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Weekend House, Sykia, Greece, 1951 Aris Konstantinidis

Weekend House, Sykia, Greece, 1951 Aris Konstantinidis

Aris Konstantinidis - Weekend House, Sykia, Greece, 1951

Aris Konstantinidis - Weekend House, Sykia, Greece, 1951

Studio d’Architettura Martino Pedrozzi, Mendrisio

holiday home - Studio d’Architettura Martino Pedrozzi, Mendrisio

Aris Konstantinidis: "Houses of stone", Greece

Aris Konstantinidis: "Houses of stone", Greece

House for two families at Kouzounos Kouzounos - Spetses, Attica, Greece; Aris Konstantinidis “see map ”

wang shu wall detail - Google Search

Architect Wang Shu’s Ningbo History Museum in Ningbo, China incorporates “Wa Pan” into its exterior; a traditional building technique that uses found material fragments.

Trullo renovation - Elia Mangia - Built-in stone stairs painted white - Vernacular architecture italy

K.Papapanayotou House 1962_Aris Konstantinidis

Papapanayotou House Konstantinidis so cool

Aris Konstantinidis (1913-1993). Case di pietra, Grecia, 1962-1978

Aris Konstantinidis Case di pietra, Grecia, © by Aris e Dimitri Konstantinidis

The Art of Building Reception: Aris Konstantinidis behind the Global Published Life of his Weekend House in Anavyssos (1962–2014)

The Art of Building Reception: Aris Konstantinidis behind the Global Published Life of his Weekend House in Anavyssos

Aris Konstantinidis, Studies for Week-end houses, 1942-1945

Aris Konstantinidis, Studies for Week-end houses,

Sverre Fehn, Museo Hedmark, Hamar, Noruega, 1967-2005 "MANUAL DE REHABILITACIÓN" http://www.santiagodemolina.com/2015/06/manual-de-rehabilitacion.html

subtilitas: “Sverre Fehn - Hedmark County Museum (renovation of a historic barn and medieval castle grounds), Hamar Via, photos © Helene Binet.

wang shu / academy of art hangzhou

The Reading Nest: A New Installation by Mark Reigelman Using Reclaimed Boards wood nests installation architecture

Gallery of Tibet Namchabawa Visitor Centre / standardarchitecture - 11

sigurd lewerentz - Google Search

sigurd lewerentz Not sure where or what building .

An Analysis of the Structure of the Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella: From Antichità Romane, 1756 Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italian, 1720–1778) Etching, plate 49 of Antichità Romane, vol. 3, first edition

Plan of the Mausoleum of Caecilia Metella, wife of the Triumvir Marcus Crassus., from Le Antichità Romane (Roman Antiquities), tome tavola 49

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