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Optical Glass House by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP A tree-filled courtyard is glimpsed through the shimmering glass-brick facade of this house in Hiroshima, designed by Japanese architect Hiroshi Nakamura.

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Vertical elements in CorTen weathering steel. Eastside Park in Birmingham, designed by architect Patel Taylor with French landscape architect Allain Provost,

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Tom Fruin: Works Imagine the play of light and color inside this stained glass dream of a house!

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"Optical House" (2012) | Hiroshima • Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP. "The flat bar is seated within the 50mm-thick glass block to render it invisible, and thus a uniform 6mm sealing joint between the glass blocks was achieved. The result?—a transparent façade when seen from either the garden or the street. The façade appears like a waterfall flowing downward, scattering light and filling the air with freshness." NAP

Optical Glass House by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP. A tree-filled courtyard is glimpsed through the shimmering glass-brick facade of this house in Hiroshima, designed by Japanese architect Hiroshi Nakamura

Blue stained glass windows:

Dom Bosco Church by Carlos Alberto Naves in Brasilia, Brazil. The windows of the Dom Bosco Shrine are made of small squares of stained glass in 12 different shades of blue with dots of white

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