AM Studio
AM Studio
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archiproducts:

The use of hi-macseurope has successfully transformed this loft into the ideal environment for living and working.
More info at:  http://bit.ly/1hAT1Ka
Bermondsey Warehouse Loft (London)  by  FORM Design Architecture http://bit.ly/1rNvERD
archiproducts:

The use of hi-macseurope has successfully transformed this loft into the ideal environment for living and working.
More info at:  http://bit.ly/1hAT1Ka
Bermondsey Warehouse Loft (London)  by  FORM Design Architecture http://bit.ly/1rNvERD
archiproducts:

The use of hi-macseurope has successfully transformed this loft into the ideal environment for living and working.
More info at:  http://bit.ly/1hAT1Ka
Bermondsey Warehouse Loft (London)  by  FORM Design Architecture http://bit.ly/1rNvERD
archiproducts:

The use of hi-macseurope has successfully transformed this loft into the ideal environment for living and working.
More info at:  http://bit.ly/1hAT1Ka
Bermondsey Warehouse Loft (London)  by  FORM Design Architecture http://bit.ly/1rNvERD
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cabbagerose:

Lovely buddha…always brings a sense of serenity and integrity into a space…
via: cabbageroseblog
cabbagerose:

Lovely buddha…always brings a sense of serenity and integrity into a space…
via: cabbageroseblog
cabbagerose:

Lovely buddha…always brings a sense of serenity and integrity into a space…
via: cabbageroseblog
cabbagerose:

Lovely buddha…always brings a sense of serenity and integrity into a space…
via: cabbageroseblog
cabbagerose:

Lovely buddha…always brings a sense of serenity and integrity into a space…
via: cabbageroseblog
cabbagerose:

Lovely buddha…always brings a sense of serenity and integrity into a space…
via: cabbageroseblog
cabbagerose:

Lovely buddha…always brings a sense of serenity and integrity into a space…
via: cabbageroseblog
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enochliew:

Barbican Centre by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon
Due to the large scale of the buildings and green spaces, it is easily forgotten that you in the middle of busy London.
enochliew:

Barbican Centre by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon
Due to the large scale of the buildings and green spaces, it is easily forgotten that you in the middle of busy London.
enochliew:

Barbican Centre by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon
Due to the large scale of the buildings and green spaces, it is easily forgotten that you in the middle of busy London.
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ombuarchitecture:

1111 Lincoln Road MiamiParking Garage by Herzog & de Meuron
Photo by Iwan Baan
ombuarchitecture:

1111 Lincoln Road MiamiParking Garage by Herzog & de Meuron
Photo by Iwan Baan
ombuarchitecture:

1111 Lincoln Road MiamiParking Garage by Herzog & de Meuron
Photo by Iwan Baan
ombuarchitecture:

1111 Lincoln Road MiamiParking Garage by Herzog & de Meuron
Photo by Iwan Baan
ombuarchitecture:

1111 Lincoln Road MiamiParking Garage by Herzog & de Meuron
Photo by Iwan Baan
ombuarchitecture:

1111 Lincoln Road MiamiParking Garage by Herzog & de Meuron
Photo by Iwan Baan
ombuarchitecture:

1111 Lincoln Road MiamiParking Garage by Herzog & de Meuron
Photo by Iwan Baan
ombuarchitecture:

1111 Lincoln Road MiamiParking Garage by Herzog & de Meuron
Photo by Iwan Baan
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architags:

Casa Sisal. Reyes Rios &Larrain Arquitectos . Yucatan. Mexico. images (c) Pim Schalkwijk via
architags:

Casa Sisal. Reyes Rios &Larrain Arquitectos . Yucatan. Mexico. images (c) Pim Schalkwijk via
architags:

Casa Sisal. Reyes Rios &Larrain Arquitectos . Yucatan. Mexico. images (c) Pim Schalkwijk via
architags:

Casa Sisal. Reyes Rios &Larrain Arquitectos . Yucatan. Mexico. images (c) Pim Schalkwijk via
architags:

Casa Sisal. Reyes Rios &Larrain Arquitectos . Yucatan. Mexico. images (c) Pim Schalkwijk via
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kazu721010:

MISSION:house / Interstice Architects
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gasoline-station:

Stine-Gybels House
by Pierre Hebbelinck
The rough brick is in stark contrast to the smooth aluminium frames and glazing, and is intended to attract moss growth.
gasoline-station:

Stine-Gybels House
by Pierre Hebbelinck
The rough brick is in stark contrast to the smooth aluminium frames and glazing, and is intended to attract moss growth.
gasoline-station:

Stine-Gybels House
by Pierre Hebbelinck
The rough brick is in stark contrast to the smooth aluminium frames and glazing, and is intended to attract moss growth.
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archatlas:

The Strange House Hugh Strange Architects
“The house is sited in an old pub yard largely concealed from the street outside by an existing brick perimeter wall. It is small, low budget and inhabits an unpromising site yet carefully uses the materials and existing site conditions to create a generous and beautiful new home.The house is structured with solid spruce panels fabricated in Swiss factory and tropical hardwood from Nicaragua, felled by hurricane. the project had been summed up as a house that exudes humanity and warmth and is the work of a confident and clever hand.”
archatlas:

The Strange House Hugh Strange Architects
“The house is sited in an old pub yard largely concealed from the street outside by an existing brick perimeter wall. It is small, low budget and inhabits an unpromising site yet carefully uses the materials and existing site conditions to create a generous and beautiful new home.The house is structured with solid spruce panels fabricated in Swiss factory and tropical hardwood from Nicaragua, felled by hurricane. the project had been summed up as a house that exudes humanity and warmth and is the work of a confident and clever hand.”
archatlas:

The Strange House Hugh Strange Architects
“The house is sited in an old pub yard largely concealed from the street outside by an existing brick perimeter wall. It is small, low budget and inhabits an unpromising site yet carefully uses the materials and existing site conditions to create a generous and beautiful new home.The house is structured with solid spruce panels fabricated in Swiss factory and tropical hardwood from Nicaragua, felled by hurricane. the project had been summed up as a house that exudes humanity and warmth and is the work of a confident and clever hand.”
archatlas:

The Strange House Hugh Strange Architects
“The house is sited in an old pub yard largely concealed from the street outside by an existing brick perimeter wall. It is small, low budget and inhabits an unpromising site yet carefully uses the materials and existing site conditions to create a generous and beautiful new home.The house is structured with solid spruce panels fabricated in Swiss factory and tropical hardwood from Nicaragua, felled by hurricane. the project had been summed up as a house that exudes humanity and warmth and is the work of a confident and clever hand.”
archatlas:

The Strange House Hugh Strange Architects
“The house is sited in an old pub yard largely concealed from the street outside by an existing brick perimeter wall. It is small, low budget and inhabits an unpromising site yet carefully uses the materials and existing site conditions to create a generous and beautiful new home.The house is structured with solid spruce panels fabricated in Swiss factory and tropical hardwood from Nicaragua, felled by hurricane. the project had been summed up as a house that exudes humanity and warmth and is the work of a confident and clever hand.”
archatlas:

The Strange House Hugh Strange Architects
“The house is sited in an old pub yard largely concealed from the street outside by an existing brick perimeter wall. It is small, low budget and inhabits an unpromising site yet carefully uses the materials and existing site conditions to create a generous and beautiful new home.The house is structured with solid spruce panels fabricated in Swiss factory and tropical hardwood from Nicaragua, felled by hurricane. the project had been summed up as a house that exudes humanity and warmth and is the work of a confident and clever hand.”
archatlas:

The Strange House Hugh Strange Architects
“The house is sited in an old pub yard largely concealed from the street outside by an existing brick perimeter wall. It is small, low budget and inhabits an unpromising site yet carefully uses the materials and existing site conditions to create a generous and beautiful new home.The house is structured with solid spruce panels fabricated in Swiss factory and tropical hardwood from Nicaragua, felled by hurricane. the project had been summed up as a house that exudes humanity and warmth and is the work of a confident and clever hand.”
archatlas:

The Strange House Hugh Strange Architects
“The house is sited in an old pub yard largely concealed from the street outside by an existing brick perimeter wall. It is small, low budget and inhabits an unpromising site yet carefully uses the materials and existing site conditions to create a generous and beautiful new home.The house is structured with solid spruce panels fabricated in Swiss factory and tropical hardwood from Nicaragua, felled by hurricane. the project had been summed up as a house that exudes humanity and warmth and is the work of a confident and clever hand.”
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jcoreya:

JRV2 | Rzemiosło Architektoniczne
jcoreya:

JRV2 | Rzemiosło Architektoniczne
jcoreya:

JRV2 | Rzemiosło Architektoniczne
jcoreya:

JRV2 | Rzemiosło Architektoniczne
jcoreya:

JRV2 | Rzemiosło Architektoniczne
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remash:

floating in space ~ w design architecture studio
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arquitecturavisual:

Takeshi Hosaka -Daylight House. Yokohama, JAPAN. 2012
This is a house in which residents live under natural lighting from the sky.
The site is surrounded by many buildings. Light from 29 skylights (approx 700mm square) installed in the roof illuminate the room as soft light diffused through the curved acrylic ceiling plates. The direct light falling from the skylights appear on the curved acrylic ceiling as a warped square. This house was named “Daylight House.” Daylight does not simply indicate light from the sun, but refers to the beautiful light throughout the day. The house provides a rich experience of the beauty of the light over 24 hours. 
Photo / Koji Fujii Nacasa&Partners Inc
arquitecturavisual:

Takeshi Hosaka -Daylight House. Yokohama, JAPAN. 2012
This is a house in which residents live under natural lighting from the sky.
The site is surrounded by many buildings. Light from 29 skylights (approx 700mm square) installed in the roof illuminate the room as soft light diffused through the curved acrylic ceiling plates. The direct light falling from the skylights appear on the curved acrylic ceiling as a warped square. This house was named “Daylight House.” Daylight does not simply indicate light from the sun, but refers to the beautiful light throughout the day. The house provides a rich experience of the beauty of the light over 24 hours. 
Photo / Koji Fujii Nacasa&Partners Inc
arquitecturavisual:

Takeshi Hosaka -Daylight House. Yokohama, JAPAN. 2012
This is a house in which residents live under natural lighting from the sky.
The site is surrounded by many buildings. Light from 29 skylights (approx 700mm square) installed in the roof illuminate the room as soft light diffused through the curved acrylic ceiling plates. The direct light falling from the skylights appear on the curved acrylic ceiling as a warped square. This house was named “Daylight House.” Daylight does not simply indicate light from the sun, but refers to the beautiful light throughout the day. The house provides a rich experience of the beauty of the light over 24 hours. 
Photo / Koji Fujii Nacasa&Partners Inc
arquitecturavisual:

Takeshi Hosaka -Daylight House. Yokohama, JAPAN. 2012
This is a house in which residents live under natural lighting from the sky.
The site is surrounded by many buildings. Light from 29 skylights (approx 700mm square) installed in the roof illuminate the room as soft light diffused through the curved acrylic ceiling plates. The direct light falling from the skylights appear on the curved acrylic ceiling as a warped square. This house was named “Daylight House.” Daylight does not simply indicate light from the sun, but refers to the beautiful light throughout the day. The house provides a rich experience of the beauty of the light over 24 hours. 
Photo / Koji Fujii Nacasa&Partners Inc
arquitecturavisual:

Takeshi Hosaka -Daylight House. Yokohama, JAPAN. 2012
This is a house in which residents live under natural lighting from the sky.
The site is surrounded by many buildings. Light from 29 skylights (approx 700mm square) installed in the roof illuminate the room as soft light diffused through the curved acrylic ceiling plates. The direct light falling from the skylights appear on the curved acrylic ceiling as a warped square. This house was named “Daylight House.” Daylight does not simply indicate light from the sun, but refers to the beautiful light throughout the day. The house provides a rich experience of the beauty of the light over 24 hours. 
Photo / Koji Fujii Nacasa&Partners Inc
arquitecturavisual:

Takeshi Hosaka -Daylight House. Yokohama, JAPAN. 2012
This is a house in which residents live under natural lighting from the sky.
The site is surrounded by many buildings. Light from 29 skylights (approx 700mm square) installed in the roof illuminate the room as soft light diffused through the curved acrylic ceiling plates. The direct light falling from the skylights appear on the curved acrylic ceiling as a warped square. This house was named “Daylight House.” Daylight does not simply indicate light from the sun, but refers to the beautiful light throughout the day. The house provides a rich experience of the beauty of the light over 24 hours. 
Photo / Koji Fujii Nacasa&Partners Inc
arquitecturavisual:

Takeshi Hosaka -Daylight House. Yokohama, JAPAN. 2012
This is a house in which residents live under natural lighting from the sky.
The site is surrounded by many buildings. Light from 29 skylights (approx 700mm square) installed in the roof illuminate the room as soft light diffused through the curved acrylic ceiling plates. The direct light falling from the skylights appear on the curved acrylic ceiling as a warped square. This house was named “Daylight House.” Daylight does not simply indicate light from the sun, but refers to the beautiful light throughout the day. The house provides a rich experience of the beauty of the light over 24 hours. 
Photo / Koji Fujii Nacasa&Partners Inc
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atelier li xiaodong - a home in the water

atelier li xiaodong - a home in the water

atelier li xiaodong - a home in the water

atelier li xiaodong - a home in the water

atelier li xiaodong - a home in the water
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cabbagerose:

sisii showroom, kobe, japan/yuko nagayama & associates
via: yellowtrace
cabbagerose:

sisii showroom, kobe, japan/yuko nagayama & associates
via: yellowtrace
cabbagerose:

sisii showroom, kobe, japan/yuko nagayama & associates
via: yellowtrace
cabbagerose:

sisii showroom, kobe, japan/yuko nagayama & associates
via: yellowtrace
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justthedesign:

Just The Design By Naka Studio