Una propuesta interesante

Una propuesta interesante

Inspired by the architect bees, engineering members from ICD Stuttgart University create a honeycomb with peanut shape. This is Landesgartenschau Exhibition Hall, a mixture of mathematics algorithms and robotics for ‪#‎WoodLovers‬ woodlover woodlovers

Inspired by the architect bees, engineering members from ICD Stuttgart University create a honeycomb with peanut shape. This is Landesgartenschau Exhibition Hall, a mixture of mathematics algorithms and robotics for ‪#‎WoodLovers‬ woodlover woodlovers

"Monument de la Réunification"

"Monument de la Réunification"

Casa Del Desierto,Los Trabajos,Piedra,Vidrio,Galerías,Californian Desert

such a cool house

such a cool house

Built by Plasma Studio in Sexten, Italy with date 2008. Images by Cristobal Palma. The major constraints of this project, its steep site, compressed between existing buildings and very limited allowan...

Built by Plasma Studio in Sexten, Italy with date 2008. Images by Cristobal Palma. The major constraints of this project, its steep site, compressed between existing buildings and very limited allowan...

Architecture, Comely Contemporary Architecture Of Modern Desert House By Kendrick Bangs Kellogg Featuring Unique Exterior Design With Nice Wall Among Rock Stone: Unique Modern Architecture Building on Desert

Architecture, Comely Contemporary Architecture Of Modern Desert House By Kendrick Bangs Kellogg Featuring Unique Exterior Design With Nice Wall Among Rock Stone: Unique Modern Architecture Building on Desert

The Desert House, California - Like an armadillo, this Joshua Tree estate by architect Ken Kellogg features a layered roofing structure that shields it from the harsh wind and heat of the desert. Using concrete, glass, copper, and steel, the home looks like something that grew organically out of the rock and sand.

The Desert House, California - Like an armadillo, this Joshua Tree estate by architect Ken Kellogg features a layered roofing structure that shields it from the harsh wind and heat of the desert. Using concrete, glass, copper, and steel, the home looks like something that grew organically out of the rock and sand.

La maison de Jules Verne ?

La maison de Jules Verne ?

The 'Doolittle Estate' Looks Like Something A Bond Villain Would Call Home (PHOTOS)

The 'Doolittle Estate' Looks Like Something A Bond Villain Would Call Home (PHOTOS)

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