CAT BUS Moscow

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enochliew:

Rector Office at Vigo University Campus by Miralles Tagliabue

Façade composed of concrete, Mondariz granite and oak.

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communicants:

La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc (The Passion of Joan of Arc, 1928)

communicants:

La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc (The Passion of Joan of Arc, 1928)

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arkitekcher:

Eyrie  Cheshire Architects

Location: Kaipara Harbour, New Zealand

HOME Magazine’s 2014: Home of The Year  |  Photography: Jeremy Toth

vboseoul:

House z

Project : arch. Peter Zumthor

Location : Haldenstein, Switzerland

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enochliew:

 Church Sun-pu by Taira Nishizawa Architects   

The gaps widen at the top to help disperse reverberation.

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enochliew:

House on a Stream by Architecture Brio

A stream runs through the house, alternately opening up and closing itself to the different characteristics of the site.

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kateoplis:

“If you don’t drink warm blood and eat fresh meat, you are doomed to die on the tundra.”

"If there were no reindeer we would not exist.”

“As our ancestors live, so will we live; as our ancestors died, so will we die.”

“Better to see once than to hear many times.”

Gorgeous profiles of the world’s last remaining indigenous tribes in Jimmy Nelson's Before They Pass.

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archatlas:

与大自然同在—江苏盐城滨江会所设计项目 

Together With Nature In - Yancheng Riverside Club Design Project Hongde Jiang

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rh1tard:

cinemagorgeous:

Before They Pass Away. Photographer Jimmy Nelson traveled around the earth to try and document the world’s most secluded tribes. 

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ombuarchitecture:

PAINTER’S STUDIO FOR ARRANZ-BRAVO

Vallvidrera

By  Garcés – De Seta – Bonet

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formascriticas:

→ Museu Soulages por RCR Architects

Estas simulações virtuais, realizadas pelo atelier espanhol RCR Architects para o Museu Soulages, são lindíssimas.

Não pretendem ser fotografias, nem muito menos, mostrar na integra todos os pormenores do projeto, no entanto, revelam-nos os dados mais preciosos que uma simulação virtual nos pode oferecer. Ou seja, comportamento do volume com o terreno e com a envolvente, texturas, escalas e ainda, revela-nos o comportamento da luz sobre a proposta. Se a estes critérios, juntarmos bom gosto e uma visão clara sobre os “objetivos” da simulação, conseguimos então, passar a mensagem correcta e adequada, seja ela, X ou Y. 

A parte boa disto tudo é quando o edifício salta do papel para o terreno e tudo aquilo que imaginamos é concretizado. Neste caso, o Museu Soulages, li no afasia, abre dia 31 de Maio e é precisamente neste blog, que podem ver as primeiras imagens reais do Museu. Take a look!

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