Sullivanesque style - Developed by "Louis Sullivan (1856-1924), a notable Chicago architect,which coincided with his "form follows function" aesthetic. An intricate weaving of linear and geometric forms with stylized foliage in a symmetrical pattern is the unique element of this style. The decorative ornamentation devised by Sullivan and used on some of his office buildings is based on floral motifs but organized in a manner closely resembling the Irish interlace of the early Middle Ages."
an art installation by landscape architects atelier altern, sylvain morin and aurelien zoia, who created this to draw attention to the massive reduction in varieties of salad greens available.
These 9 Structures Prove That Shingle Exteriors Can Be Surprisingly Modern
This Melbourne home is made up of a series of renovated gabled structures, and the contrast of its white steel panel and western red cedar shingle cladding emphasizes its geometric forms. #melbourne #shingles #exterior