Kivik Pavilion by David Chipperfield Architects and artist Antony Gormley    Formed of three interlocked volumes, ‘The Cave’, ‘The Stage’ and ‘The Tower’, the pavilion offers three different ways of experiencing nature and landscapes.

Kivik Pavilion by David Chipperfield Architects & artist Antony Gormley - ‘Cave’ ‘Stage’ & ‘Tower’ - different ways of experiencing landscapes via three interlocking volumes

U-House / Hsuyuan Kuo Architects & Associates | ArchDaily

U-House / Hsuyuan Kuo Architecture

Bechter Zaffignani Architekten, Rasmus Norlander · Tiwag Power Station Control Centre & Visitor Centre, SILZ, Austria

Bechter Zaffignani - KWB hydropower control center, Tirol Brutalism is alive and well. Via, photos © Rasmus Norlander.

Expo Milán 2015: OBA revela el diseño para el Pabellón Tailandés.

Expo Milán 2015: OBA revela el diseño para el Pabellón Tailandés

Winning Design of Thai Pavilion for 2015 Milan Expo, been awarded to The Office of Bangkok Architects (OBA), informal identity as the

Geurrero House, designed by Alberto Campo Baeza, is a rectangular masterpiece built in Cadiz, Spain. The home is approximately 170 square meters and is situated on a sun-bathed lowland plain.

VDVT House by Atelier Boetzkes

aussichtsturm nebra by thost, via Flickr

enochliew: “ Nebra Observation Tower by Holzer Kobler Architekturen Divided by a vertical crevice extending over its full height to mark the summer solstice, functioning as a solar calendar.

Gallery - Headquarters for Santa Fe Architects Association / Gabriel Biagioni, José Giolongo, Javier Mendiondo, Sergio Pecorari, Luis Pessoni, Ramiro Piva - 1

Gallery of Headquarters for Santa Fe Architects Association / Gabriel Biagioni, José Giolongo, Javier Mendiondo, Sergio Pecorari, Luis Pessoni, Ramiro Piva - 1

© Federico Cairoli Architects: Headquarters for Santa Fe Architects Association Location: Santa Fe, Argentina

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That's how civil engineers think.

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