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Vera Dimi saved to All the good things in life
Image 8 of 16 from gallery of Termeh Office Commercial Building / Farshad Mehdizadeh Architects + Ahmad Bathaei. Photograph by Parham Taghioff
Shane Burger saved to Forms
Construída sob uma colina artificial, propriedade esconde interiores deslumbrantes
Casa Vogue saved to Arquitetura e Urbanismo
Kengo Kuma's Olympics' stadium and Zaha Hadid's Bee'ah Headquarters are among our picks of the most exciting new buildings opening in 2019.
CLARA TADDEI saved to architettura studio
Every now and then, we hear about funny architectural fails where lack of taste meets poor aesthetics and greets atrocious execution. Check out our previous features with such examples here, here, and here.
Alexa Garnier saved to Quello Che Mi Piace
It doesn’t happen often, but when old and new architecture are joined in a thoughtful manner, the results can be dazzling
Abdi Abdulkhadir saved to duality 2
♡❊ Classy Lady ❊♡ saved to Idea Pins by you
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Gallery of MVRDV Breaks Ground on Mixed-Use "Valley" to Inject Life into Amsterdam's Business District - 3
Image 3 of 29 from gallery of MVRDV Breaks Ground on Mixed-Use "Valley" to Inject Life into Amsterdam's Business District. © Vero Visuals / MVRDV
Milan-based Peter Pichler Architecture describes the new proposed Tree House project in the Italian Dolomites as a ‘slow down’ form of tourism, where “nature and the integration of architecture within it plays the primary role.” One glance of the first renderings and it’s easy to see what they mean.
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