Heydar Aliev Cultural Center, Zaha Hadid Architects, 2007-TBC // http://www.zaha-hadid.com/architecture/heydar-aliyev-cultural-centre/

Heydar Aliev Cultural Center, Zaha Hadid Architects, 2007-TBC // http://www.zaha-hadid.com/architecture/heydar-aliyev-cultural-centre/

Blossoming dubai - based on the form of a blossoming flower. The tower is equipped with two elevators running on spiral rails (spiral of the most simple geometry turning 135 degrees while ascending 138 meters). These lifts ascend from lower ground floor to the cafeteria level and the viewing platform above.

Blossoming dubai - based on the form of a blossoming flower. The tower is equipped with two elevators running on spiral rails (spiral of the most simple geometry turning 135 degrees while ascending 138 meters). These lifts ascend from lower ground floor to the cafeteria level and the viewing platform above.

The side of the buiding seems to undulate like waves. This movement and layering is echoed in the Boira Wall Sconce by Simonne Duval- Design Imports Europe

The side of the buiding seems to undulate like waves. This movement and layering is echoed in the Boira Wall Sconce by Simonne Duval- Design Imports Europe

"C-Curve" installation by Anish Kapoor at South Downs, Brighton, UK, 2009. Photo by Carl Abrams, via Flickr

"C-Curve" installation by Anish Kapoor at South Downs, Brighton, UK, 2009. Photo by Carl Abrams, via Flickr

Shoreham Street / Project Orange | ArchDaily

Shoreham Street / Project Orange

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Polour Rock Climbing Hall, Mazandaran, Iran. Laying on the pristine context of Polour, overlooking the highest peak of Iran -Mount Damavand-, and responding the climbing potential of the region, a spirited sport facility is imprinted delicately in the rocky lands of Mazandaran. Being inspired by the geological process of the large-scale movements of the earth‘s crust and its tectonic forces, all end up to initial clues to co-operate for drawing up Polour Rock Climbing Hall.

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Polour Rock Climbing Hall, Mazandaran, Iran. Laying on the pristine context of Polour, overlooking the highest peak of Iran -Mount Damavand-, and responding the climbing potential of the region, a spirited sport facility is imprinted delicately in the rocky lands of Mazandaran. Being inspired by the geological process of the large-scale movements of the earth‘s crust and its tectonic forces, all end up to initial clues to co-operate for drawing up Polour Rock Climbing Hall.

JANUS a project by :mlzd rapperswil-jona, switzerland, completed 2011 –––––––––––– The ensemble of buildings that today makes up the Rapperswil-Jona municipal museum looks back on a history of more.

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