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Metropol Parasol - Sevilla, España

Metropol Parasol de la Encarnación, en Sevilla

Canopy design. - Architects: Digital Architectural Lab (DAL) | Location: Changsha Hunan, China | Collaborators: Gehry Technologies (Beijing) Co., Ltd, Free sky Interior Design & Decoration Co., Ltd | Project Year: 2011 | Photographs: Courtesy of Digital Architectural Lab (DAL)

Architects: Digital Architectural Lab (DAL)Location: Changsha Hunan, ChinaCollaborators: Gehry Technologies (Beijing) Co., Ltd, Free sky Interior Design Decoration Co., LtdProject Year: Courtesy of Digital Architectural Lab (DAL)

The Dragon Skin Pavilion, a collaboration between the Laboratory for Explorative Architecture and Design (LEAD), a Hong Kong- and Antwerp-based firm, and the Tampere University of Technology in Finland

Watch: A “Dragon Skin” Pavilion Made Of Hi-Tech Bent Wood

Dragon Skin Pavilion - Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture - Laboratory for Explorative Architecture and Design (LEAD)

Toyo Ito - Barcelona by Guillem Camps Alejandro: Fachada de un hotel en roja llamativa y de bonito diseño en espiral.

Toyo Ito - Barcelona by Guillem Camps Alejandro: Fachada de un hotel en roja…

Arcaid Images unveils shortlist for best architecture photograph of 2017

Arcaid Images unveils shortlist for best architecture photograph of 2017

Best Ideas For Architecture and Modern Design : – Picture : – Description A bright white canopy undulates above the glazed walls of this chapel outside Cape Town, framing views right through it to scenic mountains, vineyards and pomegranate orchards.

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 supporting its six floors of overpriced loafers. In creating the shop, the architects had but 33 feet of street frontage to grab shoppers’ attentions with, opting to partially conceal and entice the public with a kind of concrete lingerie.

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

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