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Georgia, Tblisi, “Andropov’s Ears” 1983 Architects: P.Kalandarishvili, G.Potskhishvili #socialist #brutalism #architecture All rights reserved by Frédéric Chaubin

Georgia, Tblisi, “Andropov’s Ears” 1983 Architects: P.Kalandarishvili, G.Potskhishvili #socialist #brutalism #architecture All rights reserved by Frédéric Chaubin

Love the use of repetitive angles and perspective. Hotel Nikko Kumamoto Bridal Salon by Ryo Matsui Architects

Curving walls create arched avenue in wedding planning venue

Love the use of repetitive angles and perspective. Hotel Nikko Kumamoto Bridal Salon by Ryo Matsui Architects

Value - This interior has value because it has the shading of the light areas and the dark areas.

Martino Cusano, Italy

Value - This interior has value because it has the shading of the light areas and the dark areas.

The only option is to enter the world of the collage itself, which is a psychic territory, unbounded by meaning.     Michael Bracewell...

The only option is to enter the world of the collage itself, which is a psychic territory, unbounded by meaning. Michael Bracewell...

yellowtrace:  Pei Cobb Freed & Partners | Ferguson Center for the Arts at CNU, 2004-05 Virginia.

yellowtrace: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners | Ferguson Center for the Arts at CNU, 2004-05 Virginia.

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