Structure architecture

Collection by Ana Lopez Gonzalez

Ana Lopez Gonzalez
Timber Pavilion - - Timber Pavilion Design – Portfolio T. Wooden Pavilion, Glass Pavilion, Outdoor Pavilion, Pavilion Design, Pavilion Wedding, Backyard Pavilion, Backyard Gazebo, Hp Pavilion, Architecture Origami

Timber Pavilion

The exhibition pavilion concept developed from creating the illusion of a curved timber beams using only straight elements, this type of illusion used is called enveloping. The main feature of the pavilion is the roof structure as looking straight towards…

Thesis report at KEA-Copenhagen University of Technology in Constructing Architecture program Architecture Design, Architecture Program, Bamboo Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Sustainable Design, Amazing Architecture, Sustainable Building Materials, Classical Architecture, Residential Architecture

BAMBOO as a sustainable material for future building industry

Thesis report at KEA-Copenhagen University of Technology in Constructing Architecture program

GC Prostho Museum and Research Center / Kengo Kuma & As .- GC Prostho Museum & Research Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates Installation Architecture, Wood Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Architecture Details, Kengo Kuma, Archdaily Mexico, Timber Structure, Research Centre

Museo y Centro de Investigación GC Prostho / Kengo Kuma & Associates

Construido por Kengo Kuma & Associates en Kasugai, Japan con superficie 234.0. Imagenes por Daici Ano. La arquitectura de este proyecto se origina en el sistema Cidori, un tradicional juego japonés. Cidori es un conjunto...

Tij observatory design by RO&AD Architecten and RAU Architecten resembles an oversized egg in a nest in Scheelhoek Nature Reserve, Netherlands. Reserva Natural, Timber Structure, Thatched Roof, Landscape Plans, Landscape Design, Egg Shape, Nature Reserve, Concrete Floors, Interior Architecture

Tij Observatory | RAU architects + RO&AD Architecten -

Tij (name explanation: This is a Dutch word joke. 'TIJ' means 'tide' which refers to the returning tides in the Haringvliet, but quickly pronounced it also mean