Light Walls House - Picture gallery

Love all this natural light. Whole Life Health LLC Light Walls House / mA-style Architects - Location: Toyokawa, Aichi Prefecture, Japan

Light Walls House by mA-style architects

Light Walls House by mA-style architects, skylights positioned around the roof to bring in natural light. Note the play of light on the space

12 Futuristic Houses by Japanese Architects Architectural Digest Yoshino-sugi Cedar House. Architect Go Hasegawa collaborated with San Francisco–based company Airbnb to craft this two-story dwelling, clad in Yoshino cedar, as a combination community cen

detalle del reflejo de luz a través de la pared para escalera exterior Zacatitos 04 / Campos Leckie Studio

Galería de Zacatitos 04 / Campos Leckie Studio - 4

Campos Leckie Studio designed Zacatitos 4 House in Baja California Sur, Mexico

Il Fondaco Dei Tedeschi - Picture gallery

Image 25 of 30 from gallery of OMA's Fondaco dei Tedeschi Department Store is Revealed in Venice. Courtesy of OMA, Photograph by Delfino Sisto Legnani and Marco Cappelletti

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Luz natural Tindaya

In the Basque sculptor Eduardo Chillida Tindaya Mountain, on Fuerteventura. Chillida's idea was to create a large empty void inside, with dimensions 50 x 50 x 50 meters, with an entrance tunnel of 200 meters and two skylights.

really interesting concept

Beiersdorf offices in Athens,Greece, with led stripes incorporated into the concrete floor and drywall creating the effect of natural light entering through cuts on the wall - design and implementation by the Love.

Barrio Historico House by HK Associates

Barrio Historico House by HK Associates Inc. I like the shape of the skylight, and the way it funnels light into the space. The angular way it falls into the room makes the room seem more angular too, adding a layer of dynamism to this space.

Church of San Giovanni Battista

Gravity Home: Sunday Inspiration The Church of San Giovanni Battista in Mogno, Switzerland. Designed by architect Mario Botta who created a pattern with layers of Peccia marble and Vallemaggia granite. (via Design Milk)

Preto e branco by Claro Oliveira from OBSESSED BY THE GRID

Through this photo, the SHAPE are created through the usage of shadows and contrast in a black/white photo. The shape most prevalent and easily seen are squares.

Minimalist House // A geometric interior light pattern and ceiling detail in the hallway. The "N" house by Takato Tamagami Architectural Design.