other news, check out a sleek transportable home from the students at Taliesin, and LEGO starts a school in Denmark. See the headlines after the jump.
• A Fake Mountain On Top Of A Chinese Skyscaper—Why Not? | Co.Exist
• Design Details: A Portable Home From Taliesin (The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture) | Architizer
• The School That LEGO Built | The Wall Street Journal
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