The beauty of an unadorned concrete wall. The traces of its genesis still visible on its surface. A canvas for the play of light and shadow. A noble material.

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Board formed concrete (accent) The beauty of an unadorned concrete wall. The traces of its genesis still visible on its surface. A canvas for the play of light and shadow. A noble material.

Neri&Hu have created an elaborate, boxy staircase in a Hong Kong office.

Stair Design Idea - This wooden handrail was built into the stair surround for a seamless and clean look.

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Geometric timber or metal outdoor screen Amrita Shergil Marg House, by ERNESTO BEDMAR ARCHITECTS // Shadow Play "I could make moveable shades like this for those evening dinners when the sun shines right at my face!

Vincent Van Duysen

Vincent Van Duysen: Brutalism With a Soul

Wickstead Lodge by Baynes & Co | HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on interior design and home decoration.

Wickstead Lodge by Baynes & Co

Enchanting Classic Lodge Possessing Updated Interior: Incredible Stone Tiling Idea Covering Wickstead Lodge Exterior Wall To Contrast The Mi.

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The Beyond the Screen, OBBA (Office for Beyond Boundaries Architecture), Naebalsan-dong, Seoul

James Gorst Architects

James Gorst Architects this design is awesome , it reminds me of the Page and Parks design of the lighthouse in Glasgow's city centre with the use of the glass celling , I think Photoshop is used here to show the lighting well.

handrail - Bromont House, near Quebec, Canada by Paul Bernier Architects.

Concrete cast in rough sawn wooden formwork. The Bromont House by Paul Bernier Architect. (Rough sawn board for impression on faux cement wall.

Like the masonry detail around the windows Club House in Schaanwald by BrunhartBrunnerKranz Architekten

Like the masonry detail around the windows Club House in Schaanwald by BrunhartBrunnerKranz Architekten:

Killowen House by Hall McKnight, a stone twin farm building in the Lough | #stone #architecture #design

Killowen House by Hall McKnight, a stone twin farm building in the Lough. Stone is understated but looks good in landscape.

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