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enochliew:

Guangzhou Opera House by Zaha Hadid Architects

The complex consists of several large softly shaped polyhedra, reminiscent of large boulders and pebbles in the river.

z-x-y:

Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan, by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP Architects

enochliew:

Grove Park House by Bell Phillips

Conceived as a sculptural origami object folding up through the space, and made of 6mm thick brushed stainless steel.

cjwho:

Casa VU, Lima, Peru by TDC

(Source: cjwho)

infiniteinterior:

Al Bahar Towers, Abu Dhabi (Aedas / Arup)

Got to love that adjustable sun shading facade

thekhooll:

Camins Al Grao, Valenza - Valencia, Spain

Hemispheric and Queen Sofia’s Opera house building

z-x-y:

Military History Museum, by Studio Daniel Libeskind

Libeskind’s extension to Dresden’s Military History Museum (originally built in built in 1897 ) dramatically interrupts the building’s symmetry, its massive, five-story 200-ton wedge of concrete and steel slicing through the center of the 135-year-old original structure.

kafkasapartment:

Kilden Performing Arts Centre. ALA Architects. Kristiansand - Norway.

cauxcollective:

Caux Collective Redirects: IBM Billboards

Through their ‘Smarter Cities’ project, American technology company IBM have sought to create innovative solutions to common problems, with the hope of improving the standard of every day living in cities, helping their residents become ‘smarter’. In order to spark the creative process into action, IBM turned to communications and advertising specialists Ogilvy to produce a set of outdoor advertising with a purpose.

If you’d like to read more head over to Inspirezwhere you can find this post in it’s entirety, including additional images and further links.

(Source: mmlxiii)

enochliew:

Guangzhou Opera House by Zaha Hadid Architects

The complex consists of several large softly shaped polyhedra, reminiscent of large boulders and pebbles in the river.

z-x-y:

Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan, by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP Architects

enochliew:

Grove Park House by Bell Phillips

Conceived as a sculptural origami object folding up through the space, and made of 6mm thick brushed stainless steel.

cjwho:

Casa VU, Lima, Peru by TDC

(Source: cjwho)

infiniteinterior:

Al Bahar Towers, Abu Dhabi (Aedas / Arup)

Got to love that adjustable sun shading facade

thekhooll:

Camins Al Grao, Valenza - Valencia, Spain

Hemispheric and Queen Sofia’s Opera house building

z-x-y:

Military History Museum, by Studio Daniel Libeskind

Libeskind’s extension to Dresden’s Military History Museum (originally built in built in 1897 ) dramatically interrupts the building’s symmetry, its massive, five-story 200-ton wedge of concrete and steel slicing through the center of the 135-year-old original structure.

kafkasapartment:

Kilden Performing Arts Centre. ALA Architects. Kristiansand - Norway.

cauxcollective:

Caux Collective Redirects: IBM Billboards

Through their ‘Smarter Cities’ project, American technology company IBM have sought to create innovative solutions to common problems, with the hope of improving the standard of every day living in cities, helping their residents become ‘smarter’. In order to spark the creative process into action, IBM turned to communications and advertising specialists Ogilvy to produce a set of outdoor advertising with a purpose.

If you’d like to read more head over to Inspirezwhere you can find this post in it’s entirety, including additional images and further links.

(Source: mmlxiii)

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