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Tomas Ghisellini Architetti · SUPERNOVA · Divisare

Tomas Ghisellini Architetti · SUPERNOVA · Divisare

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Remodelación Plaza del Raval de Sant Josep | Font Mestre

Remodelación Plaza del Raval de Sant Josep | Font Mestre

Arte e Arquitetura: "As cidades e a Memória – a Arquitetura e a Cidade" por Marta Vilarinho de Freitas,© Marta Vilarinho de Freitas

Galeria de Arte e Arquitetura: "As cidades e a Memória – a Arquitetura e a Cidade" por Marta Vilarinho de Freitas - 3

Arte e Arquitetura: "As cidades e a Memória – a Arquitetura e a Cidade" por Marta Vilarinho de Freitas,© Marta Vilarinho de Freitas

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NL Architects - Zigzag

NL Architects - Zigzag

LET'S TALK ABOUT YOUR DREAMS

LET'S TALK ABOUT YOUR DREAMS (Cocorrina)

LET'S TALK ABOUT YOUR DREAMS

Auditório em Cartagena / Selgas Cano | ArchDaily Brasil

Auditório em Cartagena / Selgas Cano

Auditório em Cartagena / Selgas Cano | ArchDaily Brasil

ARCò is one of the architectural studios that worked with TAMassociati on the Italian Pavilion for the 2016 Biennale di Venezia. The cooperative collaborated with Legambiente on the design of a U.M.A. - Unità di monitoraggio ambientale or Environmental Monitoring Unit.

ARCò is one of the architectural studios that worked with TAMassociati on the Italian Pavilion for the 2016 Biennale di Venezia. The cooperative collaborated with Legambiente on the design of a U.M.A. - Unità di monitoraggio ambientale or Environmental Monitoring Unit.

The scenes created by Shanghai-based artist Yang Yongliang follow the composition rules of traditional Chinese Shan shui paintings but reinterpret them through the modern medium of photography. The pictures work on a double level: from far away they appear as mountainous landscapes in continuity...

Phantom Landscapes by Yang Yongliang

The scenes created by Shanghai-based artist Yang Yongliang follow the composition rules of traditional Chinese Shan shui paintings but reinterpret them through the modern medium of photography. The pictures work on a double level: from far away they appear as mountainous landscapes in continuity...

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