Collection by Yezin Han

ramp architecture design BBC Atrium - a tiered sequence of platforms and terraces, created over the central studios, appear as a grand staircase within the atrium Architecture Design, Stairs Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Public Architecture, Architecture Diagrams, Architecture Portfolio, Open Space Architecture, School Architecture, Sustainable Architecture

The Atrium

Whilst designed by David Chipperfield Architects, Pacific Quay (docks are never called 'dock' these days) Studios was completed by Keppie Design in a slightly controversial move which some say was an example of the BBC bottling-out of their much vaunted commitment to top-notch architecture. Suffice to say though, the quality of detail is still a delight in this somewhat deceptive building... Pacific Quay is a completely modern name: the partially-filled dock that formerly occupied the site…

<STREETSCAPE> Experimental urban seating in Copenhagen. Innovative with warm comforting wood seating. Would be a draw for any commercial corridor. Urban Furniture, Street Furniture, Garden Furniture, Furniture Design, Furniture Legs, Barbie Furniture, French Furniture, Furniture Outlet, Urban Landscape

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“Experimental #urban #seating in #Copenhagen: More #street #furniture:”

57 Innovative Public Bike Stand Designs Design Listicle is part of Parking design A bike rack ought to be sturdily connected to the ground to stop theft Approximately 500 additional bicycle racks - Urban Furniture, Street Furniture, Concrete Furniture, Furniture Buyers, Furniture Websites, Furniture Dolly, Furniture Removal, Urban Landscape, Landscape Design

cyclchr - ikimonokenchiku

Love this simple bike park/bench No fear of your #bike getting scratched up against a tree while you have lunch at the park.

Cannon Design Regional Offices / Cannon Design Architecture Mumbai Art Deco architecture The Cube / Make Architects Courtesy of Make Archite. Interior Stairs, Home Interior, Interior And Exterior, Modern Interior, Architecture Details, Landscape Architecture, Interior Architecture, Installation Architecture, Building Architecture

Gallery of 5th Annual Creative Spaces Event - 8

Image 8 of 29 from gallery of 5th Annual Creative Spaces Event. Courtesy of Société de développement commercial du Village (SDCV)

Public water garden, Fort Worth, Texas, Architects: Philip Johnson + John Burgee (photograph from National Geographic, April [ Amo las cascadas ] Philip Johnson, Villa Architecture, Water Architecture, Architecture Diagrams, Architecture Graphics, Building Architecture, Architecture Portfolio, Classical Architecture, Ancient Architecture

Jeux d'eau en ville

Dans les années 1970, aux États-Unis, les villes se sont soudain enrichies de fontaines architecturées multipliant ?les plaisirs des sens.?Rafraîchissant.

~The third and final phase of New York City's High Line opened to the public in September 2014 Landscape And Urbanism, Landscape Architecture Design, Urban Architecture, Urban Landscape, Parque Linear, Public Space Design, Public Spaces, Parks, Urban Park

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“Final phase of@highlinenyc >> added to our boards >> #promenade #nyc”

Centre / Jasmax The NZI Centre is a commercial office building located in Auckland’s CBD.The NZI Centre is a commercial office building located in Auckland’s CBD. Architecture Design, New Zealand Architecture, Architecture Awards, Chinese Architecture, Architecture Office, Futuristic Architecture, Corporate Interiors, Office Interiors, Commercial Design

NZI Centre / Jasmax

Completed in 2009 in Auckland, New Zealand. Images by Simon Devitt. Introduction The NZI Centre is a commercial office building located in Auckland’s CBD. It is an integrated design, with the architectural and...

ideas for stairs architecture public water features Water Architecture, Architecture Design, Architecture Diagrams, Architecture Portfolio, Stairs Architecture, Urban Landscape, Landscape Design, Public Realm, Design Poster


For many years, the lush banks of the majestic Tennessee River were all but inaccessible to most Chattanooga residents. In 1986, however, a seven-mile landscaped path called Riverwalk was built, and it quickly became a catalyst for the development of some of Chattanooga’s most popular recreational facilities, as well as a great social equalizer.