Tags: Architecture

cabbagerose:

via: desiretoinspire
balticavenue:

The Majolikahaus in Vienna, Austria
Designed by Otto Wagner, 1898-1899

balticavenue:

The Majolikahaus in Vienna, Austria

Designed by Otto Wagner, 1898-1899

(via queerkegaard)

y-o-g-u-r-t:

What the shower

this is frightening 

y-o-g-u-r-t:

What the shower

this is frightening 

(Source: designed-for-life, via du-st)

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(via luxuryon)

luxuryon:

Iturregi Hotel

(Source: dezeen.com, via luxuryon)

staceythinx:

This beautiful library by Li Xiaodong Atelier is nestled in the small village of Huairou in China. Its interior features plenty of cozy nooks and crannies to read in and great care was taken with the exterior to make sure that it would blend with its natural surroundings. I really want to hang out there even though I can’t read a word of Chinese. They’ve gotta have some picture books, don’t they?

(via fuckyeahbookarts)

fromeuropewithlove:

The Pantheon, Paris, France 

fromeuropewithlove:

The Pantheon, Paris, France 

(Source: flickr.com, via lajoiedespetiteschoses)

ysvoice:


| ♕ |  Maison de Pierreen Pierrefonds - Picardie, France  | by © S. Lo

via ysvoice : unikko-juice
thekhooll:

Casa Yucatan 
By Isay Weinfeld. Weinfeld has a signature look throughout his projects of infusing nature with architecture. This concept is manifested in multiple ways such as Weinfeld’s choice of materials, wood and stone, and his ability to incorporate several species of plants and water features within the residence.

thekhooll:

Casa Yucatan

By Isay WeinfeldWeinfeld has a signature look throughout his projects of infusing nature with architecture. This concept is manifested in multiple ways such as Weinfeld’s choice of materials, wood and stone, and his ability to incorporate several species of plants and water features within the residence.

(via luxuryon)

likeafieldmouse:

Sigmar Polke - Window for the Grossmunster Cathedral, Zurich (2010) - a mosaic of thinly sliced agate stones

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Tags: Architecture

rcruzniemiec:

Ark Rintala Eggertson Architects

“This free-standing wooden tower re-evaluates the concept of the ‘archive’. …The project investigates how small spaces can focus our energies and thoughts in moments of study, meditation and self-reflection. Accessed via a spiral staircase, the tower invites visitors to explore the structure, have a leisurely browse through the books, and select a private reading chamber in which to enjoy their selection.”

London’s Victoria & Albert Museum [via] 

(via queerkegaard)