Botanical Garden (Jardin Botanico) in Medellin, Colombia, by Plan B Arquitectos and JPRCR Arquitectos

Train station Oriente, Lisbon, Portugal - Calatrava project

The Construction of a Orchideorama should come up of the relation between architecture and the living organisms. It should not make any distinction between natural and artificial, on the contrary, it should accept them as a unity that allows architecture to be conceived as a material, spatial, environmental organization that is deeply related to the processes of life.



Architect Visit: Serpentine Pavillion by SANAA : Remodelista

Asmacati Shopping Center / Tabanlioglu Architects - © Thomas Mayer

Japanese simplicity and South American Architect Simón Vélez, made with chinese Bamboo in China

{ Create shelter that also serves as a water collection system for brown water use. } WestendGate by Just Burgeff architekten + a3lab. #architecture #design #urbandesign #urbanplanning

Medellin, Colombia, Plan B Architects, Orquideorama, sustainable wood, responsibly managed forests, cellular architecture, botanical garden, Jardín Botánico de Medellí, Felipe Mesa, Alexander Bernal, Orquideorama2

Some renderings of the Swiss Pavilion from 2000 by Peter Zumthor, Hanover Germany. The structure no longer exists.

Centre Pompidou-Metz (2010) Metz, France. Shigeru Ban Architects.

Museo Mecenat / naf architect & design

Diamond House by Alan Tay of Formwerkz Architects, Singapore #exclusive

Metropol Parasol | Sevilla, Spain

Regionalismo - Orquideorama / Plan B Architects + JPRCR Architects

"Norwegian Wood Roof Lantern" Pavillion and public space in Langgata, Sandnes, Norway Architect: AWP

David Adjaye. Pavilion for the London Design Festival (2008). #wood

industrialist: Kokoro Shelter FireFighter’s House by Tokyo-based architect Masaharu Takasaki