Brown's Hospital - Stamford Browne's Hospital is a medieval almshouse in Stamford, Lincolnshire, England. It was founded in 1485 by wealthy wool merchant William Browne to provide a home and a house of prayer for twelve poor men and two poor women.
Wrapped Building An urban surrealism manifesto. It shelters the renovation of an Hausmannian building during year It's a life-size photographic work based on the original building, printed on canvas, enhanced with bas-relief.
Rod Monkey, Zig Zag Zeeburg The wonderful facade of the block of flats known as Hoop, Liefde en Fortuin (Hope, Love and Fortune - 3 windmills which used to stand in this location) in the district of Zeeburg, Amsterdam.
Beautiful window with stain-glass and wonderful trim work. If you have any questions at all about windows or doors, feel free to contact us - just answers, no sales (unless that's what you're asking for :-)
A sort of West Side Story style fire escape could be used very easily to add levels, as well as being a good place to sing Suddenly Seymour, as they could do the Titanic pose on the edge of one of the levels.
Attractive shot of how nature's structures can influence architecture. Staircase Perspective photography black and white pictures photos stairs perspective staircase photography ideas photography pictures
The Polish pavilion designed for Shanghai EXPO 2010 by the WWAA Architects. The pavilion features a perforated façade, inspired by traditional Polish folk-art paper cutouts. design inspiration, architecture, luxury homes