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【2015 米蘭世博】再掀建築大戰,諾曼福斯特帶你走進阿聯館的中東「絲路」|MOT/TIMES 線上誌

designs by foster + partners have been unveiled for the united arab emirates' pavilion which will form part of the 2015 milan expo.

Baku Flame Towers / HOK

Gallery of Baku Flame Towers / HOK - 3

Image 3 of 11 from gallery of Baku Flame Towers / HOK. Photograph by Farid Khayrulin

Gallery of Akmani Legian / TWS Partners - 11

Gallery of Akmani Legian / TWS Partners - 11

The Orchidarium Professor Ruth Cardoso / Decio Tozzi

The Orchidarium Professor Ruth Cardoso / Decio Tozzi

Images by Ricardo Canton. The orchidarium Professor Ruth Cardoso has its form inspired on the “habitat” of the africans, indigenous and pré-colombian’s cultures.

Eco Garden Offices : Sustainable Urban Garden

Eco Garden Offices

Water treatment facility by Skylab Architecture with a grassy fin roof

Borregos Stadium, Aguascalientes, Mexico - Arkylab + Mauricio Ruiz #sport

Image 19 of 23 from gallery of Borregos Stadium / Arkylab + Mauricio Ruiz. Photograph by Oscar Hernandez

https://flic.kr/p/oaSQaY | Nuvist Architecture and Design

Sennkka Pier Lounge features sophisticated fluid design to create harmony with its surrounding. It is located at beachside, therefore, the structures need to

Brufe Social Center – Imago

Brufe Social Center / Imago

Musashino Place

kw+hg architects rounds out public library at musashino place (musashino city, tokyo)

Spectacular Optical Illusion In London’s Covent Garden by Alex Chinneck - iCreatived

This surrealistic architectural sculpture entitled “Take My Lightning But Don’t Steal My Thunder.” created by British artist Alex Chinneck. The project featuring a ‘levitating’ building in London’s Covent Garden. What do you think?

FH trier   one fine day: treehugger - designboom | architecture

Completed in 2011 in Koblenz, Germany. Images by Roland Borgmann. “Treehugger” is a pavilion that is currently exhibited at the National Garden Show (BuGA) 2011 in Koblenz, Germany.


Seven concrete fins provide a green roof that collects rainwater at this new engineering facility for a wastewater treatment plant in Portland, Oregon.