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Metropol Parasol, Seville, Spain - the world's largest wooden structure - designed by the German architect Jürgen Mayer-Hermann and completed in April 2011

J. Mayer H. Architects’ Metropol Parasol new photos

Gallery of J. Mayer H. Architects’ Metropol Parasol new photos - 9

Image 9 of 17 from gallery of J. Mayer H. Architects’ Metropol Parasol new photos.

Seongbuk Gate Hills by Joel Sanders Architect and Haeahn Architecture

Image 1 of 17 from gallery of Seongbuk Gate Hills / Joel Sanders + Haeahn Architecture. Photograph by ChaiSoo Ok

Alan S. Lu’s “Voussoir Cloud”, a 3 dimensional structural tessellation created from laser-cut ultra-light materials.

Voussoir Cloud art installation is a site specific installation made with thin wood laminate. It was designed in 2008 for the Southern California Institute of Architecture gallery in Los Angeles by IwamotoScott Architecture and Buro Happold.

Archi-Union Architects completed the design and development of Tea House, an inspiring Chinese home built in the backyard of the studio’s offices in Shanghai. The aim of the project was to embody harmony by integrating enclosure and openness, delightful living spaces and logical construction. A “house-of-the-future” look is discharged by the minimalist concrete and glass exterior, the quadrilateral shape as well as the mature tree embedded in the design.

The Tea House was designed by Shanghai-based architectural design firm Archi-Union Architects. [quote]The Tea House, located in the backyard of Archi-Union

New era for King's Cross station as futuristic £500million concourse is unveiled

New era for King's Cross station as futuristic £500million concourse is unveiled

Architecture the new concourse at King's Cross railway station.ohn McAslan + Partners' new concourse at King's Cross railway station has a diagrid roof. Photography courtesy of John McAslan + Partners.

2 | A Wonderfully Surreal World, Where Buildings Are Shaped Like Guns And French Fries | Co.Design | business + design

A Wonderfully Surreal World, Where Buildings Are Shaped Like Guns And French Fries

"French fries building" - Victor Enrich is a Spanish photographer who rips all the science from architecture to create surreal and whimsical variations on existing buildings (her the Orchid Hotel of Tel Aviv)

House at Alibag by Malik Architecture

Designed by Indian studio Malik Architecture, House at Alibag is located on a hilltop facing the Mumbai skyline.

Roof visually disconnected from walls

Roof visually disconnected from walls

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