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'Pop Rocks: Soft Urban Boulder Field' Installation | Matthew Soules Architecture + AFJD Studio | Vancouver | Un arredo urbano morbido fatto da due materiali reciclati: imballaggi in polistirolo e tessuti di vetro rivestito in teflon.

Gallery of 'Pop Rocks: Soft Urban Boulder Field' Installation / Matthew Soules Architecture + AFJD Studio - 4

'Pop Rocks: Soft Urban Boulder Field' Installation | Matthew Soules Architecture + AFJD Studio | Vancouver | Un arredo urbano morbido fatto da due materiali reciclati: imballaggi in polistirolo e tessuti di vetro rivestito in teflon.

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Press kit | 1819-01 - Press release | The PortHole - TOMA! - team of manufacturers architects - Event + Exhibition - Photo credit: Antonio Nardozzi + María Dolores del Sol Ontalba ©[TOMA!]

Press kit | 1819-01 - Press release | The PortHole - TOMA! - team of manufacturers architects - Event + Exhibition - Photo credit: Antonio Nardozzi + María Dolores del Sol Ontalba ©[TOMA!]

Beijing Energy Conservation Exhibition Highlights: LED lighting and solar energy applications - lighting news- Madeinasia.com

Beijing Energy Conservation Exhibition Highlights: LED lighting and solar energy applications - lighting news- Madeinasia.com

PlayMo is an urban intervention by City Leaks in Melbourne, Australia, that desires to “inspire urban dwellers to explore moments, spaces and places where one can deposit themselves. The challenge is to reconsider how we inhabit and identify ourselves in the cities.”

PlayMo is an urban intervention by City Leaks in Melbourne, Australia, that desires to “inspire urban dwellers to explore moments, spaces and places where one can deposit themselves. The challenge is to reconsider how we inhabit and identify ourselves in the cities.”

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