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Sou Fujimoto Architects (Tokyo, Japan) Architecture is Everywhere, 2015

Sou Fujimoto Architects (Tokyo, Japan) Architecture is Everywhere, 2015

Modern villa in Spain by NG architects www.ngarchitects.lt

Modern villa in Spain by NG architects www.ngarchitects.lt

Stuart Weitzman shoe boutique by Zaha Hadid

Stuart Weitzman shoe boutique by Zaha Hadid

Dubai Opera House by Zaha Hadid #Architecture #Dubai_Opera_House #Zaha_Hadid < Zaha Hadid is a genius

Dubai Opera House by Zaha Hadid #Architecture #Dubai_Opera_House #Zaha_Hadid < Zaha Hadid is a genius

LOTS MORE DIY GOODNESS - 50 to be exact!!! From one of my fav DIY bloggers.... Pneumatic Addict Furniture: 50 DIY Industrial Decor Ideas

LOTS MORE DIY GOODNESS - 50 to be exact!!! From one of my fav DIY bloggers.... Pneumatic Addict Furniture: 50 DIY Industrial Decor Ideas

I LOVE that light fixture!! Perhaps THIS could be the wine bottle project?? I'm running out of space to store them!!

I LOVE that light fixture!! Perhaps THIS could be the wine bottle project?? I'm running out of space to store them!!

Galaxy Soho by Zaha Hadid Architects

Galaxy Soho by Zaha Hadid Architects

Beethoven Concert Hall Bonn, Germanu by Zaha Hadid Architects

Beethoven Concert Hall Bonn, Germanu by Zaha Hadid Architects

RM58 in black | armchair . Sessel . fauteuil | Design: Roman Modzelewski |

RM58 in black | armchair . Sessel . fauteuil | Design: Roman Modzelewski |

VitraHaus by Herzog & de Meuron. the theme of the archetypal house and the theme of stacked volumes. In Weil am Rhein, it was especially appropriate to return to the idea of the ur-house, since the primary purpose of the five-storey building is to present furnishings and objects for the home. Stacked into a total of five stories and breathtakingly cantilevered up to 49 feet in some places, the twelve houses, whose floor slabs intersect the underlying gables.

VitraHaus by Herzog & de Meuron. the theme of the archetypal house and the theme of stacked volumes. In Weil am Rhein, it was especially appropriate to return to the idea of the ur-house, since the primary purpose of the five-storey building is to present furnishings and objects for the home. Stacked into a total of five stories and breathtakingly cantilevered up to 49 feet in some places, the twelve houses, whose floor slabs intersect the underlying gables.