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Spiral Extension to the Victoria Albert Museum, London. Daniel Libeskind

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Designs for a jumbled stack of apartments in Montenegro (above) by Indian firm Sanjay Puri Architects

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Designs for a jumbled stack of apartments in Montenegro (above) by Indian firm Sanjay Puri Architects

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Arrows Down by Sebastian Opitz

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Jewish Community Center Mainz by Manuel Herz Architects

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On the border between a former urban/industrial development and a small forest where new housing is being developed, this nursery school mediates between different contexts and scales. A semi enclosed entrance courtyard constitutes a first exterior space for parents and children meeting and leaving. The organic layout encourages movement as space becomes continuous and creates both exterior and interior rooms of challenging shapes. Windows are freely placed at different heights and allow for.

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The Hydro-electric Power Station in Kempten Germany by Becker Architekten

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From the artist: My artistic career begins at the age of 10 designing unreal cities, with all their streets (and their street names), their buildings, their topography, their bus and subway lines and all the elements that any city has. - Victor Enrich

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The works tend to resurrect the urban form, probably the most overlooked field of the architectural world … the cities of today have not been designed. Even, most of them were never designed, so what we see is the result of very random processes of addition and subtraction of objects, buildings, roads etc, pending on strong private economic interests. There is a background process of understanding the city at a geometric level. Urban spatialities are analyzed and described in order to rescue ..

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India - open spiral stair

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The interesting part of sustainability, besides it tries to be good for us, is that it moves the attention or the argument of architecture again back to the future. Post-modernism and Deconstructivism was always concerned with an argument as a reference to the past, or anchoring a building in kind of a tradition. Sustainability flips it back to the future and creates a certain hope or a certain idea of a better future. Architecture is always about a better future, otherwise nobody would inves...

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( Barcelona ) Gaudi

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LET’S BUILD A CRYSTAL – THE KINÉMAX BY DENIS LAMING

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Filip Dujardin’s Impossible Architectural Photography #collage #mashup #fiction

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The interior of the Grosses Schauspielhaus, Berlin, 1919, by Hans Poelzig. A design inspired by stalactite formations in a mineral cave.

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City Portraits, Victor Enrich. photo manipulations. unzipped skyscraper tel aviv.

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The tallest bridge in the world - the Millau Bridge, France

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g.bang architecture

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'indigo deli' by sameep padora and associates, mumbai, india

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Chand Baori is a famous stepwell situated in the village of Abhaneri near Jaipur in the Indian state of Rajasthan. This step well is located opposite Harshat Mata Temple, constructed in 800 c. and is one of the deepest and largest step wells in India. It was built in the 9th century and has 3500 narrow steps in 13 stories and is 100 feet deep

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JDS Architects // The Chongming Bicycle Park consists of a Bike Museum, a Visitor Center, and a Multi-purpose hall, creating an urban oasis in the vicinity of Shanghai. // under construction #bike #china #urban

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Central Hall of the Natural History Museum in London - www.nhm.ac.uk #cultural #interior #public

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Rather than design a run-of-the-mill skyscraper for a new hotel in Xian, China, architects 3Gatti decided to put lots of smaller buildings on a gigantic set of shelves.

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Bridge #shadow #structure

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David Closes | Intervención en la Iglesia del Convento de Sant Francesc, Santpedor

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