Stabraum pavilion detail Architekturbüro Matthias Loebermann

Stabraum pavilion detail Architekturbüro Matthias Loebermann

Proyección de la luz en un ascensor #elevators #architecture #ascensores #arquitectura

Light integration is one of the most important layer. With the wrong light, materials can seem flat, discoloured, or dark. That's why Premier Elevator uses State of the Art CAD systems to synthesize lighting before any materials are physically utilized.

SF0704-45007-HyattRegency | by Bill in DC

AHHH this is amazing and is huge but doesn't look heavy or imposing, somehow it makes me think of a bugs life and i just love it. Its airy nature and strong lines are lovely

“Prostho Museum Research Center” This is architecture inspired by Cidori, an old Japanese toy. Cidori : wooden sticks with joints that extend with just a twist of the sticks,no nails or metal fittings. This architecture reveals the possibility of creating a larger structure by combining small units like toys with your own hands.

GC Prostho Museum Research Center Project Authors: Kengo Kuma and associates Kasugai / Japan / 2010 Photos: Daici Ano

Stunning & simple Victorian Ash Battens at Lucy Liu Restaurant, Melbourne

Theres a surprising restaurant tucked away in one of Melbourne laneways where the food and atmosphere is ridiculously good. With a great menu and drinks list,

Galería - Nikolay Polissky revela su más reciente instalación en madera - 5

Galería de Nikolay Polissky revela su más reciente instalación en madera - 5

Gallery - Nikolay Polissky Unveils His Latest Wood Installation in Russia - 5

Blue Ocean Robata and Sushi Bar, Carlsbad - California by Bells & Whistles

Blue Ocean Sushi Bar

The award-winning, Los Angeles based design studio Bells & Whistles has recently completed the 3000 square-foot of the Blue Ocean Robata + Sushi Bar at 2958 Madison Street in Carlsbad, California.

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"Stacked Mockup" by architects David Freeland and Brennan Buck. First conceived as a dynamically torqued pavilion for the Lightbox Gallery in Surrey, UK

See through church| Doorkijkkerkje Stijlmagazine | Stijlmagazine

See-Through Church, Limburg, Belgium By Gijs Van Vaerenbergh Architects: Gijs Van Vaerenbergh Location: Looz, Limburg, Belgium