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Peter Zumthor material palate

Texture, architecture, phenomenology Peter Zumthor Materials Palette plays with texture and light creating a sensory experience through his buildings.

10 Seamless Dirt and Soil Textures  #GraphicRiver         All 10 textures in this file have been designed at the massive resolution of 1500×1500px so that you can scale them all the way from close up detail of the content out to a fine repeating pattern.  The download itself contains;     10 full color jpg files    1 Photoshop PAT file including 10 patterns    A detailed help file for using the .PAT file in Photoshop   The textures can be used when designing;     Web pages    Twitter pages…

10 Seamless Dirt and Soil Textures

10 Seamless Dirt and Soil Textures - Nature Textures / Fills / Patterns

10 Seamless Stone Wall Textures - Urban Textures / Fills / Patterns

10 Seamless Stone Wall Textures

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sergey makhno's 'rose house' sits atop picturesque ukrainian mountains

architects sergey makhno and alexander kovpak come together to propose their latest project, the ‘rose house’, nestled deep in the ukrainian mountains.

Image 5 of 16 from gallery of Tea House / Archi-Union Architects. Photograph by Zhonghai Shen

Gallery of Tea House / Archi-Union Architects - 5

The Tea House was designed by Shanghai-based architectural design firm Archi-Union Architects. [quote]The Tea House, located in the backyard of Archi-Union

Kolumba Köln, Architect: Peter Zumthor, Masonry: Petersen Tegl, Photo Michael Bech

Peter Zumthor: Kolumba Art Museum Theme: Materiality "I've always has the feeling that as an architect, as a master builder, he must have an extraordinary sense of the presence and weight of materials.

Therme Vals - Peter Zumthor

Therme Vals, Peter Zumthor, While pictures and even videos can only ever offer a limited experience of a great piece of architecture, this is particularly true of the work of Peter Zumthor

Kunsthaus Bregenz -  Peter Zumthor

I like the idea of a 'floating' wall. Its not really connected to the roof, floor or wall but separates space as if it were Kunsthaus Bregenz by Peter Zumthor