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Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design & Kengo Kuma & Associates

Image 6 of 36 from gallery of Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design UC Berkeley + Kengo Kuma & Associates. Photograph by Shinkenchiku-sha

L'Université de Californie, Berkeley, supervisé par le cabinet d'architecture Japonais Kengo Kuma & Associates signent le projet Nest We Grow qui a remporté le 4e concours annuel International ...

Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design & Kengo Kuma & Associates

Découvrez le #pavillon du #Vietnam et les autres pays participants à #Expo2015…

EXPO 2015 : Tous les pavillons des pays participants

Together we can green our cities.... Via @architecturenow location unknown? Increasingly nature & green infrastructure will play an important role in building our cities as we grabble with rising density while addressing issues of health wellbeing and sustainability. #streettrees #streetscapes #sustainability #202020vision #livingcitiesau #lnamember #greencitiesau #landscaping #landscapearchitecture #landscapedesign #greeninfastructure #urbanjungle #environmental #architecture…

Via location unknown? Increasingly nature & green infrastructure will play an important role in building our cities as we grabble with rising density while addressing issues of health wellbeing and sustainability.

Recycled 747 Wing House by Studio of Environmental Architecture

747 Wing House by Studio of Environmental Architecture

747 Airplane House (by Studio of Environmental Architecture in Malibu)

Inhabitat interviews David Hertz, the architect of the 747 House about the design and construction of a Malibu home that recycles a whole Boeing 747 plane.

House in Malibu made from salvaged 747 aircraft wings and other parts

Repurposed airplane parts create 747 Wing House. - modern exterior by David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture

LUXE TV - New forms of environmental architecture. Primeval Symbiosis, a surprising, eco-friendly project. Danish design and architecture st...

LUXE TV - New forms of environmental architecture. Primeval Symbiosis, a surprising, eco-friendly project. Danish design and architecture student Konrad Wojcik imagined a fascinating concept called Primeval Symbiosis.

747 Airplane House by Studio of Environmental Architecture in Malibu, previously Tony Doucet's estate

Wing House by David Hertz Architects and the Studio of Environmental Architecture (Malibu, California, USA)

I have always loved brick façades. The depth of the façade and rectangular windows look great. I bet the architect enjoyed drawing the elevations

I have always loved brick façades. The depth of the façade and rectangular windows look great. I bet the architect enjoyed drawing the elevations Colors of windows and brick

House in Malibu made from salvaged 747 aircraft wings and other parts

Just plane exquisite: The roof of the 747 Wing House, designed by architect David Hertz, was made out of actual wings from a 747 jumbo jet

Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design & Kengo Kuma & Associates | AA13 – blog – Inspiration – Design – Architecture – Photographie – Art

Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design & Kengo Kuma & Associates

Image 2 of 36 from gallery of Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design UC Berkeley + Kengo Kuma & Associates. Photograph by Shinkenchiku-sha

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