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Edgar Street Towers by IwamotoScott

IwamotoScott: Edgar Street Towers: exteriors are a little strange but the interiors are skeletal madness

concrete columns

Oscar Niemeyer Movement © Werner Huthmacher Architects: Baumschlager Eberle Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands Area: sqm Year: 2011

Aoyama Sta Building, Tokyo

Architecture and Interior Design

Aoyama Sta Building This unique structure is the Sta Building in Aoyama, Tokyo. The architects seem to be "Sanokei Architects". There is a hair salon inside. the green facade elements of this fantastic building, could produce energy from sunlight?

Parametric Studies_Zaha Hadid Zaha's ideas are always so original and always interesting. Loving the figure ground contrast and negative-positive space!

The Francis Gregory Library by Adjaye Associates

The Francis Gregory Library by Adjaye Associates

Even in full daylight, glowing surfaces stand out: 'francis gregory neighborhood library' by adjaye associates, washington DC

There certainly isn't a shortage of shapes and sizes in this shopping mall designed by Ron Arad Architects. Located near Santiago Calatrava's high speed ra

Modern Architecture: Winding Spine Mall (10 photos)

Ingenhoven in association with Architectus, won the City of Sydney competition for 1 Bligh Street. Via Australian Design Review

The straight lined, clean cut shapes in the ceiling mimic a mathematical grid contrasting the freer flowing lines of the wall which are more free forming, adding interest to the building.

Gran biblioteca

The New Stuttgart City Library - Germany. Korean architect Eun Young Yi’s proposal was selected in 1999 from 235 competition entries as the plan for the new central library of the City of Stuttgart.

Vertical Church – 15 nouveaux panoramiques de R. Silver

Vertical Church – 15 nouveaux panoramiques de R. Silver

Vertical Churches: I Photograph Churches Around The World From The Perfect Perspective: Hallgrimskirkja, Reykjavik, Iceland

Museo Porsche' at Stuttgart, Germany (554×834)

Porsche Museum, Stuttgart, Germany, by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects. Enjoy a close-up experience of the history of Porsche. Encounter legendary racing and sports cars, fascinating production models as well as unusual prototypes.

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