Gallery of The Nolitan / Grzywinski+Pons - 14
Image 14 of 16 from gallery of The Nolitan / Grzywinski+Pons. Photograph by Floto + Warner
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Sol 25 / Proyecto Cafeína
Completed in 2014 in Cholula de Rivadavia (San Pedro Cholula), Mexico. Images by Patrick López Jaimes . Sol 25 is a single family house in San Pedro Cholula Puebla, Mexico. It is located in a residential subdivision on the outskirts of the city,...
Gallery of Brick House / Ventura Virzi arquitectos - 10
Image 10 of 17 from gallery of Brick House / Ventura Virzi arquitectos. Courtesy of Ventura Vizi
Coach Flagship Store in Tokyo by OMA
The new Coach Tokyo store facade is made up of 210 stacked glass boxes that form a herringbone pattern, but looks like a giant game of Tetris!
Architect Day: Richard Meier
Richard Meier's work is easily recognized in most cases by the use of white and its uses. He established his own pattern of work, which today serves as the inspiration for great architects, forming a school of his architecture. Photos from richardmeier.com.
Stacking green / VTN Architects
Whoever wanders around Saigon, a chaotic city with the highest density of population in the world, can easily find flower-pots crampped and displayed...
This building facade is covered in decorative panels made from concrete
The facade of this building in France is covered in decorative concrete panels inspired by a pattern found on bank notes.
Architect: Steven Holl Architects Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands taken in 2012. www.stevenholl.com/project-detail.php?id=41&worldmap=... architectureframed.blogspot.com/
Slip House / Carl Turner Architects
Completed in 2012 in London, United Kingdom. Images by Tim Crocker. Occupying one of four plots forming a gap in a typical Brixton terrace, Slip House constitutes a new prototype for adaptable terraced housing. Three...
Ghost-like Architecture by Shingo Masuda and Katsuhisa Otsubo Architects | Dezeen
Japanese architects Shingo Masuda and Katsuhisa Otsubo have installed mesh screens at the boundary of a property in Tokyo. Called Ghost-like Architecture, the screens are made of expanded metal and act as louvres. The property boundary therefore appears to be surrounded by an opaque wall when viewed from one angle, but a translucent mesh from