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Located within Dong Da district, Hanoi, the newly constructed gallery and lighting showroom uses a perforated terracotta façade to create a simple yet significant impact on the surrounding landscape. The gallery is located on the top floor overlooking a large neighbouring tree, while the slit skylights expose the roof garden. This offers a space for architects and design professionals to interact. Upon entering the building, visitors are greeted with a large void. The showroom is caref...

Located within Dong Da district, Hanoi, the newly constructed gallery and lighting showroom uses a perforated terracotta façade to create a simple yet significant impact on the surrounding landscape. The gallery is located on the top floor overlooking a large neighbouring tree, while the slit skylights expose the roof garden. This offers a space for architects and design professionals to interact. Upon entering the building, visitors are greeted with a large void. The showroom is caref...

HARRY BERTOIA, Sonambient sounding sculpture, ca.1970s. Material beryllium copper and bronze.

HARRY BERTOIA, Sonambient sounding sculpture, ca.1970s. Material beryllium copper and bronze.

Professor Ingeborg M. Rocker of Rocker-Lange Architects and students at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, USA, have used a robot to build an undulating double-wall structure made of 4100 wooden "bricks" to create complex double curvature walls.

Professor Ingeborg M. Rocker of Rocker-Lange Architects and students at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, USA, have used a robot to build an undulating double-wall structure made of 4100 wooden "bricks" to create complex double curvature walls.

brick bonds. (a) Flemish bond. (b) Flemish garden-wall bond. (c) Flemish stretcher-bond. (d) Monk bond. (e) English bond. (f) English garden-wall bond. (g) Header bond. (h) Dearne's bond. (i) English cross-bond or St Andrew's bond, with upper course of projecting bricks laid diagonally (cogging or dog-tooth) to support a cornice above. (j) Dutch bond. (k) Raking stretcher-bond or quarter-bond. (l) Rat-trap bond. (JJS) - See more at: http://www.arhitectis.com/brick.htm#sthash.pTr0o7hq.dpuf

brick bonds. (a) Flemish bond. (b) Flemish garden-wall bond. (c) Flemish stretcher-bond. (d) Monk bond. (e) English bond. (f) English garden-wall bond. (g) Header bond. (h) Dearne's bond. (i) English cross-bond or St Andrew's bond, with upper course of projecting bricks laid diagonally (cogging or dog-tooth) to support a cornice above. (j) Dutch bond. (k) Raking stretcher-bond or quarter-bond. (l) Rat-trap bond. (JJS) - See more at: http://www.arhitectis.com/brick.htm#sthash.pTr0o7hq.dpuf