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(by o.ma_)
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Cecilia Puga - Casa Bahia Azul, Bahia Azul 2002 Via, photos (C) Cristobal Palma. 
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Cecilia Puga - Casa Bahia Azul, Bahia Azul 2002 Via, photos (C) Cristobal Palma. 
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Cecilia Puga - Casa Bahia Azul, Bahia Azul 2002 Via, photos (C) Cristobal Palma. 
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Cecilia Puga - Casa Bahia Azul, Bahia Azul 2002 Via, photos (C) Cristobal Palma. 
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Cecilia Puga - Casa Bahia Azul, Bahia Azul 2002 Via, photos (C) Cristobal Palma. 
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ryanpanos:

Buildings Made of Sky | Peter Wegner | Via
Photographer Peter Wegner points and shoots his lens at nothingness, hoping to capture the invisible worlds that elude us in day-to-day living. For Buildings Made of Sky, the artist captures the sky as seen through urban landscapes, framing the empty space in such a way that reveals skyscraper forms running perpendicular to the cityscape below. Shooting from dusk until dawn, Wegner catalogs the small changes in atmosphere that color his imagined buildings shades of pale pink and deep purples.
ryanpanos:

Buildings Made of Sky | Peter Wegner | Via
Photographer Peter Wegner points and shoots his lens at nothingness, hoping to capture the invisible worlds that elude us in day-to-day living. For Buildings Made of Sky, the artist captures the sky as seen through urban landscapes, framing the empty space in such a way that reveals skyscraper forms running perpendicular to the cityscape below. Shooting from dusk until dawn, Wegner catalogs the small changes in atmosphere that color his imagined buildings shades of pale pink and deep purples.
ryanpanos:

Buildings Made of Sky | Peter Wegner | Via
Photographer Peter Wegner points and shoots his lens at nothingness, hoping to capture the invisible worlds that elude us in day-to-day living. For Buildings Made of Sky, the artist captures the sky as seen through urban landscapes, framing the empty space in such a way that reveals skyscraper forms running perpendicular to the cityscape below. Shooting from dusk until dawn, Wegner catalogs the small changes in atmosphere that color his imagined buildings shades of pale pink and deep purples.
ryanpanos:

Buildings Made of Sky | Peter Wegner | Via
Photographer Peter Wegner points and shoots his lens at nothingness, hoping to capture the invisible worlds that elude us in day-to-day living. For Buildings Made of Sky, the artist captures the sky as seen through urban landscapes, framing the empty space in such a way that reveals skyscraper forms running perpendicular to the cityscape below. Shooting from dusk until dawn, Wegner catalogs the small changes in atmosphere that color his imagined buildings shades of pale pink and deep purples.
ryanpanos:

Buildings Made of Sky | Peter Wegner | Via
Photographer Peter Wegner points and shoots his lens at nothingness, hoping to capture the invisible worlds that elude us in day-to-day living. For Buildings Made of Sky, the artist captures the sky as seen through urban landscapes, framing the empty space in such a way that reveals skyscraper forms running perpendicular to the cityscape below. Shooting from dusk until dawn, Wegner catalogs the small changes in atmosphere that color his imagined buildings shades of pale pink and deep purples.
ryanpanos:

Buildings Made of Sky | Peter Wegner | Via
Photographer Peter Wegner points and shoots his lens at nothingness, hoping to capture the invisible worlds that elude us in day-to-day living. For Buildings Made of Sky, the artist captures the sky as seen through urban landscapes, framing the empty space in such a way that reveals skyscraper forms running perpendicular to the cityscape below. Shooting from dusk until dawn, Wegner catalogs the small changes in atmosphere that color his imagined buildings shades of pale pink and deep purples.
ryanpanos:

Buildings Made of Sky | Peter Wegner | Via
Photographer Peter Wegner points and shoots his lens at nothingness, hoping to capture the invisible worlds that elude us in day-to-day living. For Buildings Made of Sky, the artist captures the sky as seen through urban landscapes, framing the empty space in such a way that reveals skyscraper forms running perpendicular to the cityscape below. Shooting from dusk until dawn, Wegner catalogs the small changes in atmosphere that color his imagined buildings shades of pale pink and deep purples.
ryanpanos:

Buildings Made of Sky | Peter Wegner | Via
Photographer Peter Wegner points and shoots his lens at nothingness, hoping to capture the invisible worlds that elude us in day-to-day living. For Buildings Made of Sky, the artist captures the sky as seen through urban landscapes, framing the empty space in such a way that reveals skyscraper forms running perpendicular to the cityscape below. Shooting from dusk until dawn, Wegner catalogs the small changes in atmosphere that color his imagined buildings shades of pale pink and deep purples.
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uglybelgianhouses:

Dear Belgium, I’m running out of pyramid jokes.
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enochliew:

IULM Knowledge Transfer Centre by 5+1AA
A mimetic building in respect to the surrounding area. Bricks, exposed concrete, glass, plaster.
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IULM Knowledge Transfer Centre by 5+1AA
A mimetic building in respect to the surrounding area. Bricks, exposed concrete, glass, plaster.
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Lacroix Chessex - House in Les Jeurs, 2013. Photos (C) Joel Tettamanti.
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Lacroix Chessex - House in Les Jeurs, 2013. Photos (C) Joel Tettamanti.
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Lacroix Chessex - House in Les Jeurs, 2013. Photos (C) Joel Tettamanti.
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Lacroix Chessex - House in Les Jeurs, 2013. Photos (C) Joel Tettamanti.
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Lacroix Chessex - House in Les Jeurs, 2013. Photos (C) Joel Tettamanti.
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mymodernmet:

This fragmented wooden installation, developed by Australia-based firm March Studio, is a beautifully textured ceiling and staircase design located in the entranceway of the Nishi building in Canberra, Australia. The installation involves more than 2,000 pieces of reclaimed wood that are suspended from the ceiling in rows of wooden planks, in addition to countless pieces of wood within the cascading staircase.
mymodernmet:

This fragmented wooden installation, developed by Australia-based firm March Studio, is a beautifully textured ceiling and staircase design located in the entranceway of the Nishi building in Canberra, Australia. The installation involves more than 2,000 pieces of reclaimed wood that are suspended from the ceiling in rows of wooden planks, in addition to countless pieces of wood within the cascading staircase.
mymodernmet:

This fragmented wooden installation, developed by Australia-based firm March Studio, is a beautifully textured ceiling and staircase design located in the entranceway of the Nishi building in Canberra, Australia. The installation involves more than 2,000 pieces of reclaimed wood that are suspended from the ceiling in rows of wooden planks, in addition to countless pieces of wood within the cascading staircase.
mymodernmet:

This fragmented wooden installation, developed by Australia-based firm March Studio, is a beautifully textured ceiling and staircase design located in the entranceway of the Nishi building in Canberra, Australia. The installation involves more than 2,000 pieces of reclaimed wood that are suspended from the ceiling in rows of wooden planks, in addition to countless pieces of wood within the cascading staircase.
mymodernmet:

This fragmented wooden installation, developed by Australia-based firm March Studio, is a beautifully textured ceiling and staircase design located in the entranceway of the Nishi building in Canberra, Australia. The installation involves more than 2,000 pieces of reclaimed wood that are suspended from the ceiling in rows of wooden planks, in addition to countless pieces of wood within the cascading staircase.
mymodernmet:

This fragmented wooden installation, developed by Australia-based firm March Studio, is a beautifully textured ceiling and staircase design located in the entranceway of the Nishi building in Canberra, Australia. The installation involves more than 2,000 pieces of reclaimed wood that are suspended from the ceiling in rows of wooden planks, in addition to countless pieces of wood within the cascading staircase.
mymodernmet:

This fragmented wooden installation, developed by Australia-based firm March Studio, is a beautifully textured ceiling and staircase design located in the entranceway of the Nishi building in Canberra, Australia. The installation involves more than 2,000 pieces of reclaimed wood that are suspended from the ceiling in rows of wooden planks, in addition to countless pieces of wood within the cascading staircase.
mymodernmet:

This fragmented wooden installation, developed by Australia-based firm March Studio, is a beautifully textured ceiling and staircase design located in the entranceway of the Nishi building in Canberra, Australia. The installation involves more than 2,000 pieces of reclaimed wood that are suspended from the ceiling in rows of wooden planks, in addition to countless pieces of wood within the cascading staircase.
mymodernmet:

This fragmented wooden installation, developed by Australia-based firm March Studio, is a beautifully textured ceiling and staircase design located in the entranceway of the Nishi building in Canberra, Australia. The installation involves more than 2,000 pieces of reclaimed wood that are suspended from the ceiling in rows of wooden planks, in addition to countless pieces of wood within the cascading staircase.
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nnmprv:

Karri Loop House by MORQ.
You can find me on: Instagram | Pinterest | Behance
nnmprv:

Karri Loop House by MORQ.
You can find me on: Instagram | Pinterest | Behance
nnmprv:

Karri Loop House by MORQ.
You can find me on: Instagram | Pinterest | Behance
nnmprv:

Karri Loop House by MORQ.
You can find me on: Instagram | Pinterest | Behance
nnmprv:

Karri Loop House by MORQ.
You can find me on: Instagram | Pinterest | Behance
nnmprv:

Karri Loop House by MORQ.
You can find me on: Instagram | Pinterest | Behance
nnmprv:

Karri Loop House by MORQ.
You can find me on: Instagram | Pinterest | Behance
nnmprv:

Karri Loop House by MORQ.
You can find me on: Instagram | Pinterest | Behance
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Fabian Evers & Wezel Architektur - Unimog house, Tübingen 2012. Photos (C) Sebastian Berger.
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Fabian Evers & Wezel Architektur - Unimog house, Tübingen 2012. Photos (C) Sebastian Berger.
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Fabian Evers & Wezel Architektur - Unimog house, Tübingen 2012. Photos (C) Sebastian Berger.
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Fabian Evers & Wezel Architektur - Unimog house, Tübingen 2012. Photos (C) Sebastian Berger.