World Trade Center, New York City by Minoru Yamasaki
1978 Thomas, World Trade Center, Architecture, New York, Photographers Thomas, York 1978
I think I took it for granted when I worked there. True architectural beauty. World Trade Center New York 1978 Thomas Mayer
I've never gotten the chance to see the World Trade Center but it looked nice. World Trade Center New York 1978 Thomas Mayer
The wonder scale of the World Trade Center New York. Photo 1978 Thomas Mayer // Dimster Architecture
Architectural Photographers: Thomas Mayer, World Trade Center New York 1978, Minoru Yamasaki
World Trade Center New York 1978 Thomas Mayer. The view from the top was beyond words.
World Trade Center New York 1978 Thomas Mayer - I was there in the same year...
The Gothic arches of the World Trade Center New York 1978 Thomas Mayer
World Trade Center New York 1978 Thomas Mayer. We will never forget!
Thomas Mayer, World Trade Center, New York City, 1978
Haesley Nine Bridge, South Korea.
Golf Clubhouse, Bridges Golf, Clubhouse South, Shigeru Ban, Architecture, South Korea
KYEONG SIK YOON & SHIGERU BAN ARCHITECTS, NINE BRIDGES GOLF CLUBHOUSE SOUTH KOREA: hexagons. www.delightfull.eu
trama espacial organica KYEONG SIK YOON SHIGERU BAN ARCHITECTS, NINE BRIDGES GOLF CLUBHOUSE SOUTH KOREA: hexagons.
KYEONG SIK YOON SHIGERU BAN ARCHITECTS, NINE BRIDGES GOLF CLUBHOUSE SOUTH KOREA: hexagons. The supports seem to mimic golf tees…..
KYEONG SIK YOON & SHIGERU BAN ARCHITECTS, NINE BRIDGES GOLF CLUBHOUSE SOUTH KOREA: looks like English perpendicular style to me!
Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Clubhouse South Korea | Shigeru Ban Architects and Kyeong Sik Yoon
Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Clubhouse: South Korea by Shigeru Ban architecture
Former Northwestern National Life Insurance Building, 1965 (Now ING) Minoru Yamasaki & Associates
Life Building, Insurance Building, Life Insurance, Associates Minneapolis, Architecture, Photo
Daddy Long Legs 1965 Former Northwestern National Life Insurance Building (Now ING) | Architect: Minoru Yamasaki & Associates Minneapolis, Minnesota | Photo: Pete Sieger #architecture
Northwestern National Life Insurance Building (Location 20 Washington Avenue S Downtown, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Gateway District, Minneapolis, Minnesota) The Northwestern National Life Building, now known as the ING Reliastar Building Built in 1964 by Minoru Yamasaki and Associates, it is a fine example of the modernist architecture of the time
Former Northwestern National Life Insurance Building, 1965 (Now ING) Minoru Yamasaki & Associates Minneapolis, Minnesota by Pete Sieger #arquitetura #architecture #design #building #estrutura #structure
Reminds me of the former downtown Nashville Library. Daddy Long Legs 1965 Former Northwestern National Life Insurance Building (Now ING) | Architect: Minoru Yamasaki & Associates Minneapolis, Minnesota | Photo: Pete Sieger
Former Northwestern National Life Insurance Building, 1965. Minoru Yamasaki & Associates, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Photo by Pete Sieger.
Art With Building
Building, Frank Gehry, Gehry Carbonite, Street Art, Star Wars, Carbonite Tower, Han Solo, Architecture, Starwars
Just incredible, breaking the rules gracefully. The man on the side of the Carbonite Tower is Han Solo from Star Wars. The building is the tallest building in the western hemisphere at 76 storys high with a reinforced structure. The style is called deconstructivism which was a development of postmodern architecture. Frank Gehry
Art With Building - Frank Gehry Carbonite Tower, New York City - Western world's tallest residential building at 870 feet
Frank Gehry Carbonite Tower Gehry Tower is a nine-story building constructed by architect Frank Gehry; it is located at the Steintor, Goethestraße 13a, in Hanover, Germany.
Frank Gehry Carbonite Tower . . . #Architecture #Design #RealEstate #StarWars #HanSolo
Frank Gehry Carbonite Tower source architizer.tumblr.com #architecture #frankgehry
Frank Gehry Carbonite Tower (with Hans Solo) Amazing photoshopping skills?
ultimate street art - Frank Gehry Carbonite Tower... pinned by Liberhada ♥
Frank Gehry Carbonite Tower, Hanover, Germany --- is that Hans Solo?
Holy crap! ultimate street art !!- Frank Gehry Carbonite Tower
Tamina Thermal Baths / Smolenicky & Partner Architecture The Tamina thermal baths is explicitly conceived as a part of the grand-hotel culture. The cultural and aesthetic identity of the project seeks an affinity to both Swiss tradition and the grand hotels of the Baltic coast, such as Heiligendamm. For this reason the building volume has a monumental character, in order to stand out as an institution equal to the other buildings in the resort.
Architecture we all love!!!
Interior Design, Spaces, Favorite Places, Outdoor, Tamina Thermal, Partner Architecture, Switzerland
Smolenicky & Partner’s arched pavilion for the Tamina thermal baths in the Bad Ragaz region of Switzerland. Richard Bernath, Beautiful!
Grand Resort in Bad Ragaz, Switzerland (Tamina Thermal Baths by Smolenicky & Partner Architecture: ABSOLUTELY GLORIOUS!)
Tamina Thermal Baths, Bad Ragaz | Switzerland by Smolenicky & Partner Architecture
Tamina Thermal Baths by Smolenicky & Partner Architecture in Bad Ragaz, Switzerland
minimalist interior design tamina thermal bath
Outdoor Living Space
The Northwestern National Life Building, Minneapolis, Architect Minoru Yamasaki
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My favorite Minneapolis building. What a great outdoor space for a party.
Interior, Stairs, Foreign Affairs, Oscars, Staircase, Architecture, Oscar Niemeyer, Design
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Brasilia Architect: Oscar Niemeyer 1962 Landscape, indoor- & roof-gardens: Roberto Burle #office design #architecture interior design #interior house design #decoracao de casas| http://home-interior-decorators-787.blogspot.com
ministry of foreign affairs brasillia, oscar niemeyer 1962 #architecture #stairs #staircase @gibmirraum
Oscar Niemayer, Office of Foreign Affairs, Brazil Architectural design, interior design, #Architecture, House Architecture, #ModernHousePlans, Modern Architecture, Home design, Architecture and design, #lightingdesign, luxury homes
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The staircase in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Brasilia -1962. Designed by Oscar Niemeyer. Photo courtesy of Julian Weyer on Flickr.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Brasilia. Oscar Niemeyer 1962 #stairs #escaleras #architecture #arquitectura
Stair of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Oscar Niemeyer Brasília, Brazil. 1974 The beauty of simplicity. And an impressive apology of stairs!! In an age where security (essential), sometimes blindly kills the design and creativity that condemns us to a brutal homogenization of one of the most fundamental elements in a building: the stairs, the “promenade architecturale” and the way we fill space.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Brasilia by Oscar Niemeyer #architecture #interiors #stairs
#OscarNiemeyer, 1962....#stairway #Entry #Up #spiral
Fingerprintbuilding, Art, Thailand, Fingerprints, Places, Design, Amazing Architecture, Fingerprint Building
15 Strange Buildings you'd love to see - Fingerprint Building, Thailand #Architecture #FingerprintBuilding #Thailand http://amzn.to/1Ankz9y
Thailand. Fingerprint building. #amazing #architecture #monochromatic....TRY AND FIND YOUR WAY OUT OF THIS PLACE :)
Finger print building in Thailand Had to share this 'building' with you. But, before you get too excited about the futuristic design then stand by since it isn't actually real! It was actually part of a marketing campaign for a company that makes fingerprint software and panels, but it would be pretty cool if it was!
Fingerprint building in Thailand from above this amazing architectural design looks like a fingerprint hope they give you a really good map when inside it looks like a maze you could not leave, giant art design
#Amazing Architectural #Architectural Design #Wonderful Architectural Unbelievable Fingerprint building in Thailand
Uncommon Buildings you'd Love - Fingerprint Building, Thailand #architecture #design #art #inspiration #international
Art & Design Unbelievable Fingerprint building in Thailand Posted by GC Gabriela Cimpoaie
The Wave Building built in 1970, France
Wave Building, The Wave, France, Architecture, The Baule
The Wave Building, waterfront apartments built in the 1970s, La Baule, France. Photography by Etienne Gérard
etienne gerard, la baule. I remember visiting one of these flats as a kid in the 80s. Wave like architecture right on the beach La Baule, France
"The Wave Building" a beachfront apartment building located in La Baule, France designed by architect Pierre Doucet
La Baule | "The Wave Building" | Waterfront apartments built in the 1970s | La Baule, France
Immeuble en vague - La Baule- France. Architecte: Pierre Doucet. Photo Etienne Gerard
La Baule, France 1970. #arquitetura #architecture #inspiration #LaBaule #wonderlland
The Wave Building, waterfront apartments, 1970s, La Baule, France, architecture
The Wave Building by Etienne Gerard in La Baule, France
Filip Dujardin - Architectural design - Contrasting building materials - Building exterior
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Filip Dujardin 5 | Architectural Photography That Breaks Your Brain On Second Glance | Co.Design: business + innovation + design
Between reality and fiction, the Belgian artist-photographer FILIP DUJARDIN recovers the art of collage to create a new language based on the modernist architectural tradition.
Filip Dujardin http://www.filipdujardin.be/ this belgian photographer uses parts of photographs to build fictional architectural structures.
Filip Dujardin - belgian photographer uses parts of photographs to build fictional architectural structures.
Filip Dujardin - fictional architecture Brick
Filip Dujardin. What a unique use of space.
Johnson Wax Building Headquarters Building, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the 30s (1936 to 1939) This is the Interior, "Great Workroom
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Frank Lloyd Wright. Work area at the Johnson Wax Building, headquarters of the S.C. Johnson and Son Co., Racine, Wisconsin. Photographed by Carol Highsmith.
Day tripping. Our neighbors to the east have some pretty fantastic architecture as well. I'd work here. Johnson Wax Building- Frank Lloyd Wright- 1936- Racine WI
Johnson Wax Building, também conhecido como Johnson Wax Headquarters, é a sede mundial da administração da S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc. em Racine, Wisconsin. O edifício foi construído entre 1936 e 1939 pelo arquiteto americano Frank Lloyd Wright
Johnson Wax Building - Racine, Wisconsin. Edifício projetado por Frank Lloyd Wright, entre 1936 e 1939.
Johnson Wax Headquarters | Racine, Wisconsin | Frank Lloyd Wright | look up into the light, like fish from the bottom of a pond, and the plates seem to swim in the flowing glass
Johnson Wax Building Headquarters Building, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the 30s (1936 to 1939) This is the Interior, "Great Workroom - This space was a paradigm shift for workspace interiors.
Johnson Wax Building Headquarters Building, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the 30s (1936 to 1939). This is the Interior, "Great Workroom"
Johnson Wax Building (Racine, Wisconsin) 1939. Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright. The structural columns, ceiling, and lighting form an integrated design and provide a space with virtually no sense of enclosure. The nearby laboratory tower, whose floors cantilever from a single central support, was built in 1950.
Johnson Wax Headquarters | Racine, Wisconsin | Frank Lloyd Wright | photo by Carol Highsmith
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V. C. Morris Gift Shop is located at 140 Maiden Lane in downtown San Francisco, California, USA, and was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1948. The store was used by Wright as a physical prototype, or proof of concept for the circular ramp at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
V.C. Morris Shop, San Francisco, California. Photographed by Carol Highsmith, March 7, 2007 Frank Lloyd Wright in 1948.
V.C. Morris Shop, San Francisco, California. Photographed by Carol Highsmith, March 7, 2007 as a digital file. The building was designed and built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1948.
V. C. Morris Gift Shop (Xanadu Gallery) (1948); Frank Lloyd Wright. photo: Carol M. Highsmith. / www.bontool.com
V. C. Morris Gift Shop (Xanadu Gallery) (1948); Frank Lloyd Wright. photo: Carol M. Highsmith Simple use of brick but amazingly effective
V. C. Morris Gift Shop (Xanadu Gallery) (1948); Frank Lloyd Wright.
Frank Lloyd Wright. V. C. Morris Gift Shop. San Francisco. 1948.
Frank Lloyd Wright in San Francisco - Life Without Buildings
Frank Lloyd Wright. photo: Carol M. Highsmith
The Johnson Wax Headquarters Building, Frank Lloyd Wright 1936-39 | And where would good ol' Frank Lloyd Wright fit in? His decorative touch with material forms would seemingly contradict his incredible engineering prowess, as with the columns in the Johnson Wax building, which are perfectly balanced to express the nature of the forces at play.
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Johnson Wax corporate offices, Frank Lloyd Wright, 1940-50 - roof as "Baldachin", an ostentatious textile ceiling over the heads of the powerful and important, surface floating free in space, wall-less space within a space/ Baldachin is a reduced form of covering, gesture of presentation, not a merely utility surface
Johnson Wax Corporation Building, 1525 Howe Street, Racine, Racine County, WI, Interior, Southeast View, From Second Floor Balcony of the "Great Workroom". Photographed on 5x7 B film by photographer Jack Boucher. The significance: Corporate complex, noted example of Frank Lloyd Wright's commercial design.
Grinding away, day to day. The Johnson Wax Headquarters Building, Frank Lloyd Wright 1936-39
"Frank Lloyd Wright Johnson Wax" Talk about anonymous, soulless, corporate life!
Johnson Wax Building, Racine WI. Frank Lloyd Wright. Streamline design.
The Johnson Wax Headquarters Building, Frank Lloyd Wright 1936-39.....
Frank Lloyd Wright, Johnson Wax Headquarters, 1936, Wisconsin.
Frank Lloyd Wright - The Johnson Wax Building; Racine, WI
Makes the building look much more interesting, "SUPPORT STREET ART, IT MAKES LIFE INTERESTING"
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Makes the building look much more interesting, "SUPPORT STREET ART, IT MAKES LIFE INTERESTING" #architecture - #3d art| http://3dartscollections.blogspot.com
前のピナーはこれを書きました 「I was smiling looking at this building. Was that people rowing a boat at the top of the ripple? Aha... The building facade became a canvas for the architect to tell the story. I got it. Good job! Cheers - Yenny」 素晴らしい
Makes the building look much more interesting, "SUPPORT STREET ART, IT MAKES LIFE INTERESTING" #architecture - #3d art
Makes the building look much more interesting, "SUPPORT STREET ART, IT MAKES LIFE INTERESTING". There are amazing architecture projects around the world. Here you can see every type of project, since buildings, to bridges or even other physical structures. Enjoy and see more at www.homedesignideas.eu
? Modern Architecture Wall #built environments #architecture ideas #architecture masterpiece #installation architecture
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Capricious Facade Art | Exterior Wall Candy & Architecture
35 Cool Building Facades Featuring Unconventional Design Strategies
Revival of the Casino of Montréal / Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux + Provencher Roy Architectes Montreal/Canada
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35 Cool Building Facades Featuring Unconventional Design Strategies. If you like this, you're going to love these designs - TriadCreativeGroup.com
35 Cool Building Facades Featuring Unconventional Design Strategies CELOSIAS PARA AREAS EDUCATIVAS
Architecture we like / facade / Pattern / White / at 35 Cool Building Facades Featuring Unconventional Design Strategies
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Medusa - victor enrich
Frenchfries, French Fries, Art, Buildings, Place, Design, Amazing Architecture
Victor Enrich is a 3D Rendering. Using Photoshop, he turns normal buildings into abnormal works of art. McDonald's french fries inspired? sign just underneath..
French fry building. Impossible Buildings by Victor Enrich - Photographer-Victor Enrich-imagines 1
Repin from Rebekah Trad. This building looks like a container of french fries and then there is the McDonald's sign below. | Repin from Dickson - It's a photorealistic rendering of social commentary by Victor Enrich. This one is the Orchid Hotel of Tel Aviv, either balconies competing for views or french fries from the McDonald's below. Sneaky!
unique building design on fantastic and futuristic 3D architecture illustrations by Victor Enrich #architecture #buildings
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Amazing Architecture | Impossible Architecture – The amazing buildings of Victor Enrich
Surreal apartment building. #Victorenrich #architecture #surrealism
#FrenchFry Designed Building
In architecture, we laud the possible that looks impossible, the mind-bending sensation of looking at endless pools and the tallest skyscrapers. It’s beautiful design, made possible only by the latest science. Victor Enrich is a Spanish photographer who rips all the science from architecture to create surreal and whimsical variations on existing buildings. A tower unzips, a road goes straight up, and multi-story slides protrude from balconies. These buildings cannot possibly exist, but in a sense, they do. THE GOAL IS 'REALISM’ AND HIS BUILDINGS COME OFF AS REMARKABLY AUTHENTIC.“I guess it simply comes from the frustration of not being an architect, or a good architect,” Enrich tells Co.Design. “Since I was a kid I always wanted to be an architect, but actually I had no clue about what it really means to be an architect. This, I understood when it was too late … at the university, studying architecture.” Enrich starts with his own photos of actual places, then he spends a month digitally editing each shot. The goal is “realism,” and by working wholly from real-world building blocks, his buildings come off as remarkably authentic and, often, almost possible. Much of his work is a mere half step from plausible, which makes it so much fun to the eye. “Most architects respect the law 'form follows function’ … my 'buildings’ definitely don’t have an architectonic function … but they DO have other functions …” writes Enrich. That function is, more often than not, sly cultural commentary buried under a layer of Enrich’s sense of humor. He renders the Orchid Hotel of Tel Aviv with sprouting top floors, each in an arms race to have the best view. But, at a more visceral level, you feel like you’re looking at french fries--then look a bit closer, and you’ll spot the McDonald’s near the first floor. Yes, while we’re eating up his art, Enrich is calling all of us fat, along with our supersized cities. “If some day somebody makes buildings the way I paint them, I think that the world will have gone mad,” concedes Enrich. “I have never pretended to make architecture, just photography.” [Hat tip: Dezeen]
Bubble, Facade, Beirut Apartment, Beirut Building, Beirut Lebanon, House, Architecture, Circular Openings, Circular Windows
Amazing. This would probably be a very ugly building without the circular shell applied. With the shell it takes on a very different character. Beirut building with circular openings in facade
Beirut building with circular openings in facade - I'm going to have to see if I can find this next time I visit Lebanon
Beirut building with circular openings in facade by Beirut-based Instagrammer @serjios.
Circular windows. Beirut building with circular openings in facade
Beirut building with circular windows | The House of Beccaria#
Beirut, Lebanon building with circular openings in facade
Beirut building with circular windows #architecture
Beirut apartment building with circular windows
Bubble House, Beirut - Libanon
Nova Sede Galpão Cine Horto
Green Building, Living Wall, Green Walls, Sede Galpão, Green Architecture, Garden
Nova Sede Galpão Cine Horto by FIGURA on Behance #architecture #holiday #astonishing #building
Nova Sede Galpão Cine Horto by FIGURA on Behance / #architecture #structure #design
Nova Sede Galpão Cine Horto Love some of the new green buildings popping up
Nova Sede Galpão Cine Horto, #building #architecture #green #garden
3D /// Nova Sede Galpão Cine Horto on Behance / TechNews24h.com
Nova Sede Galpão Cine Horto por Grupo Horto. Belo Horizonte, MG
Living walls with a difference - Nova Sede Galpão Cine Horto
Nova Sede Galpão Cine Horto / Green wall
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Seed Cathedral’ by Thomas Heatherwick functions as the UK’s pavilion at Expo 2010 in #Architecture #building
BUILDINGS WE LOVE > Seed Cathedral’ by Thomas Heatherwick functions as the UK’s pavilion at Expo 2010 in Shanghai.
Seed Cathedral’ by Thomas Heatherwick functions as the UK’s pavilion at Expo 2010 in Shanghai - Looks like a porcupine! Hard to believe that there is a building somewhere under there, but I love the idea that a builder has unlimited possibilities of what to do to the exterior of their structure. This builder definitely thought outside of the box!
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The UK pavilion at Expo 2010, colloquially known as the Seed Cathedral, was a sculpture structure built by a nine member conglomeration of British business and government resources directed by designer Thomas Heatherwick
Seed Cathedral’ by Thomas Heatherwick #fantastic #office #building #designs What ses koi sa ses weird mais jaime sa hihihi
The Seed Cathedral by Thomas Heatherwick Designed for the UK Pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010. This is the Seed Cube. It is a building with over 60,000 glass spires which pierce the walls and draw light from the outside, in. At the base of the long glass filaments are seeds, and each spire is unique. This means that technically, there are 60,000 different kinds of seeds contained in this building.
Zaha Hadid's first Brazilian building designed for Copacabana Beach.