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This is absolutely incredible because it is showing off all of the different alphabets using everyday buildings.

Alphatecture brilliantly executed by Peter Defty. He is a professional photographer based near Leeds, in the UK, and takes these photos all over the world. They remind you to look up once and a while. maybeitsgreat: ALPHATECTURE by Peter Defty, UK

Pld King's School Shop in Canterbury, England - built in 1647 - Looks like it's right out of Harry Potter's Diagon Alley! Tricky door to get through!

It’s not Cambridgeshire, but this building is gorgeous! Known as the Crooked House in Canterbury, the King’s Gallery at 28 Palace St., Canterbury was formerly the Old King’s School Shop.

Could do something like this if I modified the arms of a clock to be loosely telescoping so they only display 3-9.

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A magical stairway in a gorgeous abandoned building...

Staircase at Abandoned Watertower, Lincolnshire, England. -stairway to the stars ;

The facade of this house in the English seaside town of Margate appears to slump down into the front yard

House in Margate with a facade that's slipped down by Alex Chinneck

cjwho: “ “From the knees of my nose to the belly of my toes” by Alex Chinneck British artist and designer Alex Chinneck has completed construction of his most ambitious installation to date after peeling the front of a four-storey house in Margate.

If you know where this is located or the name of this building please leave a comment. I ran across this, but it is just a wallpaper, lol. This is so cool though I couldn't not post it here. :)

I was smiling looking at this building. Was that people rowing a boat at the top of the ripple? The building facade became a canvas for the architect to tell the story.

"If there's a way to stand out...we'll find it!"  Well, they definitely hit the nail on the head.  They got my attention with the contrasting Zebra colors on an elephant.  The ad has nice font, colors and placement of everything.

"If there's a way to stand out.we'll find it!" Well, they definitely hit the nail on the head. They got my attention with the contrasting Zebra colors on an elephant. The ad has nice font, colors and placement everything.

Through the arches by skipnclick, via Flickr

Create this effect with mirrors! Aligned brick walls / Through the arches of the Balcombe viaduct. Photo taken in West Sussex, England,

Waves of wood form the staircase inside this Mumbai apartment.

Waves of wood form staircase by Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop

Mumbai house Waves of wood form staircase at SDM Apartment by Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop

Very clever play on the "JAWS" cover due to the rise of the A (slightly seen above the water=acts like the sharks fin).

'Jaws' from the Penguin Horror book series by Tom Lenartowicz. Love that the 'A' represents a shark fin. It gives the type so much character.

"The Pineapple" in Dunmore Park. It is possible to stay at Dunmore through Landmark Trust

The Dunmore Pineapple - Scotland. Historic home turned hotel in central Scotland. The building containing a hothouse was used, among other things, for growing pineapples. Built in 1761

The Flatiron Building, NYC

The Flatiron Building, originally the Fuller Building, is a triangular steel-framed landmarked building located at 175 Fifth Avenue in the borough of Manhattan, New York City, and is considered to be a groundbreaking skyscraper.

If you have no interest in EVER knowing what time it is...this 'clock is for you!

These faceted wall clocks are individually cast in natural off-white resin and are formed in a flexible mould which is manipulated by hand for each piece to give every clock a unique shape, so no two are the same. The clock measures approx

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