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TrendWatch : 3D Printed Fashion Collection

3D printed fashion! Technology is awesome... designed by noa raviv graduate collection19

Art Deco Pool, La Piscine, Lille, La Piscine, a splendid Art Deco building in Roubaix, part of greater Lille, houses the Musée d’Art et d’Industrie. It’s one of the most exciting surprises in the Nord region, housing an impressive collection of 19th- and 20th-century art.

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Inspired By - Antique, Vintage, One of a Kind

Inspired By - Antique, Vintage, One of a Kind — Providence Design

Kayseri Ice Ring by Bahadir Kul Architects:

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Строгановский дворец / Stroganov Palace

RUSSIAN MANORS ~ Palace of Count Pavel Stroganov, Oberschenk and collectioner, sponsor and count during the era of Nikolay II. The Yellow Drawing Room of Stroganovs Palace, the 19th century ~

archisketchbook - architecture-sketchbook, a pool of architecture drawings, models and ideas - drawingarchitecture: Gauthier Durey, ‘Landscape...

Brutalism in Ruins: Exploring Casa Sperimentale, Italy’s Lost Architectural Relic - Architizer


The 20 most interesting and beautiful bookstores of the world

In crimson, one of the most dramatic stairways on Earth. Enjoy RushWorld boards, STAIRWAYS TO HEAVEN, DOORS TO DIE FOR and EYE CANDY ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECES. See you at RushWorld! New content daily, always something you'll love!

zac boucicaut - lot c housing + cinema complex - paris - michel guthmann - photo takuji shimmura

Art Nouveau Architecture | art nouveau was a movement that encompassed more than visual art ...

As far back as the 18th century, people have been fascinated with ruins as picturesque compositions, but our collective obsession with the shells of forgotte...

Raise a glass to this LEGO brewery

This stunningly beautiful window surrounded by swirls of cob looks out over the banks of a small stream in Somerset, England where the local dialect still has remnants of the Anglo-Saxon language. You can see more pictures of this home and read about building with cob at