I'm working on a new project for the gallery and it involves using Architectural Graphic Standards. I love organization and all that comes with it so a book of Standards, as in THIS is the way it is done, is right up my alley. Better yet, Architectural Graphic Standards has been around for what seems like forever so getting an old copy has the added pleasure of perusing the crisp but battered edged manila colored pages for beautiful vintage images as well as information. This one made me…
Inhabergeführtes Architekturbüro mit Sitz in München. Schwerpunkte: Wohnungsbau, Einfamilienhäuser, öffentliche und gewerbliche Bauten, Dachausbau und Innenausbau.
Tiles of the unexpected: Mole Architects’ Fijal House
The gable-fronted building in Ely, Cambridgeshire, is a contextual conflation of medieval, Critical Regionalism and Arts and Crafts styles, writes Jay Merrick. Photography Matthew Smith
exhibition hall leading into old chinese town by the 9th institute of architectural design and research
the architects were asked by the government owners of fengqiao town to renovate an ancient part of the village to host the main entrance.
Unika - exclusive water-struck bricks from Randers Tegl
Unika - the most exclusive bricks from Randers Tegl. Take a look at our wide range of water-struck bricks, with many details and colour play.
Gallery of Basisschool Veerkracht / Studio Ard Hoksbergen + Studioninedots - 6
Image 6 of 17 from gallery of Basisschool Veerkracht / Studio Ard Hoksbergen + Studioninedots. Photograph by Milad Pallesh
Projects - Egernsund Tegl
Hortensia House Hortensia House was designed by the architects Mangor & Nagel, and inspired by Functionalism, which was famous for its simple and clear-cut
Gallery of Amaryllis House / Tegnestuen LOKAL + Mangor & Nagel - 3
Image 3 of 24 from gallery of Amaryllis House / Tegnestuen LOKAL + Mangor & Nagel. Photograph by Kristian Lildholdt Hansen
Gallery of Nordbro Complex Student Residences / Arkitema Architects - 14
Image 14 of 22 from gallery of Nordbro Complex Student Residences / Arkitema Architects. Photograph by Jens Lindhe | Arkitema Architects
The Marenta office building is located in an old part of Vilnius called Žvėrynas. It is a distinctive area with private houses and wooden villas, which used to be on the outskirts of the city. As the Marenta building is situated on the crossroads of two main streets, its three-storey volume funct...