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Lloyd's Building. London, England. 1978-86. Richard Rogers Architects,

Lloyd’s Building, London, Richard Rogers Architects, Photo by Lee Pelling

modern 300 m2 house in Vilnius by NG architects. www.ngarchitects.lt

I would install solar panels on the roof, cover the concrete porch with wood, minimize the size of the stones leading to the stairs in the third picture, and replace the black walls with wood. -HSG modern 300 house in Vilnius by NG architects

Ibex Building, London -Designed by Fuller and Foulsham and opened in 1937

Streamline Moderne design: Ibex Building, London -Designed by Fuller and Foulsham and opened in 1937

B.I.G Architects

Denmark - Copenhagen - Orestad - VM Houses 03 The last upload from Orestad and it's another of the very pointy balconies of the VM Houses by B.G Architects, completed in

Norddeutsche Landesbank by Behnisch Architekten    The building serves as an important linking element between the various activities which define the neighbouring quarters of the city: retail, commercial, residential, cultural, sport and leisure.

out of the box Norddeutsche Landesbank building (Hannover, Germany) One of the largest commercial banks in Germany.

Friedrich Bayer Bridge / LoebCapote Arquitetura e Urbanismo

Bridge with green areas in the middle. Friedrich Bayer Bridge / LoebCapote Arquitetura e Urbanismo

Image 2 of 7. © C. William Brubaker via Flickr user UIC Digital Collections

AD Classics: Prentice Women’s Hospital / Bertrand Goldberg. Such a unique take on a hospital.

ph: Cordula De Bloeme

Built by Format Elf Architekten in Aubing, Germany with date Images by Cordula De Bloeme. Located in the urban outskirts of Munich, the detached single-family house B built in timber frame construction was c.

prairie grass surround

Modern in landscape Frank Oudeman Photographer

@dakwaarde via Twitter

“Singapore urban planning is based on UK 'Garden City' ideals (long abandoned here). So car parks look like this:”