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Aug 28, 2014 / 105 notes

designboom:

recycled steel bars form modular café interior by penda
all images courtesy of penda

the latticed structure allows a variety of different elements to be inserted, with plant boxes, books, and lights occupying the design. take a look at more photos here.

Aug 28, 2014 / 394 notes

takeovertime:

Home Collection | Such + Such

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Aug 28, 2014 / 5,081 notes

cjwho:

Art meets ARTchitecture In The Concete Penthouse Of Christian And Karen Boros | Photography: Ailine Liefeld

The Bunker This historically significant Second World War building was originally constructed for the German railway company by reinforced concrete, and was used as a shelter to protect travelers who arrived at the Friedrichstrasse Railway station from air raid attacks. Architect Karl Bonatz was commissioned by Nazi Germany the architectural design of The Bunker; the building had a capacity which could shelter up to 3,000 passengers in five floors. Of the original unique characteristics of this historical building were the up to two meter thick walls, as well as the three meter thick concrete roof. The original interior spatial layout has an axially symmetrical layout; while the exterior façade on all four sides is identical – made of raw concrete and accentuated by fine details.

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Aug 21, 2014 / 89 notes

88floors:

Grid system by Ying Chang

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rustige:

perfect feature wall
Aug 21, 2014 / 14,289 notes

rustige:

perfect feature wall

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Aug 21, 2014 / 23,626 notes
archimodels:

© nabila nasir - thesis model - bangladesh - 2012
Jul 23, 2014 / 107 notes

archimodels:

© nabila nasir - thesis model - bangladesh - 2012

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hom-e:

Could sit here on a rainy day and read for hours and hours with a glass of wine and some deli meats and cheeses and a fruit platter… yes. Teasing myself with this idea!
Jul 23, 2014 / 5,287 notes

hom-e:

Could sit here on a rainy day and read for hours and hours with a glass of wine and some deli meats and cheeses and a fruit platter… yes. Teasing myself with this idea!

Jul 21, 2014 / 206 notes

prettyarchitecture:

New Norwegian Opera and Ballet, Oslo, Norway

This landmark building by Snøhetta, who also designed the new Library of Alexandria (2002), is the largest cultural center built in Norway in 700 years. Its sloping stone roof - made up of 36,000 fitted pieces – rises up from the fjord; allowing members of the public, residents and opera goers alike, to walk over the building, developing a relationship with the public structure.

Integral to the 1,000-room interior, which is largely lined with crafted woodwork (using the traditions of Norwegian boat builders), are a number of art commissions interwoven into the structural fabric, including a cloakroom, a collaboration with their 2007 Serpentine Pavilion collaborator Olafur Eliasson.

Photo’s: Bustler

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theblackworkshop:

 
Jul 19, 2014 / 413 notes