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letsbuildahome-fr:

“Ienami” Micro Landscape Planters by Metaphys

subtilitas:

Ecker Architekten - School extension, Baden-Württemberg 2012. Via, photos (C) Brigida González.

Nasty Surprises

We have a short presentation today in front of our profs - just 5 minutes to explain our concept and basic plan layouts.

So I have a jolly good time and make 2 x A2 sheets with some sketches and photoshopped diagrams and a model attempt for them to see

No scales were specified or paper size

So I come in with my bitesize presentation and see EVERYONE has made A1s/A0s in the bajillions as if its our final presentation

for 10%?

Im sitting right now waiting for my turn and I’m like:

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PHOTO: Light through stained glass at a Mosque in Iran - found on imgur

PHOTO: Light through stained glass at a Mosque in Iran - found on imgur

Loving the Herringbone brick flooring in this kitchen! Who says brick is for walls + outdoors only?

Loving the Herringbone brick flooring in this kitchen! Who says brick is for walls + outdoors only?

vuotoattivo:


Eduardo ChillidaMontaña de Tindaya, Fuerteventura, 1993

Lo profundo es el aire

(via spaces-of-art-and-silence)

vuotoattivo:

Eduardo Chillida
Montaña de Tindaya, Fuerteventura, 1993

Lo profundo es el aire

(via spaces-of-art-and-silence)

infiniteinterior:

Kitazawa Kenchiku Factory by Fumiko Misawa + Masahiro Inayama (via Remarkable Japanese Timber Structures | JA U)

out of all types, I adore timber/wood structures.

infiniteinterior:

Kitazawa Kenchiku Factory
by Fumiko Misawa + Masahiro Inayama
(via Remarkable Japanese Timber Structures | JA U)

out of all types, I adore timber/wood structures.

infiniteinterior:

Sumika Pavilion by Toyo Ito (via Remarkable Japanese Timber Structures | JA U)

Another amazing structure from Toyo Ito

infiniteinterior:

Sumika Pavilion
by Toyo Ito
(via Remarkable Japanese Timber Structures | JA U)

Another amazing structure from Toyo Ito

lprocket:

Bibliochaise by Nobody&co

I was just thinking how perfect this would be for my humble little apartment when I read the designer’s quote:

“Twelve years ago we lived in a tiny flat, full of books but with nowhere to sit. Problems are always the best inspirations.That same year we drew the first Bibliochaise: a cube in which to sit, with slots all around to put books in. Geometry is magic. Each time you draw a cube or a square, something wonderful can happen.”

Perfect summary. Apparently the chair can hold 300 books and (even more win) comes in a range of different colors. You can visit its home right here.