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cabbagerose:

church transformed: the jane, antwerp/piet boon

via: yatzer

— 2 weeks ago with 355 notes
cabbagerose:

house of honey: rv house/alejandro restrepo montoya + camilo andres mejia bravo + andres felipe mesa trujillo
via: lorrainepennington

cabbagerose:

house of honey: rv house/alejandro restrepo montoya + camilo andres mejia bravo + andres felipe mesa trujillo

via: lorrainepennington

— 3 weeks ago with 302 notes

architizer:

A+ Finalist Fact: Artica HQ was built in a shipping yard + towed to the Meriksarmi Pier. Vote.

— 1 month ago with 371 notes

ombuarchitecture:

Guangzhou Opera House

Guangzhou, China 

by Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher 

Photos by Iwan Baan

— 1 month ago with 124 notes

ombuarchitecture:

Guangzhou Opera House
Guangzhou, China 
by Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher 

Photos by Iwan Baan

— 1 month ago with 170 notes
nnmprv:

HOUSE IN ASAKUSA: Yasushi Horibe, Tokyo, 2006 (by wakiiii)

nnmprv:

HOUSE IN ASAKUSA: Yasushi Horibe, Tokyo, 2006 (by wakiiii)

(via kureator)

— 1 month ago with 4039 notes

architizer:

Outpost by Olson Kundig Architects, Idaho

(Source: architizer.com)

— 1 month ago with 1743 notes

cjwho:

SFR Headquarters, France by Jean-Paul Viguier Architecture | via

he new 130,000 sq m SFR headquarters in the Landy-Pleyel ZAC (mixed development zone) boasts nearly 8,500 employee workstations.

The building, designed by Jean-Paul Viguier, “adopts the metaphor of the tree, which experiences continual growth and rebirth, adapting constantly to external conditions. The project takes the form of a campus, atop a trunk with protruding branches leading to terraces and large multi-level gardens.”

The principle is based on the idea of unity and union, with four main buildings presented both as a unified whole and as discrete spaces, in other words several buildings which must form a visual whole and reflect the corporate culture in detail: strong roots (the trunk) and various business units characterised by their diversity (the branches). Each element is linked horizontally for journeys promoting contact and communication.

Photography: Éric Sempé

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— 1 month ago with 1225 notes

gasoline-station:

Beyond The Wall

Architects: Studio Daniel Libeskind

Location/Year: Almeria, Spain / 2014

(Source: designboom.com)

— 1 month ago with 683 notes