We meditate

Photos from the interior and exterior of the Ripon Chapel, situated in Oxfordshire. Design by Niall McLaughlin architects.   ///  In the interior space the columns meet to form a filigree vault, allowing light from the clerestory to wash through the chapel. Its central feature is a lectern, emphasising the educational function of the space. From the exterior Its elliptical form presents an uncompromising and ‘proper’ architecture at ease with the majestic presence of surrounding mature trees.  Its delicate arboreal structure wrapped in an armature of stone, Ripon Collegeʼs new chapel is a subtle synthesis of nature and the sacred. (via ar)  Photos from the interior and exterior of the Ripon Chapel, situated in Oxfordshire. Design by Niall McLaughlin architects.   ///  In the interior space the columns meet to form a filigree vault, allowing light from the clerestory to wash through the chapel. Its central feature is a lectern, emphasising the educational function of the space. From the exterior Its elliptical form presents an uncompromising and ‘proper’ architecture at ease with the majestic presence of surrounding mature trees.  Its delicate arboreal structure wrapped in an armature of stone, Ripon Collegeʼs new chapel is a subtle synthesis of nature and the sacred. (via ar) Photos from the interior and exterior of the Ripon Chapel, situated in Oxfordshire. Design by Niall McLaughlin architects.   ///  In the interior space the columns meet to form a filigree vault, allowing light from the clerestory to wash through the chapel. Its central feature is a lectern, emphasising the educational function of the space. From the exterior Its elliptical form presents an uncompromising and ‘proper’ architecture at ease with the majestic presence of surrounding mature trees.  Its delicate arboreal structure wrapped in an armature of stone, Ripon Collegeʼs new chapel is a subtle synthesis of nature and the sacred. (via ar)Photos from the interior and exterior of the Ripon Chapel, situated in Oxfordshire. Design by Niall McLaughlin architects.   ///  In the interior space the columns meet to form a filigree vault, allowing light from the clerestory to wash through the chapel. Its central feature is a lectern, emphasising the educational function of the space. From the exterior Its elliptical form presents an uncompromising and ‘proper’ architecture at ease with the majestic presence of surrounding mature trees.  Its delicate arboreal structure wrapped in an armature of stone, Ripon Collegeʼs new chapel is a subtle synthesis of nature and the sacred. (via ar)

Photos from the interior and exterior of the Ripon Chapel, situated in Oxfordshire. Design by Niall McLaughlin architects. Photos by Dennis Gilbert.

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In the interior space the columns meet to form a filigree vault, allowing light from the clerestory to wash through the chapel. Its central feature is a lectern, emphasising the educational function of the space. From the exterior Its elliptical form presents an uncompromising and ‘proper’ architecture at ease with the majestic presence of surrounding mature trees.

Its delicate arboreal structure wrapped in an armature of stone, Ripon Collegeʼs new chapel is a subtle synthesis of nature and the sacred. (via ar)

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We layout

Graphic Layout Drawings by American artist and geometer Mark A Reynolds

Graphic Layout Drawings by American artist and geometer Mark A Reynolds /

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We go sightseeing

Series of photos from the large scale artwork called 'Projections', that was exhibited at the Grand Palais in Paris, by the Swiss artist Felice Varini. Series of photos from the large scale artwork called 'Projections', that was exhibited at the Grand Palais in Paris, by the Swiss artist Felice Varini. Series of photos from the large scale artwork called 'Projections', that was exhibited at the Grand Palais in Paris, by the Swiss artist Felice Varini. Series of photos from the large scale artwork called 'Projections', that was exhibited at the Grand Palais in Paris, by the Swiss artist Felice Varini. Series of photos from the large scale artwork called 'Projections', that was exhibited at the Grand Palais in Paris, by the Swiss artist Felice Varini.

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Series of photos from the large scale artwork called ‘Projections’, that was exhibited at the Grand Palais in Paris, by the Swiss artist Felice Varini.

We decorate

Slowwood’s philosophy is to create timeless pieces of quality furniture with a raw natural elegance and a low impact on the planet. Honest tactile products that are made to last and fit in your home easily. Each piece is handmade with love and attention by local craftsmen in Fryslan,Netherlands using solid wood, 100% natural finishes and mineral paint. Slowwood’s philosophy is to create timeless pieces of quality furniture with a raw natural elegance and a low impact on the planet. Honest tactile products that are made to last and fit in your home easily. Each piece is handmade with love and attention by local craftsmen in Fryslan,Netherlands using solid wood, 100% natural finishes and mineral paint. Slowwood’s philosophy is to create timeless pieces of quality furniture with a raw natural elegance and a low impact on the planet. Honest tactile products that are made to last and fit in your home easily. Each piece is handmade with love and attention by local craftsmen in Fryslan,Netherlands using solid wood, 100% natural finishes and mineral paint. Slowwood’s philosophy is to create timeless pieces of quality furniture with a raw natural elegance and a low impact on the planet. Honest tactile products that are made to last and fit in your home easily. Each piece is handmade with love and attention by local craftsmen in Fryslan,Netherlands using solid wood, 100% natural finishes and mineral paint.

Beautiful wooden tables designed by Slowwood

Slowwood’s philosophy is to create timeless pieces of quality furniture with a raw natural elegance and a low impact on the planet. Honest tactile products that are made to last and fit in your home easily. Each piece is handmade with love and attention by local craftsmen in Fryslan,Netherlands using solid wood, 100% natural finishes and mineral paint. (text via trendland.com)

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We are back on the grid

Serpentine Pavilion by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto 2013 London

Serpentine Pavilion by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto 2013 London Serpentine Pavilion by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto 2013 London Serpentine Pavilion by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto 2013 London Serpentine Pavilion by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto 2013 London

Our first architectural exploration in London, the amazing Serpentine Pavilion by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, 2013 London / Photographs © Hovercraftdoggy.com

 

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We make cuts

The Paper Torso Project, by Austrian artist & architect Horst Kiechle. The Australian architect is most known for his "archisculptures," where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. His templates and assembly instructions are available for free download on his website The Paper Torso Project, by Austrian artist & architect Horst Kiechle. The Australian architect is most known for his "archisculptures," where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. His templates and assembly instructions are available for free download on his website The Paper Torso Project, by Austrian artist & architect Horst Kiechle. The Australian architect is most known for his "archisculptures," where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. His templates and assembly instructions are available for free download on his websiteKIECHLE - PAPER TORSO (9) The Paper Torso Project, by Austrian artist & architect Horst Kiechle. The Australian architect is most known for his "archisculptures," where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. His templates and assembly instructions are available for free download on his website The Paper Torso Project, by Austrian artist & architect Horst Kiechle. The Australian architect is most known for his "archisculptures," where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. His templates and assembly instructions are available for free download on his websiteKIECHLE - PAPER TORSO (7) The Paper Torso Project, by Austrian artist & architect Horst Kiechle. The Australian architect is most known for his "archisculptures," where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. His templates and assembly instructions are available for free download on his website The Paper Torso Project, by Austrian artist & architect Horst Kiechle. The Australian architect is most known for his "archisculptures," where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. His templates and assembly instructions are available for free download on his website The Paper Torso Project, by Austrian artist & architect Horst Kiechle. The Australian architect is most known for his "archisculptures," where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. His templates and assembly instructions are available for free download on his website The Paper Torso Project, by Austrian artist & architect Horst Kiechle. The Australian architect is most known for his "archisculptures," where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. His templates and assembly instructions are available for free download on his website The Paper Torso Project, by Austrian artist & architect Horst Kiechle. The Australian architect is most known for his "archisculptures," where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. His templates and assembly instructions are available for free download on his website

The Paper Torso Project, by Austrian artist & architect Horst Kiechle. The Australian architect is most known for his “archisculptures,” where he takes paper and card to create intricate models and prototypes that are a cross between architecture and sculpture. His templates and assembly instructions are available for free download on his website

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We have a house

'House N' in Chiba, Japan designed by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects and photographed by Fumihiko Ikemoto / Hiroyuki Shinozaki and Sota Matsuura - have created a house that encapsulates a young family’s vision for both their present and their future. With its simple and perfect design, the building provides a subtle and comforting atmosphere. Clean not sterile, calm not cold, this home is a breath of fresh air, designed to be a living symbol of a family's life by utilizing its large roof and structure where shape, symmetry and quality materials take centre stage. 'House N' in Chiba, Japan designed by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects and photographed by Fumihiko Ikemoto / Hiroyuki Shinozaki and Sota Matsuura - have created a house that encapsulates a young family’s vision for both their present and their future. With its simple and perfect design, the building provides a subtle and comforting atmosphere. Clean not sterile, calm not cold, this home is a breath of fresh air, designed to be a living symbol of a family's life by utilizing its large roof and structure where shape, symmetry and quality materials take centre stage. 'House N' in Chiba, Japan designed by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects and photographed by Fumihiko Ikemoto / Hiroyuki Shinozaki and Sota Matsuura - have created a house that encapsulates a young family’s vision for both their present and their future. With its simple and perfect design, the building provides a subtle and comforting atmosphere. Clean not sterile, calm not cold, this home is a breath of fresh air, designed to be a living symbol of a family's life by utilizing its large roof and structure where shape, symmetry and quality materials take centre stage. 'House N' in Chiba, Japan designed by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects and photographed by Fumihiko Ikemoto / Hiroyuki Shinozaki and Sota Matsuura - have created a house that encapsulates a young family’s vision for both their present and their future. With its simple and perfect design, the building provides a subtle and comforting atmosphere. Clean not sterile, calm not cold, this home is a breath of fresh air, designed to be a living symbol of a family's life by utilizing its large roof and structure where shape, symmetry and quality materials take centre stage. 'House N' in Chiba, Japan designed by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects and photographed by Fumihiko Ikemoto / Hiroyuki Shinozaki and Sota Matsuura - have created a house that encapsulates a young family’s vision for both their present and their future. With its simple and perfect design, the building provides a subtle and comforting atmosphere. Clean not sterile, calm not cold, this home is a breath of fresh air, designed to be a living symbol of a family's life by utilizing its large roof and structure where shape, symmetry and quality materials take centre stage.

‘House N’ in Chiba, Japan designed by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects and photographed by Fumihiko Ikemoto / Hiroyuki Shinozaki and Sota Matsuura – have created a house that encapsulates a young family’s vision for both their present and their future. With its simple and perfect design, the building provides a subtle and comforting atmosphere. Clean not sterile, calm not cold, this home is a breath of fresh air, designed to be a living symbol of a family’s life by utilizing its large roof and structure where shape, symmetry and quality materials take centre stage.

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We feel light

A tent illuminated by night in the forest brings about images of calm and serenity - alexander lervik and johan carpner have translated this visual into a tangible object for the indoors. 'jeahna' features lightweight struts in black anodized aluminium covered by a white semi-transparent polyester, this structural framework typically used in the design of the outdoor shelters. like real tents, the pendant lamps can be disassembled and fit into a small bag. presented at stockholm furniture fair, the design is a result of a collaboration with swedish tentmaker hilleberg produced by zero lighting. it is available in three sizes ranging from 1.5 to 5.5. metres in diameter. A tent illuminated by night in the forest brings about images of calm and serenity - alexander lervik and johan carpner have translated this visual into a tangible object for the indoors. 'jeahna' features lightweight struts in black anodized aluminium covered by a white semi-transparent polyester, this structural framework typically used in the design of the outdoor shelters. like real tents, the pendant lamps can be disassembled and fit into a small bag. presented at stockholm furniture fair, the design is a result of a collaboration with swedish tentmaker hilleberg produced by zero lighting. it is available in three sizes ranging from 1.5 to 5.5. metres in diameter. A tent illuminated by night in the forest brings about images of calm and serenity - alexander lervik and johan carpner have translated this visual into a tangible object for the indoors. 'jeahna' features lightweight struts in black anodized aluminium covered by a white semi-transparent polyester, this structural framework typically used in the design of the outdoor shelters. like real tents, the pendant lamps can be disassembled and fit into a small bag. presented at stockholm furniture fair, the design is a result of a collaboration with swedish tentmaker hilleberg produced by zero lighting. it is available in three sizes ranging from 1.5 to 5.5. metres in diameter.

Tent Light by Johan Carpner and Alexander Lervik for zero lighting /

A tent illuminated by night in the forest brings about images of calm and serenity – alexander lervik and johan carpner have translated this visual into a tangible object for the indoors. ‘jeahna’ features lightweight struts in black anodized aluminium covered by a white semi-transparent polyester, this structural framework typically used in the design of the outdoor shelters. like real tents, the pendant lamps can be disassembled and fit into a small bag. presented at stockholm furniture fair, the design is a result of a collaboration with swedish tentmaker hilleberg produced by zero lighting. it is available in three sizes ranging from 1.5 to 5.5. metres in diameter. (via designboom) /

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We support each other

acrobats -balancing on the edge of a building / A stunning black and white photo capturing acrobats at the top of the Empire State Building performing the stunt during the opening of the building possibly on May 1, in the 1931.

A stunning black and white photo capturing acrobats at the top of the Empire State Building performing the stunt during the opening of the building possibly on May 1, in the 1931.

We are looking for a new place

'Cappadocia' - This rocky landscape is honeycombed with networks of ancient underground settlements and outstanding examples of Byzantine art as well as its troglodyte dwellings carved out of the rock and cities dug out into underground, in the region of Central Anatolia, largely in Nevşehir Province, Turkey'Cappadocia' - This rocky landscape is honeycombed with networks of ancient underground settlements and outstanding examples of Byzantine art as well as its troglodyte dwellings carved out of the rock and cities dug out into underground, in the region of Central Anatolia, largely in Nevşehir Province, Turkey 'Cappadocia' - This rocky landscape is honeycombed with networks of ancient underground settlements and outstanding examples of Byzantine art as well as its troglodyte dwellings carved out of the rock and cities dug out into underground, in the region of Central Anatolia, largely in Nevşehir Province, Turkey

‘Cappadocia‘ – This rocky landscape is honeycombed with networks of ancient underground settlements and outstanding examples of Byzantine art as well as its troglodyte dwellings carved out of the rock and cities dug out into underground, in the region of Central Anatolia, largely in Nevşehir Province, Turkey / Photos found here

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We love wood

'Ike' and 'Stella'  two sculptural wood tables by woodworking and furniture design student Nucharin Wangphongsawasd from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  Ike is an ash Hallway table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips to represent a progression in form start from solid close space to open space which provide light and airy feeling for the overall table.  Stella is an ash and wanut side table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips with technique using wedge to create tension between each strip for creating a structure which start from solid close space to open space.'Ike' and 'Stella'  two sculptural wood tables by woodworking and furniture design student Nucharin Wangphongsawasd from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  Ike is an ash Hallway table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips to represent a progression in form start from solid close space to open space which provide light and airy feeling for the overall table.  Stella is an ash and wanut side table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips with technique using wedge to create tension between each strip for creating a structure which start from solid close space to open space. 'Ike' and 'Stella'  two sculptural wood tables by woodworking and furniture design student Nucharin Wangphongsawasd from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  Ike is an ash Hallway table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips to represent a progression in form start from solid close space to open space which provide light and airy feeling for the overall table.  Stella is an ash and wanut side table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips with technique using wedge to create tension between each strip for creating a structure which start from solid close space to open space. 'Ike' and 'Stella'  two sculptural wood tables by woodworking and furniture design student Nucharin Wangphongsawasd from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  Ike is an ash Hallway table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips to represent a progression in form start from solid close space to open space which provide light and airy feeling for the overall table.  Stella is an ash and wanut side table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips with technique using wedge to create tension between each strip for creating a structure which start from solid close space to open space. 'Ike' and 'Stella'  two sculptural wood tables by woodworking and furniture design student Nucharin Wangphongsawasd from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  Ike is an ash Hallway table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips to represent a progression in form start from solid close space to open space which provide light and airy feeling for the overall table.  Stella is an ash and wanut side table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips with technique using wedge to create tension between each strip for creating a structure which start from solid close space to open space. 'Ike' and 'Stella'  two sculptural wood tables by woodworking and furniture design student Nucharin Wangphongsawasd from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  Ike is an ash Hallway table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips to represent a progression in form start from solid close space to open space which provide light and airy feeling for the overall table.  Stella is an ash and wanut side table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips with technique using wedge to create tension between each strip for creating a structure which start from solid close space to open space. 'Ike' and 'Stella'  two sculptural wood tables by woodworking and furniture design student Nucharin Wangphongsawasd from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  Ike is an ash Hallway table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips to represent a progression in form start from solid close space to open space which provide light and airy feeling for the overall table.  Stella is an ash and wanut side table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips with technique using wedge to create tension between each strip for creating a structure which start from solid close space to open space.

Meet ‘Ike’ and ‘Stella’  two sculptural wood tables by woodworking and furniture design student Nucharin Wangphongsawasd from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Ike is an ash Hallway table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips to represent a progression in form start from solid close space to open space which provide light and airy feeling for the overall table.

Stella is an ash and wanut side table inspired by repetitive pattern construct by using the mixing between hardwood and wooden strips with technique using wedge to create tension between each strip for creating a structure which start from solid close space to open space. (via design-milk)

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We build

'Master Plan' - sandcastles by Californian designer Chad Wright who in this fantastic artwork recreated a post-war suburbia on a beach by creating a plastic mould that could be filled with sand and lifted off to reveal simplified L-shaped bungalow forms. 'Master Plan' - sandcastles by Californian designer Chad Wright who in this fantastic artwork recreated a post-war suburbia on a beach by creating a plastic mould that could be filled with sand and lifted off to reveal simplified L-shaped bungalow forms. 'Master Plan' - sandcastles by Californian designer Chad Wright who in this fantastic artwork recreated a post-war suburbia on a beach by creating a plastic mould that could be filled with sand and lifted off to reveal simplified L-shaped bungalow forms. 'Master Plan' - sandcastles by Californian designer Chad Wright who in this fantastic artwork recreated a post-war suburbia on a beach by creating a plastic mould that could be filled with sand and lifted off to reveal simplified L-shaped bungalow forms. 'Master Plan' - sandcastles by Californian designer Chad Wright who in this fantastic artwork recreated a post-war suburbia on a beach by creating a plastic mould that could be filled with sand and lifted off to reveal simplified L-shaped bungalow forms.

‘Master Plan’ – sandcastles by Californian designer Chad Wright who in this fantastic artwork recreated a post-war suburbia on a beach by creating a plastic mould that could be filled with sand and lifted off to reveal simplified L-shaped bungalow forms. / Photographs by Lynn Kloythanomsup

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We analyse space

Series of photos from the amazing installation by Nendo at the Stockholm International Furniture Fair. Series of photos from the amazing installation by Nendo at the Stockholm International Furniture Fair. Series of photos from the amazing installation by Nendo at the Stockholm International Furniture Fair. Series of photos from the amazing installation by Nendo at the Stockholm International Furniture Fair.

Series of photos from the amazing installation by Nendo at the Stockholm International Furniture Fair.

An installation created for the entrance hall for the main exhibition space at the Stockholm International Furniture Fair 2013,by Nendo. They laser-cut and stretched 80 sheets of 5mm polystyrene into a set of partitions shaped like mountains, and arranged them to create a landscape of snow-capped mountain ranges in the space. It expresses the way design expands, starting from a single small idea- a method at the basis of our design philosophy. Nendo also wanted to minimize the exhibition’s environmental impact. They stretched the polystyrene sheets on site so that the delivery only needed one truck, and the sheets could be flattened for clearing from the site and recycled. / by designandprojects

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We align

aligned brick walls / Through the arches of the Balcombe viaduct. Extraordinary early 19th century architecture.  Photo taken in West Sussex, England,

Through the arches of the Balcombe viaduct. Extraordinary early 19th century architecture.

Photo taken in West Sussex, England, by skipnclick

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We change

Barcode Room by 'studio 01' - Alex Knezo and Akinori Hamada who designed a studio apartment made for a single resident and allows itself to be transformed into a space where one can live and friends can gather. Furniture-walls move freely from side to side on a track. storage is embedded within these bars, permitting the resident to customize the size of space to fit a variety of uses.Barcode Room by 'studio 01' - Alex Knezo and Akinori Hamada who designed a studio apartment made for a single resident and allows itself to be transformed into a space where one can live and friends can gather. Furniture-walls move freely from side to side on a track. storage is embedded within these bars, permitting the resident to customize the size of space to fit a variety of uses.  Barcode Room by 'studio 01' - Alex Knezo and Akinori Hamada who designed a studio apartment made for a single resident and allows itself to be transformed into a space where one can live and friends can gather. Furniture-walls move freely from side to side on a track. storage is embedded within these bars, permitting the resident to customize the size of space to fit a variety of uses. Barcode Room by 'studio 01' - Alex Knezo and Akinori Hamada who designed a studio apartment made for a single resident and allows itself to be transformed into a space where one can live and friends can gather. Furniture-walls move freely from side to side on a track. storage is embedded within these bars, permitting the resident to customize the size of space to fit a variety of uses. Barcode Room by 'studio 01' - Alex Knezo and Akinori Hamada who designed a studio apartment made for a single resident and allows itself to be transformed into a space where one can live and friends can gather. Furniture-walls move freely from side to side on a track. storage is embedded within these bars, permitting the resident to customize the size of space to fit a variety of uses.Barcode Room by 'studio 01' - Alex Knezo and Akinori Hamada who designed a studio apartment made for a single resident and allows itself to be transformed into a space where one can live and friends can gather. Furniture-walls move freely from side to side on a track. storage is embedded within these bars, permitting the resident to customize the size of space to fit a variety of uses.

Barcode Room by ‘studio 01’ – Alex Knezo and Akinori Hamada who designed a studio apartment made for a single resident and allows itself to be transformed into a space where one can live and friends can gather. Furniture-walls move freely from side to side on a track. storage is embedded within these bars, permitting the resident to customize the size of space to fit a variety of uses. (via designboom)

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We are farming

vertical-1 A transformation of an exterior wall in a small house outside Sao Paolo, by Rosenbaum. The wall has changed into a small vertical garden where series of cascading plastic bottles are hanging through strings.The plastic containers have been reused as planters filled with soil for different kinds of flowers, and medicinal herbs. vertical-2 A transformation of an exterior wall in a small house outside Sao Paolo, by Rosenbaum. The wall has changed into a small vertical garden where series of cascading plastic bottles are hanging through strings.The plastic containers have been reused as planters filled with soil for different kinds of flowers, and medicinal herbs. vertical-3 A transformation of an exterior wall in a small house outside Sao Paolo, by Rosenbaum. The wall has changed into a small vertical garden where series of cascading plastic bottles are hanging through strings.The plastic containers have been reused as planters filled with soil for different kinds of flowers, and medicinal herbs. vertical-6 A transformation of an exterior wall in a small house outside Sao Paolo, by Rosenbaum. The wall has changed into a small vertical garden where series of cascading plastic bottles are hanging through strings.The plastic containers have been reused as planters filled with soil for different kinds of flowers, and medicinal herbs.

A transformation of an exterior wall in a small house outside Sao Paolo, by Rosenbaum architects. The wall has changed into a small vertical garden where a series of cascading plastic bottles are hanging from strings. The plastic containers have been reused as planters filled with soil for different kinds of flowers, and medicinal herbs.

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Inside Out

The ARK Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson as part of the '1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces' exhibition back in 2010 at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, UK. The structure consisted of a timber tower with walls of books enclosing a spiral stair case and a central core. The central core was ergonomically scaled to create generous knooks to indulge in one of the many books that made up the walls. The ARK Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson as part of the '1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces' exhibition back in 2010 at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, UK. The structure consisted of a timber tower with walls of books enclosing a spiral stair case and a central core. The central core was ergonomically scaled to create generous knooks to indulge in one of the many books that made up the walls. The ARK Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson as part of the '1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces' exhibition back in 2010 at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, UK. The structure consisted of a timber tower with walls of books enclosing a spiral stair case and a central core. The central core was ergonomically scaled to create generous knooks to indulge in one of the many books that made up the walls.The ARK Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson as part of the '1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces' exhibition back in 2010 at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, UK. The structure consisted of a timber tower with walls of books enclosing a spiral stair case and a central core. The central core was ergonomically scaled to create generous knooks to indulge in one of the many books that made up the walls.

The ARK Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson as part of the ‘1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces’ exhibition back in 2010 at the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) in London, UK. The structure consisted of a timber tower with walls of books enclosing a spiral stair case and a central core. The central core was ergonomically scaled to create generous knooks to indulge in one of the many books that made up the walls. / photographs by Pasi Aalto

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We need to clear out

Kitchen Portraits' by Dutch photographer Erik Klein Wolterink, who opened cupboards, drawers, fridges and ovens and photographed each piece separately and reconstructed the images again to one unit. Kitchen Portraits' by Dutch photographer Erik Klein Wolterink, who opened cupboards, drawers, fridges and ovens and photographed each piece separately and reconstructed the images again to one unit. Kitchen Portraits' by Dutch photographer Erik Klein Wolterink, who opened cupboards, drawers, fridges and ovens and photographed each piece separately and reconstructed the images again to one unit. Kitchen Portraits' by Dutch photographer Erik Klein Wolterink, who opened cupboards, drawers, fridges and ovens and photographed each piece separately and reconstructed the images again to one unit. Kitchen Portraits' by Dutch photographer Erik Klein Wolterink, who opened cupboards, drawers, fridges and ovens and photographed each piece separately and reconstructed the images again to one unit. Kitchen Portraits by Dutch photographer Erik Klein Wolterink, who opened cupboards, drawers, fridges and ovens and photographed each piece separately and reconstructed the images again to one unit.

‘Kitchen Portraits’ by Dutch photographer Erik Klein Wolterink, who opened cupboards, drawers, fridges and ovens and photographed each piece separately and reconstructed the images again to one unit.

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We balance

'Minimato' - minimalistic side table, designed by Matthias Ferwagner and produced by furniture manufacturer Nils Holger Moormann

‘Minimato’ – minimalistic side table, designed by Matthias Ferwagner and produced by furniture manufacturer Nils Holger Moormann / photographs © Nils Holger Moormann GmbH

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Leaf

Gare des Guillemins, Liege by architect Santiago Calatrava

Gare des Guillemins, Liege by architect Santiago Calatrava / photographed by ‘Matam’

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Dotted Facade

The Design Hub - new design department headquarters of Melbourne's Institute of Technology, designed by Sean Godsell Architects in conjunction with Peddle Thorp Architects, featuring a facade made thousands of discs creating an almost honeycomb effect and functioning as automated sunshades. The Design Hub - new design department headquarters of Melbourne's Institute of Technology, designed by Sean Godsell Architects in conjunction with Peddle Thorp Architects, featuring a facade made thousands of discs creating an almost honeycomb effect and functioning as automated sunshades. The Design Hub - new design department headquarters of Melbourne's Institute of Technology, designed by Sean Godsell Architects in conjunction with Peddle Thorp Architects, featuring a facade made thousands of discs creating an almost honeycomb effect and functioning as automated sunshades. The Design Hub - new design department headquarters of Melbourne's Institute of Technology, designed by Sean Godsell Architects in conjunction with Peddle Thorp Architects, featuring a facade made thousands of discs creating an almost honeycomb effect and functioning as automated sunshades. The Design Hub - new design department headquarters of Melbourne's Institute of Technology, designed by Sean Godsell Architects in conjunction with Peddle Thorp Architects, featuring a facade made thousands of discs creating an almost honeycomb effect and functioning as automated sunshades. The Design Hub - new design department headquarters of Melbourne's Institute of Technology, designed by Sean Godsell Architects in conjunction with Peddle Thorp Architects, featuring a facade made thousands of discs creating an almost honeycomb effect and functioning as automated sunshades.

The Design Hub – new design department headquarters of Melbourne’s Institute of Technology, designed by Sean Godsell Architects in conjunction with Peddle Thorp Architects, featuring a facade made thousands of discs creating an almost honeycomb effect and functioning as automated sunshades. / Photographs by Earl Carter

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We make models

'Shelter of Nostalgia' -  tree house-like cabins by Thai designer Worapong Manupipatpong, built up around a column of a building rather than over the branches of a tree for the “Politics of ME”, an exhibition taking place at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre in Thailand.'Shelter of Nostalgia' -  tree house-like cabins by Thai designer Worapong Manupipatpong, built up around a column of a building rather than over the branches of a tree for the “Politics of ME”, an exhibition taking place at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre in Thailand. 'Shelter of Nostalgia' -  tree house-like cabins by Thai designer Worapong Manupipatpong, built up around a column of a building rather than over the branches of a tree for the “Politics of ME”, an exhibition taking place at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre in Thailand. 'Shelter of Nostalgia' -  tree house-like cabins by Thai designer Worapong Manupipatpong, built up around a column of a building rather than over the branches of a tree for the “Politics of ME”, an exhibition taking place at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre in Thailand.

‘Shelter of Nostalgia’ –  tree house-like cabins by Thai designer Worapong Manupipatpong, built up around a column of a building rather than over the branches of a tree for the “Politics of ME”, an exhibition taking place at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre in Thailand.

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We will be back

'The London Eye' - a giant 135 metres (443 ft) tall Ferris wheel sitting on the banks of the River Thames in London, England.

‘The London Eye’ – a giant 135 metres (443 ft) tall Ferris wheel sitting on the banks of the River Thames in London, England. Captured by young German photographer Laszlo Schürbüscher

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Vertical Horizon

Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer Urban Hong Kong gets a new perspective through the lens of this French photographer

French-born, Hong Kong–based photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagreze presents a unique, worm’s eye view of Hong Kong with his new series, Vertical Horizon. Hong Kong is known for its high density architecture, with buildings rising up continuously as the city grows over the years. This photo series puts into perspective. (via acclaimmag)

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We have a long way to go

'The Great Wall at Dawn' - the Great Wall of China

‘The Great Wall at Dawn’ – the Great Wall of China, captured by Dublin based architectural and performance photographer Ste Murray

 

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We cannot find the exit

'Wall of Doors' - an interior wall composed of old, vintage, re-purposed white wooden doors by Dutch designer, Piet Hein Eek in an effort to preserve the memory of the old buildings that were torn down in order to build this new residential loft.

‘Wall of Doors’ – an interior wall composed of old, vintage, re-purposed white wooden doors by Dutch designer, Piet Hein Eek in an effort to preserve the memory of the old buildings that were torn down in order to build this new residential loft.

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We grow trees

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The Treehouse at Loch Goil, Scotland, as part of the 5-star hotel and popular wedding location ‘The Lodge’ / photographed by Craig & Eva Sanders

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We wave

From the series 'Metropolis' - the Metropolis Apartment Building in Copenhagen, Denmark by Future Systems and Danielsen Architecture photographed by Danish freelance architectural- and landscape photographer Kim HøltermandFrom the series 'Metropolis' - the Metropolis Apartment Building in Copenhagen, Denmark by Future Systems and Danielsen Architecture photographed by Danish freelance architectural- and landscape photographer Kim Høltermand From the series 'Metropolis' - the Metropolis Apartment Building in Copenhagen, Denmark by Future Systems and Danielsen Architecture photographed by Danish freelance architectural- and landscape photographer Kim Høltermand From the series 'Metropolis' - the Metropolis Apartment Building in Copenhagen, Denmark by Future Systems and Danielsen Architecture photographed by Danish freelance architectural- and landscape photographer Kim Høltermand From the series 'Metropolis' - the Metropolis Apartment Building in Copenhagen, Denmark by Future Systems and Danielsen Architecture photographed by Danish freelance architectural- and landscape photographer Kim Høltermand

From the series ‘Metropolis’ – the Metropolis Apartment Building in Copenhagen, Denmark by Future Systems and Danielsen Architecture photographed by Danish freelance architectural- and landscape photographer Kim Høltermand

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We garden

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In one of Tokyo’s densest neighborhoods Ryue Nishizawa has built House & Garden, a four-story study-residence for two writer-editors. The intention of the architect – Kazuyo Sejima’s partner in SANAA – was to come up with a transparent and totally permeable building. Rooms are joined with gardens, blurring the lines between interior and exterior, and spaces are fragmented. Climate comfort is achieved through fine glass walls placed at strategic places and with rails and curtains organizing everyday life. In an urban environment where lighting conditions are not ideal, the building seeks to bring in as much sunlight as possible by interspersing gardens with roofs on all floors, and creates a plant screen that protects the privacy of the inhabitants while allowing in daylight. / photographed by Iwaan Baan

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We step up

Beautiful black and white photograph of the concrete staircases at Estádio Municipal de Braga, Portugal by famous Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura

Beautiful black and white photograph of the concrete staircases at Estádio Municipal de Braga, Portugal by famous Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura / unknown photographer

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We left the light on

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Photograph of a beautiful sand castle illuminated with lights  / unknown photographer

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We dream of a new home

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Great view from the Centre Pompidou overlooking beautiful, classical Parisian buildings / photographed by Ryan Schude

 

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The Modern Dog

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Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto’s fabulous home for his Boston terrier ///

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We are on a high

Great monochrome black and white photograph of a roller-coaster in the clouds / unknown photographer

Great monochrome black and white photograph of a roller-coaster in the clouds / unknown photographer

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We are sleepy

From the series: 'Sleeper in Metropolis' a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus Gruenwald From the series: 'Sleeper in Metropolis' a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus Gruenwald From the series: 'Sleeper in Metropolis' a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus GruenwaldFrom the series: 'Sleeper in Metropolis' a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus GruenwaldFrom the series: 'Sleeper in Metropolis' a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus Gruenwald

From the series: ‘Sleeper in Metropolis’ a set of great cityscapes photographs subtitled “fragments of urban living…”, capturing the essence of large metropolitan area during the night by photographer Nikolaus Gruenwald

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We are missing a piece

In the 1970s, art afficinados and Best founders, Sydney and Frances Lewis, contracted with architect James Wines and his firm, “Sculpture in the Environment” (SITE), to design several unorthodox, irreverent, imaginative and ironic retail showrooms. The basic, utilitarian, windowless box that was Best was having its façade manipulated, deconstructed, extruded, displaced and generally distorted. In the 1970s, art afficinados and Best founders, Sydney and Frances Lewis, contracted with architect James Wines and his firm, “Sculpture in the Environment” (SITE), to design several unorthodox, irreverent, imaginative and ironic retail showrooms. The basic, utilitarian, windowless box that was Best was having its façade manipulated, deconstructed, extruded, displaced and generally distorted.beIn the 1970s, art afficinados and Best founders, Sydney and Frances Lewis, contracted with architect James Wines and his firm, “Sculpture in the Environment” (SITE), to design several unorthodox, irreverent, imaginative and ironic retail showrooms. The basic, utilitarian, windowless box that was Best was having its façade manipulated, deconstructed, extruded, displaced and generally distorted. In the 1970s, art afficinados and Best founders, Sydney and Frances Lewis, contracted with architect James Wines and his firm, “Sculpture in the Environment” (SITE), to design several unorthodox, irreverent, imaginative and ironic retail showrooms. The basic, utilitarian, windowless box that was Best was having its façade manipulated, deconstructed, extruded, displaced and generally distorted.

In the 1970s, art afficinados and Best founders, Sydney and Frances Lewis, contracted with architect James Wines and his firm, “Sculpture in the Environment” (SITE), to design several unorthodox, irreverent, imaginative and ironic retail showrooms. The basic, utilitarian, windowless box that was Best was having its façade manipulated, deconstructed, extruded, displaced and generally distorted.

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Garden City

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‘Midtown’ – This is the view overlooking Central Park from the 35th floor of the Time Warner building, which is the lobby lounge of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. That’s W 59th Street below. / Photographed by Grey van der Meer

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We daydream

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A great photograph of a beautiful canal in Venice, Italy, capturing its wonderful color tones and peaceful and history atmosphere / taken by ‘Cassie’

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We want a bathtub

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The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands designed by Benthem Crouwel Architects and photographed by Jannes Linders /// The Stedelijk Museum is internationally known and renowned for its commendable collection of contemporary art. Although its collection is equivalent with the international top museums in this field, the building was outdated. With the position on the Museumplein (Museum square) in Amsterdam, where the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Concertgebouw also are situated, this created a great opportunity to be back at the top of the museums hit-list with this fantastic expansion. It’s smooth white volume, made from fiber enforced composite is also known as ‘the bathtub’.

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New meets Old

Convent de Sant Francesc remodeled by architect David Closes is a church located in Santpedor, Spain Convent de Sant Francesc remodeled by architect David Closes is a church located in Santpedor, Spain Convent de Sant Francesc remodeled by architect David Closes is a church located in Santpedor, SpainConvent de Sant Francesc remodeled by architect David Closes is a church located in Santpedor, Spain

Convent de Sant Francesc remodeled by architect David Closes is a church located in Santpedor, Spain. Built between 1721 and 1729 by Franciscan priests the church was long abandoned and its convent complex was demolished in 2000. The church renovation began in 2003 and the original building that stood in ruins was enhanced with some modern elements yet the traces of time and wear were preserved as part of the building’s history. The church was turned into an auditorium, cultural space while the upper levels of the chapels are to be turned into a historical archive.

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Colouring patterns

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‘Ecology of Color’ -beautiful, colorful building project located at the ‘Ecology Island’ in Dartford’s Central Park, UK / designed in cooperation with design studio Nous Vous and architecture practice Studio Weave (alongside Artlands, Dartford Council and Arts Council England.

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We find space

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Beautiful and clever hidden under-staircase storage / This project was implemented in a home called Azuki Saichu. It’s used to store the owner’s extensive collection of pottery

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We slide

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Wooden Slide built into a small stepped home library in the ‘Panorama House, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea designed by architect Moon Hoon

A statement by the architect:

The basic request of upper and lower spatial organization and the shape of the site prompted a long and tin house with fluctuating facade which would allow for more differentiated view. The key was coming up with a multi-functional space which is a large staircase, bookshelves, casual reading space, home cinema, slide and many more…
The client was very pleased with the design, and the initial design was accepted and finalized almost instantly, only with minor adjustments. The kitchen and dining space is another important space where family gathers to bond. The TV was pushed away to a smaller living room. The attic is where the best view is possible, it is used as a play room for younger kids. The multi-use stair and slice space brings much active energy to the house, not only children, but also grown ups love the slide staircase…An action filled playful house for all ages…

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We make things fit

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Floating Heads by Thomas Lamadieu drawing art sky buildlings perspective gaps city archtiecture sketces fun beautiful amazing 3d drawings artist
Floating Heads by Thomas Lamadieu drawing art sky buildlings perspective gaps city archtiecture sketces fun beautiful amazing 3d drawings artist
Floating Heads by Thomas Lamadieu drawing art sky buildlings perspective gaps city archtiecture sketces fun beautiful amazing 3d drawings artist
Floating Heads by Thomas Lamadieu drawing art sky buildlings perspective gaps city archtiecture sketces fun beautiful amazing 3d drawings artist
Floating Heads by Thomas Lamadieu drawing art sky buildlings perspective gaps city archtiecture sketces fun beautiful amazing 3d drawings artist

From his series ‘Sky Art’  – a set of wonderful, fun and creative sketch illustrations, drawn within the narrow confines of rooftops and tiny slices of sky by French artist Thomas Lamadieu

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We stand firm

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‘NYC: Miss Liberty’ – beautiful monochrome black and white photograph of the Statue of Liberty in New York City / photographed by Nina Papiorek

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We want a townhouse

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Modern Townhouse in Gelukstraat, Ghent, Belgium by  Dierendonck Blancke Architecten. Designed as a small 89 sqm house extension on this very small plot in the centre of city, the architects came up with a very simple yet innovative design solution, featuring an only 2mm thick black PVC-film as outer cladding. / photographed by Filip Dujardin

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We want an island

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From his series ‘Still’ – a beautiful photograph of Mont Saint-Michel, documenting the stillness and serenity of water by Hungarian photographer Akos Major / Mont Saint-Michel is a rocky tidal island 247 acres in size, and is a commune in Normandy, France. It is located approximately one kilometre off the country’s northwestern coast, at the mouth of the Couesnon River near Avranches.

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We decorate

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Photograph of a beautiful Georgian House in Notting Hill, London with its facade decorated with a vast amount of colorful flowers / photographed by Kevin Oliver

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We leave the light on

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Beautiful photograph of a large apartment tower in Gelsenkirchen, Germany by Munich-based Basti Arlt / Visit his website to see more of his work

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Monochrome Modernity

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From the series ‘U.A.E.’, a set of fantastic monochrome black and white photographs capturing the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, by Berlin-based photographer Ronny Behnert / Visit his website for many of his beautiful black and white photography,

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