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Timm Ulrichs, Versunkenes Dorf , 2004-06, concrete, plaster, paint, 1.82 x 962 x 1.69 cm

Versunkenes Dorf (sunken Village), 2006 by Timm Ulrichs on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

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this farmhouse in the south of france has been expanded with the addition of a monolithic concrete volume designed by dixneufcentquatrevingtsix.

named 'montes pirineos', the three-storey dwelling has been completed by local architects legorreta & sepúlveda / blancasmoran.

Japanese firm atelier HAKO architects used concrete dotted with formwork impressions for both the internal and external surfaces of these stacked residences in a suburb of Tokyo.

Concrete homes patterned with formwork holes by Atelier HAKO

Image 6 of 23 from gallery of House in Minamikarasuyama / atelier HAKO architects. Photograph by Shinsuke Kera / Urban Arts

Ford F-550 Based EarthRoamers XV-LT Stretch (84 inch CA) - Length: 27 feet 10 inches, Wheelbase: 200 inches, Turning Circle: 57.8 feet

Ford Based EarthRoamers XV-LT Stretch inch CA) - Length: 27 feet 10 inches, Wheelbase: 200 inches, Turning Circle: feet

Top 10 examples of brilliant shadow art

Shadow art installations featuring artists Kumi Yamashita, and Tim Noble + Sue Webster

Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone..

Sheep phones made from old handsets and cabling-Entry display, Museum of Communication in Frankfurt. Sculpture is "Telephone Sheep" by Jean-Luc Cornec.

Burj-Al-Arab, Dubai. I got as close as one could get sans actually having a reservation, lol.

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Image viaBurj Al Arab Jumeirah, dubai, united arab emiratesImage viaHotel Burj Al Arab, Dubai. Modelled as the wind-blown sail of an Arab Dhow with a very high tech twist, the Burj Al


Splash public art sculpture by Codsteaks, Ashlands Nature Reserve, Portishead