* Patricia Gray | Interior Design Blog™

This lattice stone work creates such a beautiful wall feature. Not only is it a really unique method of joining the material but it filters the light into the space in a rhythmical, pattern.

Glasshouse in Hiroshima, Japan. By Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP architects. Fotos by Nacasa & Partners #Architectural Solar

Glasshouse in Hiroshima, Japan. By Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP architects. Photos by Nacasa & Partners. Composed of roughly 6000 glass blocks strung together by stainless steel.

@Mirthe Hellemons: een lichtend voorbeeld! - Licht wordt pas tastbaar als het ergens op valt. Hier lijkt het licht als een vaste materie door het gat in het plafond te vallen en te stromen in de handen van de man die er onder staat. Zijn handen gevuld met een ontastbaar maar als diamanten schitterend licht.

Inspiration for the Star Temple. Collecting light - Karnak, Luxor Inside the Karnak temple in Luxor, Egypt Photo by Guillaume Roche

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Corian Super-Surfaces Showroom by Amanda Levete Architects

Futuristic Furniture – London practice Amanda Levete Architects were awarded the Interiors and Fit-Out Prize at the World Architecture Festival in Barcelona last week for their Corian Super-Surfaces Showroom in Milan.

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Pattern I chose this picture because it has a repetition of the pillars with shadows to create leading lines. It makes me feel like I'm walking through this pathway and I'm about to turn. I really like the use of shadows to create another pattern within a

Cultural Center | Olga Felip Ordis | Bustler

NEXT LANDMARK Contest Announces Two Winning Projects

Ferreries Cultural Centre Centro culturale Ferreries Tortosa Josep Camps Povill e Olga Felip Ordis architettura contemporanea Spagna