Studio Weave's coloured decking timber is laid in a herringbone pattern, a nod to London-based Studio Weave's name and London College of Fashion (LCF)'s roots.

Studio Weave adds colourful decking to LCF roof garden

The rooftop at London College of Fashion, part of the original design for the central London building, has been transformed by architecture practice Studio Weave. The space is an homage to textiles and concrete. Conceived as an outdoor space for.


structural glass cross section isnpiration for University Campus in Middle East by SI architects

David Kohn Architects: 2012/13 Constructor Course

sectional, diagrammatic, programmatic qualities in terms of color ----------- David Kohn Architects: Constructor Course


In-floor glass support system The in-floor glass support system is placed in the ground. The base is covered by aluminium covers and special waterproof gaskets at the same level as the final floor. This system is suitable for 16 or thick gla

Walkway with lying nets by RS+ design, Paprocany Lake,  Poland. Click image for full profile and visit the boards >>

Image 1 of 25 from gallery of Paprocany Lake Shore Redevelopment / RS+. Photograph by Tomasz Zakrzewski

Koret Children's Quarter in Golden Gate Park...has a cement slide, rope climbing structure and a carousel. Click image for source and visit the Slow Ottawa 'For Free' board for more people-friendly structures.

Koret Children's Quarter in Golden Gate Park. A cement slide, rope climbing structure and a, kid-friendly place to go.

Carve creates challenging roller-coaster playground

"Play Garland Oosterpark" in Amsterdam, The Netherlands - photo by Marleen Beek, via Landezine; a long "garland" that meanders up and down and around, with a slide on one end; designed by Carve