autumn de wilde (The Jealous Curator)

Concrete stairs

Gallery of Lumber Shaped-Box House / Atelier Riri - 15

Gillespie Yunnie Architects, The stair links the defensive western end of the Royal William Yard to the South West Coast path above the site. The Royal William Yard was designed

Natural History Museum, London ~ architect Alfred Waterhouse. Both the interiors & exteriors of the building made extensive use of terracotta tiles to resist the sooty climate of Victorian London, manufactured by the Tamworth-based company of Gibbs & Canning Limited. The tiles & bricks feature many relief sculptures of flora & fauna, with living & extinct species featured within the west & east wings respectively. . . . . ღTrish W ~ http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/ . . . . #myt

Columns in the Natural History Museum of London. It was built from by Alfred Waterhouse after the original designer Francis Fowke died. As can be seen from these columns, Waterhouse added his own Romanesque touches.

Torquay House / Wolveridge Architects

Gallery of Torquay House / Wolveridge Architects - 6

Torquay House by Wolveridge Architects This timber and concrete beach house in Victoria by Australian firm Wolveridge Architects conceals all its windows behind louvred shutters and has courtyards.

Staircase

Casalgrande Old House / Kengo Kuma & Associates

love the color scheme. the soft gray marble stairs with the blue paint and golden/black rails. lovely-pin it by

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☮ Stairs Stairway Travel~ ☮レ o √乇 ❥ L❃ve ☮~ღ~*~*✿⊱☮ --- "come to the lighthouse" by AdrienC Photography, via

Convent de Sant Francesc by David Closes

Convent de Sant Francesc remodeled by architect David Closes is a church located in Santpedor, Spain. Built between 1721 and 1729 by Franciscan priests the church was long abandoned and its convent.

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