Leonardo Demiéssi

Leonardo Demiéssi

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Utrecht opened its – so far – largest indoor bicycle parking facility. It is the first new permanent solution to park bicycles in the area around central station. Under the new monumental stairs to…

Théo van Doesburg (1883-1931) | Staircase for the Café de Aubette, Strasbourg | 1926-1928

Staircase at the Cafe de Aubette designed by Theo van Doesburg and Sophie and Hans Arp, photographed in 1928 - Courtesy Musées de Strasbourg. The cinema and ballroom of the Cafe Aubette designed by.

Piet Mondrian Style Architecture

Unknown architectural masterpiece in the manner of De Stijl. Like stepping into a painting by the hand of Piet Mondrian. Architect unknown, possibly early in the Netherlands.

IdeaFixa » A cidade das artes

asylum-art: “Famous works of art transformed into buildings in federico babina’ s Archist Series Iconic works from artists including Piet Mondrian, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Marcel Duchamp and more.

kandinsky munich planegg 1 (1901)

Kandinsky, Múnich-Planegg I, Museum Georg Schäfer

SOURCE: SIGNALS.COM / FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT ART GLASS PANEL - LAKE GENEVA - From the Lake Geneva Inn (1911) in Wisconsin.

The Frank Lloyd Wright Lake Geneva Tulip Stained Glass is an adaptation of the tulip window created for the Lake Geneva Inn (now demolished), in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.