FingerPrint Building, awesome!

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contemporary "How to Make a Japanese House" by Cathelijne Nuijsink

6 Innovative New Japanese Houses

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Pink living room in Liza Bruce and Nicolas Alvis Vega's Indian Apartment

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Madrids Enchanting El Escorial

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Helix Hotel by Leeser Architecture

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burano, venice, italy. what gorgeous home colours

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'Seed Cathedral’ by Thomas Heatherwick.

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Art Gallery of Ontario highlights Frank Gehry beautiful use on cedar.

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Water skylight

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Heart-Portugal

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love this idea..

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Tiny one room mountain getaway... no running water, but beautiful!

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gorgeous

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I'll take this view with a hotel on the side..

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Champs Elysees Mac Mahon... with a view of the view of the Arc de Triomphe!!

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Cobra Towers in Kuwait.

Stall69, at Snoopers Paradise

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Cozy bench, hidden treasure

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I always wanted my own bubble.

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Faceted Facade

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living green wall

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outdoors >> indoors

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outdoors >> indoors

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Kimball Art Center

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My favorite view..

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Parasite Office za bor architects 2011 The unrelenting development occurring in many urban centres makes it increasingly difficult to find attractive sites for new buildings, with any land that is available often being prohibitively expensive. One solution, proposed by Russian architecture practice za bor architects for a competition organised by architecture biennale ARCH Moscow, is not to touch the ground at all and instead to straddle the space between existing buildings

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