Alphatecture  How brilliantly executed by Peter Defty. He is a professional…

Alphatecture How brilliantly executed by Peter Defty. He is a professional photographer based near Leeds, in the UK, and takes these photos all over the world. They remind you to look up once and a while. maybeitsgreat: ALPHATECTURE by Peter Defty, UK

The Bloomberg Pavilion Project, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo.

Like an abstracted tree providing shade. An architectural concept for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo by architect Akihisa Hirata // contemporary architecture / interior design / minimalism

Residential building on Minskaya Street, 1980s, Bobruisk, Belarus © Belorussian State Archive of Scientific-Technical Documentation

Soviet Modernism 1955-1991: Unknown Stories

Image 13 of 28 from gallery of Soviet Modernism Unknown Stories. Residential building on Minskaya Street, Bobruisk, Belarus © Belorussian State Archive of Scientific-Technical Documentation

Habitat ‘67, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1966-67

Habitat 67 by Moshe Safdie. Habitat 67 is one of the most iconic buildings of both Montreal and Canada. It was built as a pavilion for the 1967 International and Universal Exposition (Expo

Concrete facade + glass & steel perforations -TEA Tenerife

Concrete facade + glass & steel perforations -TEA Tenerife- contrast in material qualities- texture, shine

,tim griffith for wrns studio (this is my work's work :)

Mission Bay Block 27 Parking Structure / WRNS Studio

Built by WRNS Studio in San Francisco, United States with date Images by Tim Griffith Photography. Located within San Francisco’s Mission Bay redevelopment zone, this new seven story elevated parking structure serves.

Empty atrium surrounded by yellow walls and above: open white cloudy sky with intermittent light blue

Gallery of CITE DES AFFAIRES IN SAINT-ETIENNE / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture - 6

A gigantic yellow foyer five stories high dwarfs the small human by the doorway of “La Cite Des Affaires” in Saint-Etienne by Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, yet with its childlike and cheery color and goofy windows, the entry is not forbidding or grand.


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