Camins Al Grao, Valenza - Valencia, Spain

Camins Al Grao, Valenza - Valencia, Spain Hemispheric and Queen Sofia’s Opera house building - It opened on 8 October designed by the Valencia-born architect Santiago Calatrava.

Systems / Layers III on Behance

Systems / Layers III on Behance

Valencia Opera House, Spain © José Miguel Hernández Hernández

Vereed tone blue, Valencia Opera House, City of the Arts and the Sciences of Valencia, Spain, by jmhdezhdez (Very important see description and the note¡¡¡)

The Metropol Parasol in Seville, Spain, Version Voyages; coffrets cadeaux, billets d'avion

The Metropol Parasol in Seville, Spain, by Jurgen Mayer H. Architects, is the world's largest wooden structure. The views of Sevilla were gorgeous. And there are Roman ruins underneath!

Valencia Spain, Buildings

Tod's Store in Tokyo, Japan by Toyo Ito

Then you should head over to Tod’s, an Italian footwear retailer, on Tokyo’s Ometesando boulevard. At the very least, act like you’re shopping while taking in the grandeur of its ornate facade that branches out like a concrete tree, covering and supportin

Santiago Calatrava's Denver International Airport Terminal project model

Yesterday, Santiago Calatrava offered up his design for the new rail station and hotel for the Denver International Airport as part of their South Terminal Redevelopment Program.

Pforzheim Central Bus Station / Metaraum

Swooping shell-like roofs provide shelter at Pforzheim Central Bus Station