Broken water lines at Life Sciences Building at University of Albany by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects

Broken water lines at Life Sciences Building at University of Albany by Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects

Zhangmiao Exercise Park. Archi-Union Architects(Philip F. Yuan) completed in Shanghai the Zhangmiao Exercise Park that, combining a jogging path, which is paved with plastic cement, even becomes the liveliest space in the whole area for people hanging out at night ,with public spaces.The vertical grass vegetation creates different scales of spatial possibility.

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Zhangmiao Exercise Park. Archi-Union Architects(Philip F. Yuan) completed in Shanghai the Zhangmiao Exercise Park that, combining a jogging path, which is paved with plastic cement, even becomes the liveliest space in the whole area for people hanging out at night ,with public spaces.The vertical grass vegetation creates different scales of spatial possibility.

Water sculpture "Appearing Rooms" (2004) installation by Danish artist Jeppe Hein. In front of the Festival Hall in London

Water sculpture "Appearing Rooms" (2004) installation by Danish artist Jeppe Hein. In front of the Festival Hall in London

The Barbican is one of our favourite pieces of architecture in London because it was built on a very ambitious scale in an area that was severely damaged during WWII and is one of the few examples of idealised, high-rise living as it was intended to be. More favourites over on the blog: http://bit.ly/londonarchitecture

The Barbican is one of our favourite pieces of architecture in London because it was built on a very ambitious scale in an area that was severely damaged during WWII and is one of the few examples of idealised, high-rise living as it was intended to be. More favourites over on the blog: http://bit.ly/londonarchitecture

'Silence' water feature by Japanese architect Tadao Ando in Mount Street, Mayfair London

'Silence' water feature by Japanese architect Tadao Ando in Mount Street, Mayfair London

'Silence' water feature by Japanese architect Tadao Ando in Mount Street, Mayfair London

'Silence' water feature by Japanese architect Tadao Ando in Mount Street, Mayfair London

Silence by Tadao Ando and Blair Associates

This water feature, designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando in collaboration with Blair Associates, is a soothing oasis in busy Mayfair. Atomisers create clouds of vapour for 15 seconds every 15 minutes from the granite-edged pool

BMW Group Pavilion / Serie Architects BMW Group Pavilion / Serie Architects – ArchDaily This is so cool, but I would be afraid of falling asleep thinking it's raining if I were inside this building!

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BMW Group Pavilion / Serie Architects BMW Group Pavilion / Serie Architects – ArchDaily This is so cool, but I would be afraid of falling asleep thinking it's raining if I were inside this building!

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