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Five things to do today: 19 November

Hotel of the future - colourful roof - iPhone faxes - age of abundance - death of cement

BOOK IN to the futuristic hotel room designed by architect LAVA (pictured) as part of a research project to investigate 'interfaces between architecture, technology and the human body'.

SEE the colourful – and highly controversial – £12 million ceiling for the UN's Geneva headquarters.

RECEIVE faxes direct to your iPhone with this handy application.

WATCH Long Tail author and Wired magazine editor Chris Anderson explain why we’re moving from economies of scarcity to an age of abundance.

FRET that carbon-dioxide emission curbs could finish off the UK's £750 million cement industry.

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