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Extraordinary Soft Industrial Kitchen Ideas 6 Achieving Cool Tips: Industrial Table Display industrial bedroom headboard. Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Ships, Abandoned Train, Abandoned Castles, Magic Places, Abandoned Factory, Images Gif, Industrial Architecture

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Explore FilthCity's photos on Flickr. FilthCity has uploaded 2149 photos to Flickr.

If you need some Interior Design ideas for your Luxury project, get inspired by my selection, see more inspirations here. Concrete Architecture, Concrete Building, Contemporary Architecture, Art And Architecture, Architecture Details, Monumental Architecture, Futuristisches Design, Design Ideas, Interior Design

Centro de Innovación UC - Anacleto Angelini, de Alejandro Aravena

En 2010, bajo la iniciativa y patrocinio del consorcio empresarial chileno Grupo Angelini, comenzó a gestarse la idea de un centro de innovación donde las...

Balfron Tower in London& East End, built in 1967 by the Hungarian .- Balfron Tower im Londoner East End, gebaut 1967 vom ungarischen Architekten Ern… Balfron Tower in London& East End, built in 1967 by Hungarian architect Erno Goldfinger. Architecture Bauhaus, Le Corbusier Architecture, Architecture Cool, London Architecture, Classical Architecture, Brutalist Design, Brutalist Buildings, Unusual Buildings, Interesting Buildings

Open House London 2014: snoop around London's most exciting buildings

Plotting a route round Open House London, the city's favourite annual event for nosy neighbours, can be a bit daunting. You get to snoop inside lots of London's coolest buildings, including ones that aren't usually open to the public but there are over 800 different buildings flinging open their doors this weekend for you to peek inside, so how do you decide what to see?

The Central Research and Design Institute for Robotics and Technical Cybernetics, St Petersburg, Russia. Found in Cosmic Communist Constructions Photographed, by Frederic Chaubin Architecture Russe, Russian Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Art And Architecture, Russian Constructivism, Constructivism Architecture, Brutalist Buildings, Construction

Alien architecture: The crazy space-age superstructures that signalled the downfall of the Soviet Union

Around 90 buildings in 14 former USSR republics have been compiled by French photographer Frederic Chaubin who says they marked an unexpected rebirth of imagination.

furtho: “Ivor de Wolfe & Kenneth Browne’s Collage For A Proposal For A Briti. furtho: “Ivor de Wolfe & Kenneth Browne’s Collage For A Proposal For A British New Town With A Million People, 1971 (via Concrete Architecture, Architecture Drawings, Amazing Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Interior Architecture, Interior Design, Urbane Fotografie, Modernisme, Concrete Structure

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architectureofdoom: “ ryanpanos: “ Ivor De Wolfe and Kenneth Browne. Civilia. Architectural Press London 1971: 83 | RNDRD ” A photographic collage for a proposal (1971) for a British New Town with a...

Residential Block over Bunker at Kleistpark, Berlin A As Architecture, Concrete Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Bauhaus, Unusual Buildings, Modern Buildings, Bunker, Photo D'architecture, Brutalist Buildings

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JÜRGEN SAWADE / DIETER FROWEIN / DIETMAR GRÖTZENBACH / GÜNTER PLESSOW RESIDENTIAL BLOCK OVER BUNKER AT KLEISTPARK, BERLIN 1972-77

carlo scarpa, architect: brion tomb, san vito d'altivole cemetery, (largely completed by chapel. Famous Architecture, Japanese Architecture, Architecture Details, Carlo Scarpa, Porches, Artist And Craftsman, Italian Summer, Concrete Structure, Concrete Design

carlo scarpa, architect: brion tomb, san vito d'altivole cemetery, 1969-1978 (largely completed by 1972). chapel.

chapel of the brion tomb, san vito d'altivole cemetery, italy, 1969-1978 (largely completed by 1972 as far as I can tell) architect: carlo scarpa (1906-1978). standing by the ornamental pond in the previous photo, I was caught up in trying to understand scarpa from a formal and a symbolic point of view and almost missed how good, how complete an architect he was - contrary to so much of the critical writing on his work. people die in summer too and italian summers can be merciless…

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