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Fascinating Cliff Hanger Hotel at The Grand Canyon - Cliff hanger Hotel is the ultimate hotel experience based on the concept of suspension in space and immersion in environment. With its modular design, the experience can be recreated in many locations across the world. Such locations could include the Golden Gate Bridge, California’s redwood forests and an ice fissure in the Andes.

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Zaha Hadid Seoul Design Center DDP

Zaha Hadid's Dongdaemun Design Plaza captured in new photographs

There is not a slide in sight at Wieden + Kennedy's New York headquarters.

2014 RIBA Awards winners announced – Mary Rose Museum Portsmouth by Wilkinson Eyre Architects.

Casa Arco - Location: Concepcion, Chile; Architects: Mauricio Pezo, Sofia von Ellrichshausen; Client: Barbara Bravo, Claudio Romo; Builder: Ricardo Ballesta; Structure: German Aguilera; Plot surface: 450 m2; Built surface: 124 m2; Design year: 2010;

BORDER CHECKPOINT, Sarpi, Georgia - J. MAYER H. Architects; Project Team: Juergen Mayer H., Jesko Malkolm Johnsson-Zahn, Christoph Emenlauer; Project: 2010-2011; Completion: 2011; Client: Ministry of Finance of Georgia;

J. MAYER H. BUILDINGS BORDER CHECKPOINT

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Sunset Chapel - Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico; Design: BNKR Arquitectura; Lighting: Noriega Iluminadores – Ricardo Noriega; Construction: Factor Eficiencia – Fermin Espinosa & Francisco Villeda; Area: 120 m2; Status: Completed Feb 2011; Photography: Esteban Suárez;

CH CAPITE | GENEVA SWITZERLAND | STEFAN ANTONI OLMESDAHL TRUEN - SAOTA - South African Architectural Firm

Le Corbusier - Chapelle Notre Dame du Haut

Itatiba Residence - Architects: RoccoVidal P+W; Location: Sao Paulo – São Paulo, Brasil; Project Architects: Luiz Fernando Rocco, Fernando Vidal, Douglas Tolaine; Collaborators: Fernanda Tegacini, Marcela Kishi, Caroline Estelles, Ana Cecilia Guimarães, Carlos Andrigo, Fred Zara, Fernanda Morais, Fernanda Borges; Project Year: 2013; Photography: Tuca Reinés;

Frank Lloyd Wright. Concrete Block period. Millard House in Pasadena. 1923. bLOCK alternative

Sturges House. Frank Lloyd Wright. Usonian style. Brentwood, California, 1939 | Wright Chat

Concrete House II by A-cero in Madrid | Yatzer

UK Pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai Expo: The Seed Cathedral is a box, 15 metres high and 10 metres tall. From every surface protrude silvery hairs, consisting of 60,000 identical rods of clear acrylic, 7.5 metres long, which extend through the walls of the box and lift it into the air. Inside the pavilion, the geometry of the rods forms a space described by a curvaceous undulating surface. 250,000 are seeds cast into the glassy tips of the hairs.