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Metric Integra (Identity) by Lo Siento Studio, Barcelona. Perfect identity for an architectural firm. Love it!

Metric Integra (Identity) by Lo Siento Studio, Barcelona. Perfect identity for an architectural firm. Love it!

Tutu Mundo is my personal design brand that offers designs for branding, identity, advertising, packaging, print, apparel and more…, based in London, UK

Tutu Mundo is my personal design brand that offers designs for branding, identity, advertising, packaging, print, apparel and more…, based in London, UK

Simon Ungers \ 'Cube House', 2001, Ithaca. Located in a field in the gently rolling rural landscape of upstate New York, outside the academic city of Ithaca, this simple cube-shaped building was designed as the first stage of a house. Built from precast concrete blockwork, its monolithic form and lack of ornament challenges the distinction between sculpture and utility.

Simon Ungers \ 'Cube House', 2001, Ithaca. Located in a field in the gently rolling rural landscape of upstate New York, outside the academic city of Ithaca, this simple cube-shaped building was designed as the first stage of a house. Built from precast concrete blockwork, its monolithic form and lack of ornament challenges the distinction between sculpture and utility.

AD Special: Caixa Forum - Herzog & de Meuron by Duccio Malagamba

AD Special: Caixa Forum - Herzog & de Meuron by Duccio Malagamba

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The

Paris-based Explorations Architecture have sent us these images of a temporary entrance-pavilion they have designed for the Chateau de Versailles in France. The 350 square metre structure provides crowd regulation, a visitors' centre, security checks and cloakroom. Building was completed this summer; the pavilion will remain in place until 2011. Photographs by Michel Denancé. The