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I love this kind of japanese architecture with open plans and different levels by Makoto Tanijiri

Bilbao Guggenheim, Quantum Field X3 exhibition, by Hiro Yamagata. Structure covered with holographic panels.

galley N, Nagoya, Japan, Architecture by Makoto Tanijiri, Photo by Nobuki Taoka, Yasuyoshi Tokida, 常田泰由

Constructed for Beijing Design Week 2012, the ‘Ban’ pavilion draws inspiration from floral petals in the way the shape of the flower is created by its bent petals. Designed by Orproject, Ban is constructed from bent polymer sheets which form a self-supporting structure and create shapes and volume from a multitude of leaves. © Jasper James and Orproject

All-white spiral staircase inside the Lushi Hill Club in Beijing by Atelier Fronti.

Kengo Kuma’s temporary dwelling made from wood, plastic and magnets

MIT Chapel by Eero Saarinen (with a waterfall metal sculpture by Harry Bertoia that shimmers in the sunlight reflecting and distributing light into the interior of the chapel)

Eolica Wind Tower / Fran Silvestre Arquitectos