Campanules by EXAR architecture

Campanules by EXAR Architecture

Belgian studio EXAR Architecture have replaced walls of brick and plaster with glass and Corten steel on this extension to a suburban house outside Brussels.

C+A Coelacanth and Associates: MOOM Tensegritic Membrane Structure

C+A coelacanth and associates: MOOM tensegritic membrane structure is a lightweight airy pavilion.

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Metropol Parasol

Seville's Metropol Parasol is the world's largest wooden structure. Located at La Encarnación square, it was designed by the German architect Jürgen Mayer-Hermann and completed in April

Zarzuela Hippodrome (1935) in Madrid / Carlos Arniches+Martín Dominguez (architect), Eduardo Torroja (engineer)

Zarzuela Hippodrome in Madrid / Carlos Arniches+Martín Dominguez (architect), Eduardo Torroja (engineer) via: Ximo Michavila View this on the map

j. mayer h. architects: metropol parasol now complete

How C-R-A-Z-Y is this structure! Metropol Parasol is the world’s largest wooden structure. It is located at Plaza de la Encarnacion in the centre of Seville, Spain.

Metropol Parasol | Hypebeast

Metropol Parasol

Metropol Parasol | Hypebeast

Metropol Parasol

The Metropol Parasol peeks out behind ornate balconies in downtown Seville, Spain.

Hilla Shamia

Israeli designer Hilla Shamia uniquely joins the materials of aluminum and wood in this Wood Casting series. Using a whole tree trunk, Shamia pours molten aluminum directly onto the wood, which burns the surface and darkens the wood.

Abaton

A fantastic project just entered our WAN Small Spaces Award! This Portable House located in Madrid, Spain is designed by ABATON Arquitectura. (c) JUAN BARAJA

This is a project by BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group + Architectural Nexus and it is located at Park City, Utah, United States.

Bjarke Ingels Danish architecture office BIG, along with Architectural Nexus, have won the competition for the Kimball Art CenterKimball Art Center in Park City, Utah. The museum, which also hosts the…

The Millau Viaduct, Tarn Valley, France. Built 2004, by Foster + Partners

The Millau Viaduct is a cable-stayed road-bridge that spans the valley of the river Tarn near Millau in southern France. Designed by the French structural engineer Michel Virlogeux and British architect Norman Foster, it is the tallest bridge in the world

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