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seed cathedral

Thomas Heatherwick - Heatherwick Studio - Seed Cathedral -Shanghai Expo in 2010 - thousands of seeds collected by the Royal Botanical Gardens in these stunning transparent acrylic rods that glowed and moved with the elements.

Metal Diversity - A Material Inspiration Album III - Imgur

Image 4 of 17 from gallery of Edogawa Garage Club Renovation / Jun’ichi Ito Architect & Associates. Photograph by Naoomi Kurozu

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Packing Tape Spiderweb Installation by Viennese/Croatian design collective For Use/Numen. - 21 Works of art using office supplies

18 Kowloon East / Aedas   Hong Kong

18 Kowloon East / Aedas

Eco Pavilion 2011 by MMX Studio | Mexico City. Rope structure.

Eco Pavilion 2011 by MMX Studio

Built by MMX in Mexico City, Mexico with date Images by Yoshihiro Koitani. Every year, the ECO Experimental Museum in Mexico City, organizes a competition for a temporary pavilion designed to .

Licht und Schatten

See-through Church by Gijs Van Vaerenbergh

Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh have completed a see-through church in Limburg, Belgium. The ten metre-high church is constructed from 100 stacked layers of weathered steel plates.

Escola Bressol Nursery | Batlle i Roig Arquitectes

Image 4 of 29 from gallery of Nursery in the Jardines De Malaga / Batlle i Roig Architectes. Courtesy of batlle i roig architectes

PaKaL . VISION: La Philharmonie, ses colonnes et ses ombres... - Place de l’Europe, Kirchberg, Grand Duché de Luxembourg

Pattern I chose this picture because it has a repetition of the pillars with shadows to create leading lines. It makes me feel like I'm walking through this pathway and I'm about to turn. I really like the use of shadows to create another pattern within a

Zilvinas Kempinas

Lithuanian-born, New York-based artist Zilvinas Kempinas had a love and fascination with the VHS tape and took that love to a whole new level. Kempinas created Tube, an enclosed walkway that was created using the magnetic tape from old VHS tapes.