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    Tree climbs up through triangular concrete balcony of a Tea House in Shanghai, China. Designed by Archi-Union.

    Shanghai architects Archi-Union created a triangular first-floor balcony to project from this facade and wrap around the branches of an existing tree. Plans are so irregular and contorted that they can not be read on a regular architectural blueprint. The twisting shape was designed by scripting in Grasshopper an algorithmic plug-in for Rhino.

    Tea House by Archi-Union...Concrete walls twist up through the interior of this tea house and library that Shanghai architects Archi-Union have constructed in the backyard of their studio.

    Tea House by Archi-Union Architects

    The Tea House by Archi-Union. The Tea House, located in the backyard of Archi-Union’s J-office, is constructed from the salvaged parts of the original warehouse’s collapsed roof. The design tries to embody harmony by integrating enclosure and openness, delightful space and logical construction and other complicated relations.

    Seemingly a very simple and straight-forward design, however the complexity of it is truly impressive (thetestvein: Scales)

    The beauty of an unadorned concrete wall. The traces of its genesis still visible on its surface. A canvas for the play of light and shadow. A noble material.

    Yet another example of bringing the outdoors into your bathroom. by Frederico Valsassina Arquitecto

    concrete and gold | Martin Boyce