4th Dec 201312:20415 notes


Een bankje tussen de heggen in het Brusselse Jardin d’Albertine, CNC gesneden ontwerp van de Poolse Paweł Grobelny.

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Located in Brunswick East, an inner-northern suburb of Melbourne, architect Anthony Clarke of Black Line One X Architecture Studio (BLOXAS) had two key challenges when designing the Profile House. His clients had lived in the existing timber bungalow for over ten years, but the family of five had outgrown the two bedroom house. They needed more space and wanted an interconnected family-friendly style of living that also offered an indoor-outdoor flow.

Secondly, there were security issues to consider as the western edge of the site faces onto an industrial area of brick and corrugated iron warehouses - some in use, with others lying empty. Clarke responded to this aspect of the brief by designing a high boundary timber wall/fence that follows the form of the interior spaces while referencing the industrial rooflines of the neighbouring buildings. Rough-sawn overlapped Victorian ash timber cladding was used, and the finish will weather over time to a subtle grey hue.

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Abbotsford Warehouse Apartments by ITN Architects

When it comes to architecture a seriously large chunk of my heart is reserved for industrial buildings and warehouse residential conversions. This being a very good example. Seriously though, concrete floors, big windows, exposed brick and wood beams, and a workbench converted to a kitchen counter? Need I say more? 

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春はお外で (by leaf**)

1st Aug 201301:077,495 notes

Sometimes you’ve gotta jump in the deep end and be brave. #notetoself #nothingisoutofreach #mysticapp #mortalmuses #ourcollectiveplayground #40inparadise #thebeautyconnection
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The Oceanographic Museum - Monte Carlo, Monaco
This monumental architectural work of art has an impressive façade above the sea, towering over the sheer cliff face to a height of 279 feet (85.04 m). It took 11 years to build, using 100,000 tons of stone from La Turbie. The museum is home to exhibitions and collections of various species of sea fauna (starfish, seahorses, turtles, jellyfish, crabs, lobsters, rays, sharks, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, eels, cuttlefish etc.) both stuffed and in skeletal form. The museum’s holdings also include a great variety of sea related objects, including model ships, sea animal skeletons, tools, weapons, etc.
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Mystical Waters, Yosemite National Park, Califor (by crystalbeta)
5th Jul 201320:40214 notes

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Tito Traversa, who passed away today after severe injuries sustained in a 50-foot ground fall from incorrectly slung draws. 
rest in peace, little dude.
5th Jul 201320:3879 notes
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