Urban Landscape Design
Urban Landscape Design
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False info: "Crystal Cave, Iceland" ... via kim: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/406379566346625073/ || That place is not in Iceland. It is Wansheng Stone Forest, Yunnan, China. -- https://www.pinterest.com/pin/5277724538533831/ -- https://www.flickr.com/photos/konrad_shek/5114094265/
Bucket List, Dream, Crystal Caves, Travel, Places, Wansheng Stone, Stepping Stones
Wansheng Stone Forest, China #asia #china #south #east #travelling #world #sightseeing #sights #tips #visiting #beautiful #places
Now that is a child's dream! Hopping from one stone to the next. #travel #travelwithLiz #stones #river #games
Wansheng Stone Forest, Chongqing, China The only experience I had in China was 2 days in the Beijing airport. It was hell, everything about it. Despite my solemn promise to myself to never again be on Chinese soil I have to admit that the country has some pretty amazing places..
Crystal Cave, Iceland #iceland #travel #place #space #wander #wanderlust
crystal cave | iceland #photography #landscape #travel #places #views
Crystal Cave, Iceland. Will add to my travel bucket list.
Zen pathway. Wansheng Stone Forest, Yunnan, China
stepping stones. -crystal cave, iceland.
Andreas Gursky, Photos, Inspiration, Pattern, Art, Bahrain, Landscape, Photography
Andreas Gursky photo of Bahrain. - I've always loved the abstract shapes landscapes turn into when viewed from above
#Landscapeart - 'Bahrain' by Andreas Gursky, 2005 305 x 221.5 cm Source : http://www.designboom.com/art/andreas-gursky-at-the-national-art-center-in-tokyo/ #onlineartgallery - #contemporaryart - #artphotography - contemporary art - online art gallery - landscape art
Andreas Gursky, art, exhibition, photography, Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf, Germany, landscape, large format
Bahrain by Andreas Gursky. This shows disorder in roads on a mountain. I think this photo is intersting because of the disorder in lines in the roads cascading over the hills
Andreas Gursky – Bahrain I, (2005), Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf Photos created starting from satellite images and complexly layered landscapes, bordering on the surreal. This process is usual for him: “It is not pure photography, what I do,” Gursky describes his own work. “All my works are based on a direct visual experience from which I develop a pictorial idea, and after that, there’s a studio testing to prove their plausibility, and finally they’re worked out with the help of a computer.”
Andreas Gursky photo of Bahrain. Textile inspiration.
Andreas Gursky photo of Bahrain | #landscapes #art
Halloween Decorations, Craft, Yard, Halloweenideas, Chicken Wire, Ghosts, Holidays, Halloween Party, Halloween Ideas
Awesome Halloween Ideas: Ghostly DIY Need Chicken Wire. very intricate. #campandscare #camping #Halloween #halloweenideas
cute Halloween ideas -- chicken wire in the yard + glow in the dark paint = ghosts in the front yard. So cool! Crafts
Cute Halloween ideas -- chicken wire in the yard + glow in the dark paint = ghosts in the front yard. ( If I was to ever have an all out halloween party!)
Halloween ideas -- chicken wire in the yard + glow in the dark paint = ghosts in the front yard. #Halloween #Decor #Decorations #Ideas #Holidays
Not really a Halloween decorator but this idea could be used for many events, way cool. DIY: Halloween ideas -- chicken wire in the yard + glow in the dark paint = ghosts in the front yard. (this was just too cool not to repin)
this just reminds me of how awesome our house was during the holidays; cute Halloween ideas -- chicken wire in the yard + glow in the dark paint = ghosts in the front yard.
DIY: Halloween ideas -- chicken wire in the yard + glow in the dark paint = ghosts I'm not much of a Halloween decorator so can't imagine doing this but they are so cool!
DIY: Halloween ideas -- chicken wire in the yard + glow in the dark paint = ghosts in the front yard. (this was just too cool not to repin) @Annie Compean Knudtson Morton made me think of your love for Halloween decor!
Olson Kundig, "The Pierre" in San Juan Islands. Modern organic. Love it.
Olson Kundig, Kundig Architects, Olsonkundig, San Juan Islands, Stone, Rock, Architecture, Concrete House, Design
Kundig Architects, The Rocks, Green Roof, San Juan Islands, Architecture, Olson Kundig, Concrete House, Design, Stones House
The Pierre by Olson Kundig Architects | Architecture Inspirations | This minimalistic concrete retreat nestled into a rock designed by Olson Kundig Architects is located on the island of San Juan in the state of Washington.
2012 AIA Housing Awards for Architecture: One and Two Family Custom Residences- The Pierre in San Juan Islands, Washington; designed by Olson Kundig Architects
Designspiration — The Pierre, San Juan Islands design by Olson Kundig Architects - Architecture Design – Residential Building, Commercial Building, Public Buildings.
"The Pierre" concrete house in San Juan Islands, Washington, designed by Olson Kundig Architects.
The Pierre Home, San Juan Islands, WA - Approach this house from the rear and you won't see anything but a mossy outcropping. A closer look, though, reveals a 2,200-square-foot glass-fronted home that looks over the Pacific Ocean. Designed by Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects, the Washington state home was built into rock. Most of the living space is submerged beneath the earth. A wide-open terrace with sweeping views of water life including sea lions and killer whales.
We'll start with The Pierre, a residence in the San Juan Islands, designed by Olson Kundig Architects of Seattle. According to a project writeup: "The Pierre, French word for 'stone,' is a 2,500-square-foot residence inspired by the owner’s affection for a stone outcropping on her property and the views from the site. Conceived as a bunker nestled into the rock, from certain angles the house – with its rough materials, green roof, and surrounding lush foliage – almost disappears into ...
The Pierre, San Juan Islands design by Olson Kundig Architects - Architecture Design
Architects: mlzd Location: Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland Surface Area: 370 sqm (old buildings 290 sqm, new building 80 sqm) Floor Space: 990 sqm (old buildings 820 sqm, new building 170 sqm) Façade of New Building: 200 sqm Costs of Construction (including exhib2ition): CHF 5.8 million Photographs: Courtesy of mlzd
Extension, Building, Museums, Facade, Rapperswil Jona Municipal, Architecture, Design
rapperswil-jona municipal museum extension by #:mlzd #bronze #brass #golden #perforated #metal #facade
Rapperswil-Jona Municipal Museum, Switzerland. Designed in 2007 by Mlzd Architects (Swiss) to connect the medieval buildings of the former Heritage Museum --like part of an alien space craft that crashed and was stuck between two buildings.
Rapperswil-Jona Municipal Museum, Switzerland. Designed in 2007 by Mlzd Architects (Swiss) to connect the medieval buildings of the former Heritage Museum
FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestVKontaktePrintE-mail The Janus Project, holding true to the god who provides its namesake, creates new face for the Rapperswil-Jona Municipal Museum while maintaining and remaining reverent to the ancient buildings with whom it shares a site. The design, a work of :mlzd Architects, was the winner of the 2007 competition which was held for the …
Rapperswil-Jona Municipal Museum, Switzerland. Designed in 2007 by Mlzd Architects (Swiss) to connect Medieval Buildings of the former Heritage Museum. http://www.thefoxisblack.com/2012/05/15/mldzs-deconstructed-gold-pegboard-is-actually-a-museum/
Hundreds of circular holes puncture a faceted bronze extension to a fortified museum in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland. Gold. Building. Architecture. Design.
<3 <3 Bronze facade on an extension of Stadtmuseum Rapperswil-Jona in Rapperswil, Switzerland. Designed by :mlzd architects.
The impressive #architecture of the #museum of #rapperswil -jona in #Switzerland designed by Swiss studio :mlzd (Photo by Dominique Wehrli)
Architecture: rapperswil jona municipal museum extension
Auditorium in Leon
Lion, Auditorium, Window, Pattern, Tunon Architects, Auditorium, Design
windows -- this would make a cool quilt pattern -- modern attic windows -- maybe with pictures -- fun!
Auditorio de León by Jorge Meijide, 2007 The León Auditorium was designed by Spanish architects Mansilla + Tuñón.
Auditorium in Lyon, Spain. By Mansilla + Tunon Architects. Beautiful use of #concrete and #angles. #architecture #design
Inspiration: Auditorium in Lyon, Spain. By Mansilla + Tunon Architects. Beautiful use of concrete and angles. #design #interiordesign @TerezaPregoD inspirations
Auditorium by Mansilla + Tunon Architects (Leon, Spain - 2002) (Source: Log Architecture) #facade
Auditorium in Leon, Spain. Designed by Mansilla + Tunon Architects. Completed in 2002.
Auditorium in Leon, Spain by Mansilla + Tunon Architects photo by jmeijide
Windows. Auditorio de León . Mansilla y Tuñón . 2001 - The Black Workshop
the window. Auditorium in Leon, Spain by Mansilla + Tunon Architects
Interior, Hong Kong, Konzepp Store, Hongkong, Concept Store, Retail Design, Architecture, Store Front
Konzepp Store Unique Design, store design, unique store design, shop design, unique shop design, interior, interior design, architecture
(entrance) Walk down some steps into a nondescript alleyway in Hong Kong and you might just be shocked to find this bold, visually engaging storefront standing out in a sea of gray concrete. Hong Kong’s new concept store, Konzepp, is a fun gift and gadget shop that reflects its wares with its eye-catching modern design.
Assymetrical Yellow Konzepp Store in Hong Kong - Inspired by the classic yellow ‘happy face’, the design of the new Konzepp store front in Hong Kong is definitely one-of-a-kind.
Konzepp store front in Hong Kong. I love how it bursts out of the wall... Designer: Geoff Tsui | Want to see more interior design inspirations? | More at http://interiordesignshop.net/ | #luxury #luxurylife #lifestyle #interiors #decor #decoration #howto
Assymetrical Yellow Konzepp Store in Hong Kong - Inspired by the classic yellow ‘happy face’, the design of the new Konzepp store front in Hong Kong is definitely one-of-a-kind. Konzepp is a shop filled with unique gadgets and gifts that are much like its exterior bold and modern appearance. Enpundit - via http://bit.ly/epinner
Hong Kong's Konzepp store sells mags, cute must-have love-things and a recent mens underwear collection. If you search concept store on Pinterest, this store comes up about 100 times. For a reason...
Inspired by the classic yellow ‘happy face’, the design of the new Konzepp store front in Hong Kong is definitely one-of-a-kind. Konzepp is a shop filled with unique gadgets and gifts that are much like its exterior bold and modern appearance. The ground level property was once quite hidden amongst a sea of gray, but not anymore with this eye-catching design by multi-disciplinary designer Geoff Tsui.
Konzepp Store Unique Design, Hongkong | inspiring retail and store designs
Konzepp retail design / knstrct / Forma y color!
Narrow House, Bassam El-Okeily
Interior Design, Facade, Narrow House, Belgium, Architecture, Space, Light
Designed by Brussels-based architect Bassam El Okeily in collaboration with Karla Menten, the 'Narrow House' is a minimal three-story residence with a unique facade located in Bilzen, Belgium
Biltzen, Belgium... This modern urban house was designed by Bassam el Okeily and Karl Menten in Biltzen, Belgium #architecture #belgium #house
Bilzen, Belgium, Narrow House stands out with a display-box-like facade that houses sculptural balconies. Brussels-based architect Bassam El-Okeily collaborated with fellow Belgian architect Karla Menten
Narrow House, located in the small city of Bilzen in Limburg, is a wonderful collaborative design between the architects Bassam El Okeily and Karla Menten.
Illusion: “The Narrow House” is a unique architectural design by Bassam El-Okeily. It is like living in a modern art museum, plus welcoming voyeurs. Notes about project (retrieved from Dailytonic): This curious house located in Bilzen, a small city in the northeast of Belgium is the first building designed by the Egypt born and Brussels based [...]. http://illusion.scene360.com/design/9829/the-light-sculptured-house/
Narrow house in Bilzen , Belgium by the architects Bassam El Okeily and Karla Menten.
The Narrow House, Bilzen, 2007 http://bit.ly/wTvghD #archilovers #architecture #light
facade house Purple lighting – home architecture & interior design
The Narrow House, Bilzen, 2007 #archilovers #architecture #light
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Colour, Inspiration, Colors, Art, Cloud, Photography, Neon Yellow
Neon Yellow fluffy delights #yellow #fluffy #tassel #neon #art #interior #inspiration
Neon smoke art install --- add color to a white world for spring
Neon smoke art install #colorplay #colorful #Sewcratic
SERIOUS COLOR CRUSHING - NEON YELLOW #watg #loves
#BFneonweek ~COLOR CRUSHING - NEON YELLOW
Neon Yellow Smoke Cloud by Pascual Sisto
Neon Yellow Smoke Cloud
Bold Colour Cloud
Invasion Verde, or Green Invasion, is an installation by architects Genaro Alva, Denise Ampuero, Gloria Andrea Rojas and industrial designer Claudia Ampuero, created as part of Gran Semana de Lima - also known as Lima's Great Week Read more: Pop-Up Green Park Invades the City of Lima, Peru | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building
Idea, Public Spaces, Urban Design, Landscape Architecture, Peru, Green, Invasion Verde, Place, Genaro Alva
Peru: Invasion Verde, installed 2010. This public park in Lima was created in the middle of the the city, and incorporates recycled tires for planters and a children’s playground. A few rolling hills and grass-cushioned benches complete Lima’s urban public garden. amazing spaces and places. architecture and design brilliance
Pop-Up Green Park in the City of Lima, Peru. An installation by architects Genaro Alva, Denise Ampuero, Gloria Andrea Rojas and industrial designer Claudia Ampuero, created as part of Gran Semana de Lima. by Landscape Architects Network
Lima, Peru: public green space called "Invasion Verde". There's a pin going around saying it's in Barcelona (Spain), but it's not. ofitial site: www.plataformaarquitectura.cl
Is this too inviting, charming, whimsical or what? 'Green invasion' photo of Centro Abierto, Lima, Peru by Genaro Alva. via justarchtecture | ysvoice | keynine .
I totally had this idea for an urban design projectso awesome to see it implemented in real life (Lima Peru) - Via : http://ift.tt/1O0v4K9 - smartnews.urba.info
Rethinking green public spaces in Lima, Peru.
Photo, exterior, stair and ramp · Robson Square · Vancouver, British Columbia
Idea, Accessible Stair, Stairs, Wheelchair, Staircase, Architecture, Design, Ramp
Stairs with an integral wheelchair ramp at Robson Square in Vancouver Designed by Canadian Architect Arthur C. Erickson---Super smart
Robson Square · Vancouver, British Columbia "With disabled people in mind this architect designed the most awesome stairs with full wheelchair access! It is the perfect set up and most likely the future of staircases."
Wheelchair Accessible Stairs in Brussels, Belgium #Design #Architecture pic.twitter.com/7sMkedOhmO #a11y
Robson Square · Vancouver, British Columbia. With disabled people in mind this architect designed the most awesome stairs with full wheelchair access! It is the perfect set up and most likely the future of staircases. With 1000s of tour operators to choose from, plan a stress-free vacation at https://tigsee.com
“@Regina_Kenney: Wheelchair Accessible Stairs in Brussels, Belgium #Design #Architecture pic.twitter.com/qWrXfm6yGp” @BrutalHouse
design Equality Stairs Opinion vancouver landscape architecture Cornelia Oberlander barrier free design diability wheelchair ramp
Robson Square Vancouver.. Neat design of stairs with the incorporation of a wheelchair access ramp
Wheelchair Accessible Stair design! #cool #architecture #design
i really admire the design of these stairs and how they incorporate a wheelchair access ramp. in a world were barrier free design is essential to living a full and happy life, its amazing to see architect Arthur Erickson and landscape architect Cornelia Oberlander hava taken literal steps to design stairs AROUND a ramp, instead of the other way around. RE: in response to amount of discussion ive been getting with this photo, id like to put my opinion in the mix, as some people have been getting quiet upset about this. for those of you who arent studying architecture, the inclusion of barrier free design in modern architecture and civil projects has been a very positive addition. with a large portion of north america’s population entering their elderly age, the need for barrier free entrances, exits, pathways and vertical elevation devices is a must, and it makes sense. there are a few people who have negatively commented that perhaps the ramp is a a little too steep, that including the ramp in the middle of the stairs is degrading to a person with a disability and that these citizens are “getting in the way” of able-bodied people, who are walking up the stairs. i am very glad this design has brought up these issues, and it only continues to prove that there are still kinks to work out in barrier free design. my take: after analyzing the picture, i have discovered 2 things: 1. as i live in Ontario, Canada, i will reference the Ontario Building Code: “barrier free ramps” are allowed a maximum slope of 1:12 (4.7 degree slope). my best guess from the stairs in this picture, there is a 1:2 (26.5 degree slope). that being said, this stair design is in Vancouver, British Columbia and doesnt follow the Ontario Building Code. fortunately, BC does have a similar building code, and the 26 degree slope makes this a non-barrier free ramp. on the other hand though, there was no mention of this ramp even being built to barrier free standards, BUT persons with wheelchair-required disables could still find this ramp useful if used with an able-bodied care taker. 2. my response to the idea that the ramp degrades disabled persons since they are crossing the path of able-bodied, and have a longer route, is the exact OPPOSITE. please think to yourself the last time you noticed a barrier free ramp that was one of the main entrance ways, and not off to the side, away from the main set of stairs. the idea of this design was to incorporate the ramp into the stairs, thereby giving respect to the disabled persons, and combining both entrances into a single, equal entrance. i strongly believe this is a fantastic way of viewing society as one group of people with different needs, rather than separate groups with different abilities. thanks for your time guys, i appreciate the feedback. let me know what your take on it is :)
Hostel La Buena Vida, ARCO Architectura Contemporanea. Mexico.