House Tumle | Johannes Norlander Arkitektur

House Tumle Located outside Gothenburg, Sweden, House Tumle – designed by Johannes Norlander Arkitektur

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Parque Biblioteca De Medellin

Parque Biblioteca De Medellin

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Savyon House / Michal Sheffer

Image 1 of 21 from gallery of Savyon House / Michal Sheffer. Photograph by Shai Epstein

House Tumle | Johannes Norlander Arkitektur

House Tumle Located outside Gothenburg, Sweden, House Tumle – designed by Johannes Norlander Arkitektur

Дом Tumle,© Расмус Норландера

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Located outside Gothenburg, Sweden, House Tumle - designed by Johannes Norlander Arkitektur - exemplifies the meaning of black and white living.

House Tumle / Johannes Norlander Architektur

House Tumle / Johannes Norlander Arkitektur

Esplanada Studio | Tatiana Bilbao & at103

Esplanada Studio / at103 + Tatiana Bilbao

Completed in 2006 in Mexico City, Mexico. Context and shape of the building This artist's studio is located in a residential area in the west corner of Mexico City, over a x site.

These are some heavy duty stairs. I believe this building included many reclaimed items, including a wall made of yellow page books.

These are some heavy duty stairs. I believe this building included many reclaimed items, including a wall made of yellow page books.

House Tumle / Johannes Norlander Arkitektur

Image 11 of 18 from gallery of House Tumle / Johannes Norlander Arkitektur. Photograph by Rasmus Norlander

Love the floating wood and cable railing!

I want these design elements but in a spiral staircase. clean lines, minimal hardware, wood treads with steel

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Brasilia    Architect: Oscar Niemeyer 1962

Julian Weyer’s Tour of Mid-Century Modern Brazil « The Mid-Century Modernist Ministry of Foreign Affairs Brasilia Architect: Oscar Niemeyer, 1962

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