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Reidulf Ramstad | Split View Mountain Lodge @ Oslo, Norway. RRA_Havsdalen-29©Søren_Harder_Nielsen.jpg #design #architecture #interior

Reidulf Ramstad | Split View Mountain Lodge @ Oslo, Norway. RRA_Havsdalen-29©Søren_Harder_Nielsen.jpg #design #architecture #interior

The project describes a landscape design and facade design for a residential development in Hyderabad / India and introduces a green and ecological design for the city. It combines traditional Indian elements like Indian Step-wells and Indian Mazes into t…

The project describes a landscape design and facade design for a residential development in Hyderabad / India and introduces a green and ecological design for the city. It combines traditional Indian elements like Indian Step-wells and Indian Mazes into t…

En Detalle: rehabilitación energética de fachada en la Facultad de Psicología de Murcia

En Detalle: rehabilitación energética de fachada en la Facultad de Psicología de Murcia

El edificio de la Facultad de Psicología de la Universidad de Murcia fue construido en el año 2001 y presentaba un pr...

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BrTall

Giardino Verticale Interno | Prodotti | Sundar Italia

Giardino Verticale Interno | Prodotti | Sundar Italia

LA LINEA PERFETTA

LA LINEA PERFETTA

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VICTORIA II: One of two terraces in this penthouse, this terrace brings echoes of Provence and the cubist hillside villages of Santorini. Individually crafted terracotta planters, of differing heights and sizes, provide for both decorative planting as well as working allotment for fruit and vegetables. A crunchy gravel path meanders between the planters, with perforated Sardinian brick walls dividing the large space, and affording protection from wind to both planting and people.

VICTORIA II: One of two terraces in this penthouse, this terrace brings echoes of Provence and the cubist hillside villages of Santorini. Individually crafted terracotta planters, of differing heights and sizes, provide for both decorative planting as well as working allotment for fruit and vegetables. A crunchy gravel path meanders between the planters, with perforated Sardinian brick walls dividing the large space, and affording protection from wind to both planting and people.

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