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Cinque Terre, Italy
Cinqueterre, Bucket List, Cinque Terre, Favorite Places, Color, Places I D, Travel, Space, Italy
Via Photography Blogger: http://on.fb.me/1mE3jEU "Cinque Terre Sunset" by Robert Crum. “My metier is evocative images of nature and travel. I try to capture those magical moments when, in the words of poet Richard Wilbur, ‘the air is awash with angels.’” -Robert Crum Sky and villagers compete for most beautiful color. Result is stunning! #BeutifulNow #Italy
Cinque Terre, Italy #casa #Italia #Italy #places #sea #seashore #CinqueTerre #Liguria #travel #waves #colours
Cinque Terre - #Italy Cities of Color: Vibrant, Colorful Cities of the World #travel @Students Gone Global #vacation
the five cities of cinque terre italy | 10 Vibrant, Colorful Cities of the World ~ Travel And See The World
Heaven: Cinque Terre, Italy I can't wait to visit my grandma's favorite place on earth!
I need to live here...one of my favorite places I've traveled. The Cinque Terre, Italy.
Colorful Coastal Town - Cinque Terre, Italy: Cinqueterre, Buckets Lists, Cinque Terre
Colorful Coastal Town - Cinque Terre, Italy #travel #rebeccajewelry
Favorite Places and Spaces / Italy, I Love You
Photos, Color Inspiration, Blue, Beautifulplaces Photography, Chefchaouen, Colors Vividness, Morocco, Barvičky Colours
Chefchaouen, Morocco #patternpod #travel #beautifulplaces #photography
https://flic.kr/p/5HwBqh | Brown, green, blue | ChefChaouen, Morocco
Chefchaouen, Morocco...obsessed w/ everything Moroccan!
Coloured brick and steps in Chefchaouen, Morocco.
Chefchaouen, Morocco # Pin++ for Pinterest #
painted moroccan brick Chefchaouen, Morocco
Chefchaouen, Morocco - one of my favorites.
Marocco, Chefchaouen. Brown, green, blue.
photo by Roy Cheung
Rainbow Buildings, Matthias Heiderich, Rainbows, City Photography, Heart Color, Color Berlin, Spaces Berlin, Berlino Colorata
Una Berlino colorata, geometrica e minimalista quella raccontata dai (bellissimi) scatti di Matthias Heiderich.
Matthias Heiderich, Color Berlin #2 series. Sorry, I'm freakin obsessed with his works. And with his music tastes too *__* (massju on last.fm)
Color Berlin 2 by Matthias Heiderich, via Behance
Colour Berlin 1 by Matthias Heiderich
Color Berlin 2 on the Behance Network
Rainbow Buildings in Berlin
Matthias Heiderich. Rainbow
Fun rainbow building
Black & white are the safe choices in the design world. The colour of luxury is elegant and subdued. Yet, at the same time, even top-tier designers, artists and luxury brands have always used bright colours as well. It is not about either or. It is not black-and-white or color. Just try telling those who love Dale Chihuly’s art, Versace interiors, Karim Rashid’s Corian eco-house or Renzo Piano’s Central St Giles facades in London that the “designer look” is always predominantly black and white.
Facades, Yamaha Building, Japan, Facade, Tokyo, Nikken Sekkei, Architecture, Yamaha Ginza, Design
Yamaha Building | Ginza (銀座), Chūō Ward (中央区), Tokyo (東京), Japan (日本) | Architects: Nikken Sekkei LTD / HOZUMA CHINO+HIROYUKI SHIRAI+TAKEYOSHI SUZUKI
Yamaha Ginza Architects: Nikken Sekkei LTD / HOZUMA CHINO+HIROYUKI SHIRAI+TAKEYOSHI SUZUKI Location: Tokyo,
Yamaha Ginza Architects: Nikken Sekkei LTD / HOZUMA CHINO+HIROYUKI SHIRAI+TAKEYOSHI SUZUKI Location: Tokyo, Japan Project year: 2006 – 2010
UMMMM. a bit chaotic, if the neighbor buildings had a very simple facade this could be very different but now just added to the disorganization in my idea. Yamaha Corporation (Ginza, Tokyo, Japan) by Nikken Sekkei.
Architects: Nikken Sekkei LTD / HOZUMA CHINO+HIROYUKI SHIRAI+TAKEYOSHI SUZUKI Location: Tokyo, Japan Client: Yamaha Corporation Project area: 635
Yamaha building, Ginza, Tokyo, Japan, 2010, photograph by Nikken Sekkei, Ltd. (photographer unattributed).
Yamaha Corporation (Ginza, Tokyo, Japan) by Nikken Sekkei. Cool mosaic façade.
Yamaha Ginza, Japan, designed by Nikken Sekkei Ltd. #architecture #facade
Yamaha Ginza / Nikken Sekkei - Tokyo, Japan
Rolling Bridge. Thomas Heatherwick
Rollingbridge, Thomas Heatherwick, London, Architecture, Bridges, Design
rollingbridge, Built to let canal boats pass, The rolling bridge unfurls every day at noon, London, England
The Rolling Bridge A type of movable bridge at Paddington Basin, London. It is more accurately described as "curling". It was conceived by British designer Thomas Heatherwick, designed by SKM Anthony Hunt & Packman Lucas. Built by Littlehampton Welding Ltd. Hydraulic design and development by Primary Fluid Power Ltd in the North West. Completed in 2004
'Rolling Bridge', a pedestrian bridge spanning an inlet of the Grand Union Canal at Paddington Basin, London. Designed by Heatherwick studio, 2004. The bridge curls back to allow access for boats moored in the inlet.
Rolling Bridge, Paddington Basin, London - Heatherwick Studio: Designing the Extraordinary at the V museum
UK-based design firm Heatherwick Studio created this 39-foot timber and steel bridge in 2004 to act as a walkway over a small section of London’s Grand Union Canal. #narrowboat #holidays #vacation #boat #trips #canal #trip #bridges #aqueducts #architecture
The Rolling Bridge, located on the Paddington Basin in London, was created by Thomas Heatherwick. It is twelve meters long and opens every Friday at noon. Rather than a conventional opening bridge mechanism, consisting of a single rigid element that lifts to let boats pass, the Rolling Bridge gets out of the way by curling up until its two ends touch.
This award winning rolling bridge is situated in Paddington Basin, London and was designed by Heatherwick Studio. The unique feature of the Rolling Bridge is that it curls up until its two ends touch. In its horizontal position, it is a normal timber and steel footbridge. The bridge is about 12 metres long.
Heatherwick Studio: Designing The Extraordinary - Rolling Bridge, Paddington Basin, London, UK 2004
Thomas Heatherwick architectural projects: Rolling bridge in London