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Kiel canopy | Ney Partners with B-architecten | Archinect

Kiel canopy | Ney & Partners | Archinect

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Love this idea for those who recycle...those who don't can still get an idea for just the can. I don't necessarily need the garden growing on top.

cantilever barn in rural Appalachia

An abandoned igloo resort hotel in Alaska / mythical dome of the White North. photo by Sara Heinrichs

Kept Ephemera - An abandoned igloo resort hotel in Alaska /...

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This Log home in the Spanish mountains by Nordicasa Design & Construction is made of 165 mm laminated wood beams using wood from Finland.

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beautiful Abandoned church in Germany

Trashed but still beautiful

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Solar ivy building integrated photovoltaic system. Inspired by the principles of photosynthesis and the growth patterns of ivy, Solar Ivy is a customizable, non-toxic and completely recyclable modular system that brings a technology traditionally restricted to rooftops to almost any architectural surface

Hotel Humboldt, Arq. Tomás José Sanabria. 1956

Pura Lempuyang, Bali

Stairway to... by Gophrette Power | 500px

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Stay safe from Zombies with this Waterpod Floating House with garden dome, wind and water power. Fits a family of five

15 Floating Structures staring in the face of the future

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Concrete Cloth - A flexible fabric impregnated with a special pre-mixed cement that hardens when it’s hydrated. So not only does it make creating irregularly shaped items out of concrete a lot easier, like say shelters, ditches, retaining walls, pond linings and chairs, but unlike a regular concrete mix you can’t use too much water, so it’s idiot-proof as well.

Concrete Cloth - OhGizmo!

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stunning north shore estate, 473 laulea place, paia, hawaii

stunning north shore estate, 473 laulea place,... — Architecture

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Lucky Coin structure on Pearl River - Guangzhou, China

Guangzhou Archives | wordlessTech

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Kentuck Knob/Hagan House – Stewart Township, Pennsylvanie (1953-1956)

Kentuck Knob | A Casual Weblog

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Calatrava - he might charge a city billions of dollars for italian steel because "italian is better than american" but at least it will be pretty afterwards.

ArchDaily | Broadcasting Architecture Worldwide - Part 7

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