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architectureandarts:

" WHATAMI " Lighting installation designed by stARTT, at MAXXI (Zaha Hadid) Complex.

(Fuente: openbuildings.com)

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travelingcolors:

Salinera Las Coloradas | Mexico (by DrCarlosAMG)
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Dear Ingo by Ron Gilands

http://www.moooi.com

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Coleccion de lamparas Belle de nuit de Ladró

http://www.architonic.com/pmsht/belle-de-nuit-lladro/1233803

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kazu721010:

Ceticom / ER Arquitectos . non Arquitectura

kazu721010:

Ceticom / ER Arquitectos . non Arquitectura

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lerelere5:

Autonomous Communities of Spain

Andalucía (provinces: Jaén, Córdoba, Almería, Málaga, Huelva, Granada, Cádiz, Sevilla) 

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Glass house series, Santambrogio Milano, Milan

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Casa IJburg - Marc Koehler Architect

http://www.marckoehler.nl/

(Fuente: tecnohaus.blogspot.mx)

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akizhi:

Model: Vera Estrela 

Designed by: Carla Onishi

Folded by: Akizhi

Units: 30 pieces

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the-gasoline-station:

Geometry Wars
by Manuel Mira Godinho
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(Fuente: avl7)

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rollership:

the Living Staircase from Paul Cocksedge
Every building needs an edible staircase! Graze on luxurious herbs
“The planters on the Living Staircase from Paul Cocksedge will be stocked with herbs and plants, letting employees make fresh tea or add a kick to their lunch. There will be three circular meeting spaces in total, with each one ringed with a wooden bench. Not many designers or architects pay much attention to the function of a staircase. Here’s hoping the Living Staircase inspires creatives to do more with the functionally mundane aspects of architecture.”
http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/living-staircase-from-paul-cocksedge#

rollership:

the Living Staircase from Paul Cocksedge

Every building needs an edible staircase! Graze on luxurious herbs

The planters on the Living Staircase from Paul Cocksedge will be stocked with herbs and plants, letting employees make fresh tea or add a kick to their lunch. There will be three circular meeting spaces in total, with each one ringed with a wooden bench. Not many designers or architects pay much attention to the function of a staircase. Here’s hoping the Living Staircase inspires creatives to do more with the functionally mundane aspects of architecture.”

http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/living-staircase-from-paul-cocksedge#

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