valterscelsi:

Marcel Breuer, Parador Ariston in Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, 1947

SANAA, Flower house, 2007

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affinitaelettive:

Franky Larousselle| Sanaa | Louvre museum, Lens, France

Could this building be more beautiful?

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archatlas:

Amchit Residence Lebanon Blankpage Architects.

"Conceived as a layering of decks, the beach house seeks to maximize its relationship with the sea through a visual and compositional celebration of horizontality in general and the Mediterranean horizon in particular. The slabs are held by a minimal steel structure made of equally sized square columns on a regular module of 2.55m, as well as a discreet glass enclosure and wooden louvers in varying horizontal and vertical rhythms allowing for a relative level of privacy and shade."

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archatlas:

Floating Tea House with Bamboo Patio Harmony World Consulting & Design

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archatlas:

Liyuan Library Li Xiaodong ATelier

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mikasavela:

The burial pyramid of Hermann von Pückler-Muskau (German nobleman and landscape gardener, 1785-1871) at Branitzer Park.

mikasavela:

The burial pyramid of Hermann von Pückler-Muskau (German nobleman and landscape gardener, 1785-1871) at Branitzer Park.

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interdisciplinaryurbanism:

Ørnesvignen viewpoint.
By: 3RW Arkikter

Source:landezine.com

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wallpapermag:

Hauser & Wirth transforms a rural Somerset farm into a bold new destination for contemporary art 

wallpapermag:

Hauser & Wirth transforms a rural Somerset farm into a bold new destination for contemporary art 

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landscapeispersonal:

Vestled Beach Project by Schønherr Landscape Architects

A beautifully constructed insertion into the dunes at Vestled that weaves its way, and its way through and is ultimately swallowed by the sand. The beach was being groined while were there and the project adjusted, presumably to slow its disapearance. As a piece of artificial topography it beats FOA’s work at Yokohama or at the Forum in Barcelona and as this dissapearance study (surely one of its objectives right.. right?) it rocks. But I found myself wanting them to have done it cheaper. Surely money doesnt matter though? But it does when its from the public - yes, make it, do that experiment, but the discipline here is in economy, in less detail but more ephemeral registration.

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builtscape:

winning  proposal for the Pedestrian Footbridge Design Competition in Fatih Vatan Street, Istanbul

builtscape:

winning  proposal for the Pedestrian Footbridge Design Competition in Fatih Vatan Street, Istanbul

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serafinoutsights:

urban landscape
alicknee:

Magda Sayeg’s knit graffiti on the steps of Sussex Lane for the Sydney Art & About Laneway Project, 2011.
 Sydney, NSW Australia (by Elverville)

serafinoutsights:

urban landscape

alicknee:

Magda Sayeg’s knit graffiti on the steps of Sussex Lane for the Sydney Art & About Laneway Project, 2011.

 Sydney, NSW Australia (by Elverville)

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