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be baumschlager eberle is part of architecture Wallpaper House Tours Completed in 2011 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands Images by Werner Huthmacher Everything began with the arcade The master plan specified that all the new buildings in the Oosterdoksei Detail Architecture, Art Et Architecture, Concrete Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Installation Architecture, Triangular Architecture, Tectonic Architecture, Amsterdam Architecture, Computer Architecture

Vodafone / be baumschlager eberle

Completed in 2011 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Images by Werner Huthmacher . Everything began with the arcade. The master plan specified that all the new buildings in the Oosterdokseiland development area near Amsterdam...

Lignum Pavilion / Frei + Saarinen Architekten - The untreated wooden structure is so simple but very effective; the bareness of the wood is emphasised by the spinal structured design. The effect created by the direction of light is very innovative. Architecture Design, Parametric Architecture, Parametric Design, Amazing Architecture, Organic Architecture, Temporary Architecture, Architecture Diagrams, Architecture Portfolio, Strate Design

Gallery of Lignum Pavilion / Frei + Saarinen Architekten - 6

Image 6 of 13 from gallery of Lignum Pavilion / Frei + Saarinen Architekten. © Hannes Henz

The Millau Viaduct in southern France, is the tallest bridge in the world. It's a cable-stayed bridge that spans the valley of the River Tarn near Millau in southern France. Places To Travel, Places To See, Paris, Scary Bridges, Beautiful Architecture, Bridges Architecture, France Travel, Belle Photo, Awesome

World’s Scariest Bridges

Rotting wooden planks, held aloft by rusty bits of wire, stretch out in front of you. You reach for a railing to steady yourself, but all you find are two threadbare ropes. The howling wind blows the rickety footbridge from side to side. Somewhere below you lies the forest floor—you don’t even know how far.All bridges serve a purpose, whether utilitarian or inspirational. And some of them, like Musou Tsuribashi—this shaky, 50-year-old crossing in southern Japan—add a distinct element of…