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Baba Yagas chicken-legged hut. Large 50x70cm 1975 x by Pomyslownia

Found on the attic in the dusted archive of the Gnomes Maps and Schemes Repositorium is the drawing of Baba Yagas chicken-legged hut.

After strip out of this quiet site in Temple Fortune  it was straight back to the drawing board for our team. More often than not buildings throw up a few tricky surprises however here we uncovered original brick walls, incredible height and vintage 1980s encaustic tiles. This project was a conversation with copper, our faceted …

After strip out of this quiet site in Temple Fortune it was straight back to the drawing board for our team. More often than not buildings throw up a few tricky surprises however here we uncovered original brick walls, incredible height and vintage

More than 6,000 square feet of glass was used to create Thorncrown Chapel in the Ozark Mountains near Eureka Springs. Designed by architect E. Fay Jones, the chapel was the inspiration of a retired schoolteacher who wanted to create a place for visitors to the region to worship. The result, which stands 48 feet tall in a peaceful grove along a wooded path, has won multiple design awards and has brought 5 million visitors to the Ozarks since it was completed in 1980.

More than square feet of glass was used to create Thorncrown Chapel in the Ozark Mountains near Eureka Springs. Designed by architect E. Fay Jones, the chapel was the inspiration of a retired schoolteacher who wanted to create a place for visitors t

Turku Ecumenical Art Chapel by Sanaksenaho Architects

Turku Ecumenical Art Chapel by Sanaksenaho Architects Copper-clad chapel in Finland has a curving wooden frame like a ship's hull. Matti Sanaksenaho, the founder of Helsinki-based Sanaksenaho Architects, designed St Henry's Ecumenical Art Chapel as a stee