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Concrete Cabin - Minimalissimo

Refugi Lieptgas, Flims, 2014 - Georg Nickisch and Selina Walder

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Refugi Lieptgas Concrete Cabin by Nickish Sano Walder Architects

Minimalist home office. | Photo: Derek Swalwell | Story: BELLE

Stylish study spaces

Minimalist home office. | Photo: Derek Swalwell | Story: BELLE

Invermay House by Moloney Architects (Foto: Michael Kai/ divulgação  )

Arquitetura feita de madeira e concreto

Invermay House by Moloney Architects (Foto: Michael Kai/ divulgação )

Refúgio Lieptgas,© Gaudenz Danuser

Galeria de Refúgio Lieptgas / Georg Nickisch + Selina Walder - 1

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Refugi Lieptgas by Georg Nickisch and Selina Walder

Refugi Lieptgas Concrete Cabin by Nickish Sano Walder Architects

Refugi Lieptgas Concrete Cabin by Nickish Sano Walder Architects

easyontheextras: “Refugi Lieptgas Concrete Cabin by Nickish Sano Walder Architects / Ralph Feiner ”

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Refugi Lieptgas, Flims, 2014 - Georg Nickisch and Selina Walder

Pekka Pitkänen: Chapel of the Holy Cross, Turku, 1967.

The Turku Chapels // Finland

Pekka Pitkänen: Chapel of the Holy Cross, Turku, Finland

KAGADATO. Mirror - AIM. Total property - produced (the vast majority) with the use of technology Tiffany. Backlight, rotary mechanisms other specific hardware.

The Refugi Lieptgas is located in Flims, Switzerland, in the middle of an Alps’ forest, and has been realized in 2013 by architects Selina Walder and Georg Nikisch from Nickisch Sano Walder Architekten

Concrete formed using wood boards

Board formed concrete (accent) The beauty of an unadorned concrete wall. The traces of its genesis still visible on its surface. A canvas for the play of light and shadow. A noble material.

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For the little ones

For the little ones

House in Lisbon, Lisbona, 2013

Built by ARX PORTUGAL Arquitectos in Lisbon, Portugal with date Images by FG + SG. The concept for this house emerges from a reflection on the identity of Lisbon architecture, a recurring type of

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Top-heavy office and apartment block features brick top and concrete base

A glass bridge connects a concrete house with wonky windows to an artist’s studio in Puebla, Mexico.

The Mexican studio M + N Arquitectos bring the two building into one roof separated by a glass bridge to reach to another room.

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