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Swatt|Miers Architects have completed a home in Portola Valley, California, that was designed for an avid art collector

Swatt|Miers Architects have completed a home in Portola Valley, California, that was designed for an avid art collector

Equestrian Centre / Carlos Castanheira & Clara Bastai

Gallery of Equestrian Centre / Carlos Castanheira & Clara Bastai - 16

Equestrian Centre / Carlos Castanheira & Clara Bastai

Interiores De La Cabina,Escalera Al Cielo,Casa De Mis Sueños,Cabinas

Derby ARENA - Google Search

Derby ARENA - Google Search

loggia architecture - Google Search

loggia architecture - Google Search

Seagram Building and Plaza, New York, NY | Completed in 1958, the Mies Van der Rohe designed Seagram Building was New York City's first tower on a plaza, a new office building typology that became internationally prominent. Landscape architects Karl Linn and Charles Middeleer designed the plaza's abstracted groves of trees which abut the International Style building. http://tclf.org/landscapes/seagram-building-and-plaza

Seagram Building and Plaza, New York, NY | Completed in 1958, the Mies Van der Rohe designed Seagram Building was New York City's first tower on a plaza, a new office building typology that became internationally prominent. Landscape architects Karl Linn and Charles Middeleer designed the plaza's abstracted groves of trees which abut the International Style building. http://tclf.org/landscapes/seagram-building-and-plaza

Why Japan’s Futuristic Micro-Homes Are So Popular

Why Japan’s Futuristic Micro-Homes Are So Popular

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Loch Leven Bird Hide, by Loch Leven, Kinross, Perthshire.  Architect: c/o Icosis Architetcs. The hide was designed using three different types of Scottish timber – Douglas Fir, Larch and Oak - each specified for its particular and practical qualities: the main beams utilise the strength of Douglas Fir; the frame, louvres and cladding is done in Larch; whilst the elements requiring a higher quality finish were formed using Oak.

Loch Leven Bird Hide, by Loch Leven, Kinross, Perthshire. Architect: c/o Icosis Architetcs. The hide was designed using three different types of Scottish timber – Douglas Fir, Larch and Oak - each specified for its particular and practical qualities: the main beams utilise the strength of Douglas Fir; the frame, louvres and cladding is done in Larch; whilst the elements requiring a higher quality finish were formed using Oak.

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