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Cities: 10 amazing designs for urban living

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It’s a theme that’s been kicking around for years, but it’s become increasingly prevalent in urban design circles.

The idea that people want to live in places with beautiful design, but also that it’s easy to get to the places they want to be, has been around for a while, but now the urban design industry is realizing it’s a pretty common idea.

Here are 10 cities that are inspiring designers to take their designs to the next level.1.

The Maldives 2.

The Philippines 3.

San Francisco 4.

Shanghai 5.

Mumbai 6.

Hong Kong 7.

Bangkok 8.

Sydney 9.

Buenos Aires 10.

SingaporeSource IGN: City of Living | 10 best urban designs of 2018 1.

The Malacca 2.

Hongkong 3.

Dubai 4.

Singapore 5.

Hongdae 6.

Singapore 7.

Jakarta 8.

Singapore 9.

Mumbai 10.

Jakarta 1.

Maldives: The Maldive Islands, Malaysia 3.

The Philippine Islands, Philippines 4.

The People’s Republic of China 5.

The Republic of Korea 6.

The United Arab Emirates 7.

Thailand 8.

Vietnam 9.

Brazil 10.

Malaysia 1.

Singapore 2.

Dubai 3.

HongKong 4.

HongDC 7.

HongDae 8.

HongBangkok 9.

HongTibet 10.

Kuala Lumpur 1.

HongKuwait 2.

Singapore 3.

Philippines 4 .

Singapore 5 .

HongBangkong 6.

Shanghai 7.

Singapore 8.

Thailand 9.

Singapore 10.

Dubai Source IGN: The City ofLiving | 10 most inspiring cities of 2018 5.

Manila 6.

Manila 7.

Sao Paulo 8.

Paris 9.

London 10.

Madrid 1.

Barcelona 2.

Tokyo 3.

Copenhagen 4.

London 5.

Tokyo 6.

Paris 7.

New York 8.

Stockholm 9.

Rome 10.

Athens 1.

Buenos Aries 2.

Paris 3.

Berlin 4.

Milan 5.

Madrid 6.

Tokyo 7.

Amsterdam 8.

Madrid 9.

Paris 10.

Paris Source IGN “If you’re going to live somewhere and you’re a designer, then you’ve got to think about your surroundings.

Do you want to make your place beautiful and beautiful enough to attract people, or do you want people to feel comfortable living there?” said Zainab Ali, who leads urban design firm, Zainablade.

“And so we see that as one of the biggest reasons people gravitate towards places with amazing design.”

Ali said the Maldives is a perfect example of this concept.

The country is a small, beautiful island nation, but has been dubbed the “City of Living” for its abundance of beauty and its diverse cultures.

The Maldives has a rich cultural and architectural history dating back to the 17th century when British explorer Charles Darwin landed there, which includes the island’s beautiful harbor, the Palazzo della Stampa, as well as a variety of islands.

Ali and her colleagues realized that the island is a great place to live for both urban and residential design.

“What we wanted to do was capture the vibrancy and the beauty of the city,” she said.

“That was a key piece for us.”

The team then realized that if they wanted to bring the city to life, they needed to go beyond just the harbor.

They wanted to create a vibrant new city with a new way of living.

To do this, the designers used a mix of reclaimed wood and reclaimed glass, as opposed to concrete.

The result was a design that felt more like a city and more like home than a city-within-a-city.

Ali said it’s been inspiring to see the Maldivian government adopt the design to make the city feel more like its people.

“We were surprised by how much support the city received from the public, especially in the form of the ‘mildly’ and ‘moderate’ editions of the magazine,” she continued.

“They were very welcoming to us and they were very supportive of the concept.

We’re so proud of the design, and so happy to be part of it.”

The Maldivians design also includes a new feature called “bunkers,” which allow residents to sleep in their own homes without the need to leave their cars at the end of their street.

The concept of “bunker houses” was first introduced in the Philippines and has since spread to other Asian countries, including Malaysia.

Ali said she’s always felt a connection to the island when designing.

“You can’t walk through this country and not see it,” she explained.

“You can still see the islands in the distance.

It’s like the whole place is like this big floating island.

And then it’s like there’s another island and you can’t see it.”

Ali hopes to see more design like this throughout the country.

“I hope that other cities around the world can replicate this concept and be inspired to make their own designs more sustainable,” she concluded.

“It’s a way to bring design into the real world.”

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