Ottoman decoration in an old house in Farasan island - Saudi Arabia

An Ottoman building in Farasan Islands, Saudi Arabia {I think these intricate carvings create some of the most stunningly beautiful patterns in existence!

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Inspiring shapes and lines. paths to a hole in the woods, Sutton park, Sutton Coldfield, England

Just some beautiful architecture to get us pumped.) Blue Balconies, Paris, France photo via suggestive

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An arabesque at the Mausoleum of Mohammed V in Morocco photographed by Reena Azim Negi. I love the pattern on this picture

The Hassan II Mosque is in Casablanca and is the largest mosque in Morocco and the fifth largest in the world. Designed by French architect Michel Pinseau, it stands on the edge of the coast looking out to the Atlantic; the water can be seen through a giant glass floor with space for 25,000 worshippers. A further 80,000 can be accommodated in the mosque's adjoining grounds for a total of 105,000 worshippers present at any given time at the Hassan II mosque. Its minaret is the world's…

Blue and green: Hassan II Mosque The Hassan II Mosque is in Casablanca Largest mosque in Morocco largest/ world. Designed by French architect Michel Pinseau. The minaret is the world's tallest at 210 m ft).

A house on Farasan Island-Saudi Arabia. I want to run my hands over the intricate handwork. Such beauty.

A house on Farasan Island-Saudi Arabia. *Peace between millions of Muslims, Christians, Buddhists - we are being manipulated against one another slow wars by The United States of Israel *

The Peckham Rye Kitchen by deVOL, dark green cabinets and brass hardware

Sconces, green wall and cabinets divided by marble counter/ backsplash/ shelf- and those oil paintings! <swoon> The Peckham Rye Kitchen by deVOL

I would live to find original or prints of antique architectural drawings like this one to display in frames around my house!

Iron work gate - Petit Palais Des Beaux-Arts Girault’s design for the cast iron door of the Petit Palais, Paris. That is so intricate.