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"Casting Architecture" - Relooks the Humble Ventilation Block in Tropical Design Handmade tiles can be colour coordianated and customized re. shape, texture, pattern, etc. by ceramic design studios

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This is a full-scale wall was and at the University of Minnesota School of The were produced with an adjustable formwork which featured a flexible latex bladder. This allowed the each block to show a different aperture.

Wavy, Wonderful Brick Facade Marries Shanghai's Past and Future | Co.Design | business + design

Wavy, Wonderful Brick Facade Marries Shanghai’s Past and Future

Amy Wang- different angles create the visual quality Wavy, Wonderful Brick Facade Marries Shanghai's Past and Future

B House | Nhà ở Nhà Bè, Tp. Hồ Chí Minh, Việt Nam – i.House Architecture and Construction

B House

Image 4 of 27 from gallery of B House / i.House Architecture and Construction. Photograph by Le Canh Van, Vu Ngoc Ha

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Brutalist Architecture cheek to cheek with Modern Designs


A’Beckett Tower, Melbourne, Australia, by Elenberg Fraser --- 347 sunshade louvers in 16 different colors. The fluidity of the building’s alternating color palette is apparent when viewing the louvers at different perspectives.

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Urban Lines project is a photo project by Pavel Bendov about modern architecture, liens and shapes.

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So satisfying! We love the three dimensional pattern combined with the unregulated texture of the material.

Paris-based designer and artist Maud Vantours uses layer upon layer of cut paper to create hypnotizing patterns and textures that translate into set designs, fashion accessories, and editorial treatments. Vantors has explored a number of paper tre.

1X - Living in Boxes by Kent Mathiesen

This would be REALLY neat if it was pictures on a wall, instead of windows and balconies. Living in boxes II by Kent Mathiesen

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A nice palette for Kaza Concrete three-dimensional tile collection.

The ARCHive  About The ARCHive is a student blog created and managed by students at the University of South Florida School of Architecture and Community Design.  This collection of student design work and process provides a glimpse into the creativity, innovation, and collaboration performed through all levels of the institution.

Erick McGartland, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2016 Core Design “Highline” - Fall Prof. Mark Weston Section investigation of building and context Contact: erickm