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thedutchcode010:

For more DOPENESS ▽ 
TheDutchCode010

thedutchcode010:

For more DOPENESS ▽

TheDutchCode010

(Fonte: xsess, via welivefast)

let-s-build-a-home:

Palais des Filateurs by Le Corbusier

(via scavengedluxury)

subtilitas:

Luis Barragán - Las Arboledas ranch, Mexico City 1962. Via

"Serenity. Serenity is the great and true antidote against anguish and fear, and today, more than ever, it is the architect’s duty to make of it a permanent guest in the home, no matter how sumptuous or how humble. Throughout my work I have always strived to achieve serenity, but one must be on guard not to destroy it by the use of an indiscriminate palette."

(via theeversocool)

newbrutalism:

Nippon Dental College, Niigata, Japan, 1973

orange steel scupper/column/atrium butterfly roof 

(via scavengedluxury)

subtilitas:

H Arquitects & Data AE - The pre-fab ETSAV student housing, Barcelona 2012. Via, photos (C) Adrià Goula.

subtilitas:

LAN - Toy Library, Bonneuil-sur-Marne 2006. While somewhat brutal for its function, the rough concrete shell was literally dropped over an existing structure, and surprisingly maintains warmth on the interior. The exterior finish is also a somewhat candid nod to the adjacent 1960’s social housing. Photos (C) Jean-Marie Monthiers.

cabbagerose:

14-forum granada landscapearchitecture
via: stefanoandrighetto

cabbagerose:

14-forum granada landscapearchitecture

via: stefanoandrighetto

levenkan:

Beirut Terraces, Herzog & de Meuron
Beirut Terraces rethinks the concept of the skyscraper, creating a vertical village composed of thin, elegant platforms layered in a playful formation. By offering lavish outdoor spaces, breathtaking views, and meticulously composed lofts, architects Herzog & DeMeuron bring an unprecedented way of living to crowded and dense Beirut.
The architects’ most conceptual work – the VitraHaus project – is most likely the root of the “stacked” methodology adopted for this project in Beirut. However, the Beirut terraces are much more complex in composition, offerings apartments that range from 250sqm to 1050sqm and come in the form of simplexes, duplexes, and townhouses. Moreover, the project’s most seductive quality, its terraces, range from 28sqm to 400sqm.

levenkan:

Beirut Terraces, Herzog & de Meuron

Beirut Terraces rethinks the concept of the skyscraper, creating a vertical village composed of thin, elegant platforms layered in a playful formation. By offering lavish outdoor spaces, breathtaking views, and meticulously composed lofts, architects Herzog & DeMeuron bring an unprecedented way of living to crowded and dense Beirut.

The architects’ most conceptual work – the VitraHaus project – is most likely the root of the “stacked” methodology adopted for this project in Beirut. However, the Beirut terraces are much more complex in composition, offerings apartments that range from 250sqm to 1050sqm and come in the form of simplexes, duplexes, and townhouses. Moreover, the project’s most seductive quality, its terraces, range from 28sqm to 400sqm.

(Fonte: airows)

(Fonte: airows)

thedutchcode010:

For more DOPENESS ▽ 
TheDutchCode010

thedutchcode010:

For more DOPENESS ▽

TheDutchCode010

(Fonte: xsess, via welivefast)

let-s-build-a-home:

Palais des Filateurs by Le Corbusier

(via scavengedluxury)

subtilitas:

Luis Barragán - Las Arboledas ranch, Mexico City 1962. Via

"Serenity. Serenity is the great and true antidote against anguish and fear, and today, more than ever, it is the architect’s duty to make of it a permanent guest in the home, no matter how sumptuous or how humble. Throughout my work I have always strived to achieve serenity, but one must be on guard not to destroy it by the use of an indiscriminate palette."

(via theeversocool)

newbrutalism:

Nippon Dental College, Niigata, Japan, 1973

orange steel scupper/column/atrium butterfly roof 

(via scavengedluxury)

subtilitas:

H Arquitects & Data AE - The pre-fab ETSAV student housing, Barcelona 2012. Via, photos (C) Adrià Goula.

subtilitas:

LAN - Toy Library, Bonneuil-sur-Marne 2006. While somewhat brutal for its function, the rough concrete shell was literally dropped over an existing structure, and surprisingly maintains warmth on the interior. The exterior finish is also a somewhat candid nod to the adjacent 1960’s social housing. Photos (C) Jean-Marie Monthiers.

(Fonte: airows)

cabbagerose:

tower house/gluck+
via: dezeen

cabbagerose:

tower house/gluck+

via: dezeen

cabbagerose:

14-forum granada landscapearchitecture
via: stefanoandrighetto

cabbagerose:

14-forum granada landscapearchitecture

via: stefanoandrighetto

(Fonte: fyeahcroatia, via lecroqui)

levenkan:

Beirut Terraces, Herzog & de Meuron
Beirut Terraces rethinks the concept of the skyscraper, creating a vertical village composed of thin, elegant platforms layered in a playful formation. By offering lavish outdoor spaces, breathtaking views, and meticulously composed lofts, architects Herzog & DeMeuron bring an unprecedented way of living to crowded and dense Beirut.
The architects’ most conceptual work – the VitraHaus project – is most likely the root of the “stacked” methodology adopted for this project in Beirut. However, the Beirut terraces are much more complex in composition, offerings apartments that range from 250sqm to 1050sqm and come in the form of simplexes, duplexes, and townhouses. Moreover, the project’s most seductive quality, its terraces, range from 28sqm to 400sqm.

levenkan:

Beirut Terraces, Herzog & de Meuron

Beirut Terraces rethinks the concept of the skyscraper, creating a vertical village composed of thin, elegant platforms layered in a playful formation. By offering lavish outdoor spaces, breathtaking views, and meticulously composed lofts, architects Herzog & DeMeuron bring an unprecedented way of living to crowded and dense Beirut.

The architects’ most conceptual work – the VitraHaus project – is most likely the root of the “stacked” methodology adopted for this project in Beirut. However, the Beirut terraces are much more complex in composition, offerings apartments that range from 250sqm to 1050sqm and come in the form of simplexes, duplexes, and townhouses. Moreover, the project’s most seductive quality, its terraces, range from 28sqm to 400sqm.

vjeranski:

Satoshi Okada

vjeranski:

Satoshi Okada

(via lecroqui)

(Fonte: airows)

Sobre:

Renata Matos, arquiteta e urbanista na Progetti Arquitetura, Torres, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil

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