Natural History Museum of Utah / Ennead Architects

Gallery of Natural History Museum of Utah / Ennead Architects - 23

Detail of copper on the exterior of the Natural History Museum of Utah / Ennead Architects / photo Ben Lowry

Casa a Morchiuso

Morchiuso (CO), Italia Casa a Morchiuso Marco Castelletti, Patrizia Viganò - you could also do a roofing type pattern that repeats in 5

Architecture pattern wall

Rod Monkey, Zig Zag Zeeburg The wonderful facade of the block of flats known as Hoop, Liefde en Fortuin (Hope, Love and Fortune - 3 windmills which used to stand in this location) in the district of Zeeburg, Amsterdam.

Dragon Skin Pavilion in Kowloon Park, Hong Kong by Emmi Keskisarja, Pekka Tynkkynen & LEAD

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

Folkwang Library

Gallery of Folkwang Library / Max Dudler - 8

VitraHaus by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron, which has opened at the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein, Germany.

Love the idea of 'stacking' volumes to create unexpected spaces and views.(Stacking architecture design, Vitrahaus by Herzog & de Meuron

Platform of Arts and Creativity / Pitágoras Arquitectos

International Centre for the Arts Jose de Guimarães by Pitagoras Arquitectos. Shimmering brass walls surround this arts centre that Portuguese firm Pitagoras Arquitectos have just completed in Guimarães.


GC Prostho Museum Research Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates via Photo by Daici Ano architecture environments architecture masterpiece


Eine individuelle Lochung wurde bei dieser Fassade eines spanischen Museums genutzt: Ampliación del Museo de San Telmo / Expansion for the San Telmo Museum, Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos/Architects (Plaza de Zuloaga, San Sebastián, España/Spain)

Lanxi Curtilage by Archi Union Architects | Yellowtrace.

Brickwork Architecture and Design.

The Lanxi Curtilage, International Intangible Cultural Heritage Park, Chengdu, China designed by Archi Union Architects Inc and photographed.

Flagshipstore, Tokio, Japan, Office for Metropolitan Architecture

Coach brand hired NY-based OMA to design their brand new flagship store in Tokyo, Japan. Taking up the first two floors of the building, the store has a prominent corner location so the facade was key to the design.