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Bildergebnis für Verschleierte Gesichter

Bildergebnis für Verschleierte Gesichter

Villa Ruggeri by Giuseppe Brega  The villa was completed in 1907 and is situated in Pesaro, Italy.    …obviously going for that nuanced, understated look. :)

I am open to putting some stone work with Art on the out side of the Courtyard walk ways. Villa Ruggeri aka Villino Ruggeri, Pesaro, Italy - 1907 - by Giuseppe Brega (Italian, - Style: Art Nouveau - Mlle

Buntes Universum: Schulkomplex Simone Veil Group - DETAIL.de - das Architektur- und Bau-Portal

Wie aus Erdkörnern Bauwerke werden – Ausstellung in Lyon

Reminds me of the kind of room I've always dreamed of...except with silk cloth hanging from a brass ring in the center and draping to the room edges and all along the walls...BEAUTIFULLLLLL!!!!

The Very Fabric of Architecture: textile use in construction

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15 Viral Pinterest Photos That Are Actually Fake

Castle House Island in Dublin, Ireland. Castle House Island in Dublin, Ireland. Thank you, Anna for helping me find my new home :)

My Handsome Muse

Completed in 2013 in Hiroshima, Japan. Images by Koji Fujii / Nacasa & Partners Inc. Two Spirals Become One This wedding chapel stands in a garden of a resort hotel, “Bella Vista Sakaigahama,” in Onomichi, Hiroshima.

Wohnhaus Berlin by Heinz Völker and Rudolf Grosse. Photo copyright Alexander H. Schulz

Wohnhaus Berlin by Heinz Völker and Rudolf Grosse. Photo copyright Alexander H. Schulz We all just love architecture?

The temporary installation was constructed using standard roof battens screwed together into 22 square frames and attached to the wooden walkway at an angle of 15° to one another. A hundred and fifty square metres of elastic, impregnated fabric was then stretched over this ingenious wooden structure.

The Very Fabric of Architecture: textile use in construction

Tahari Showroom, New York; Photo © Gisela Stromeyer  Cloth is the material from which the Elie Tahari fashion company designs exclusive creations - and cloth is also the design element with which Gisela Strohmeyer has converted an uninspiring room without any daylight into an elegant showroom.

The Very Fabric of Architecture: textile use in construction

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