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Vertical textile sliding panel blind SPECIAL Hunter Douglas

Vertical textile sliding panel blind SPECIAL Hunter Douglas

https://www.behance.net/gallery/36593465/LPP-Office-Park-Gdansk

[LPP Office Park, Gdansk] opening of the screen as a central element for the opening of the ground floor / / good way finding internally towards the park as well

Timber & Green Facade

beautiful facade with living walls, wood, metal and glass Vertical Living Gallery in Bangkok Thailand Architects: Sansiri PCL Landscape Architect: Shma Company Limited (Photo: Wison Tungthunya)

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Volume B store / Marcio Kogan

Built by Marcio Kogan in Sao Paulo, Brazil with date Images by Fran Parente. This project is the retail furniture store Vitra located in São Paulo. We used the materials in their extreme condi.

Estudios Donceles

Image 1 of 17 from gallery of Donceles Studios / JC Arquitectura + O’Gorman & Hagerman. Photograph by Blademir Álvarez

Stacking Green - fonte:dezeen  by Vo-Trong-Nghia

Stacking Green by Vo Trong Nghia. A dozen layers of concrete planters create a vertical garden on the facade of this house in Ho Chi Minh City by Vietnamese architects Vo Trong Nghia Architects.

Nakamura’s Optical Glass House is composed of roughly 6000 glass blocks strung together by stainless steel. The soundproof blocks not only cancel out the bustling cars and trams but they also create a façade that functions much like an urban noren -allowing light and air to pass through while revealing only a mosaic of the lush garden inside

Nakamura’s Optical Glass House is composed of roughly 6000 glass blocks strung together by stainless steel. Soundproof the façade cancel out external noise while allowing light and air to pass through and revealing only a mosaic of the lush garden inside.

clyfford still museum

Detail of facade. Concrete was allowed to leach out of the formwork to create the roughly bevelled texture

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Increasing importance of Arab culture in Paris: Institut du monde arabe (architect : Jean Nouvel ; photography : Simon Gardiner), in Paris-France.