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the devil always hides in the details: barcelona pavilion, originally built for the world fair of 1929 [ludwig mies van der rohe]


Image 2 of 30 from gallery of Riverside Clubhouse / TAO - Trace Architecture Office. Photograph by Yao Li


Minimalist House // Love the bold contrast of the rich wood, crisp white walls paired w/ glass to focus privacy while still allowing natural light into this dramatic hallway at the FF House / Hernandez Silva Arquitectos. Loving the floor windows

copper-roofed office extension to georgian townhouses in london / emrys architects.

Office extension with a faceted copper roof by Emrys Architects

When A Copper Roof Steals The Show In A Working Environment. // Emrys Architects made the reconstruction and extension of GMS Estates offices occupying two terraced Georgian town houses on Great James Street in Bloomsbury (London, UK)

Mies van der Rohe - Tugendhat house, 1930

Mies van der Rohe - Tugendhat house, 1930 "In the interior projects by Mies van der Rohe where furniture is always placed on giant carpets as to circumscribe the areas in a house where “life” happens, in contrast with the abstract spaces he designed" Ayr

twice a year i'll let you see sunlight. but don't try to leave, ok?

Cube Shaped Home Hidden in the City

Amazing Textures and S Thin light peeking through Brione House, designed by Wespi de Meuron architecture artitecture ideas masterpiece

I love the light play

In Arabic architecture light (and shadow) play such an important role in making the impact of a space. Later in the day the sun will strike the fence on the left and will make a totally different patterned shadowplay. 486 Mina El Hosn by LAN Architecture.

because shouldn't all restrooms should be covered in marble?

Four Seasons Bar by Philip Johnson inside the Seagram Building by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, New York, 1958 - Marvelous juxtaposition of the patterns in the wood & marble.

Hydraulic Stilts Considered to Protect Farnsworth House

Hydraulic Stilts Considered to Protect Farnsworth House

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe designed The Farnsworth House as a weekend retreat for Dr. Edith Farnsworth between