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Restless Sphere - Coop Himmelb(l)au, Basel, Switzerland

Restless Sphere_a demonstration showing the possibilities of pneumatc constrction_COOPHIMMELB(L)AU

Anunciados os vencedores do concurso para projetar uma praça cultural em Seul,Seoul Chronicle. Cortesia de Sejongdaero Competition

Galeria de Anunciados os vencedores do concurso para projetar uma praça cultural em Seul - 1

Winners Announced in Competition to Design Cultural Square in Seoul,Seoul Chronicle. Image Courtesy of Sejongdaero Competition

Variations on a Dark City and Other Works by Espen Dietrichson | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Variations on a Dark City and Other Works by Espen Dietrichson Norwegian artist Espen Dietrichson combines photography, digital techniques and screen printing to create amazing artworks depicting.

KAGADATO | RUSLAN KAHNOVICH selection. The best in the world. Installation. **************************************Haus Rucker - Ballon für Zwei - 1967

Inner World / Innen Welt: The Projects of Haus-Rucker-Co., 23 June – 1 September 2012 at WORK oh that’s really gay.

La Muralla Roja - Ricardo Bofill 1970

The Muralla Roja, Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura -Housing - Interior design - Architecture

Haus-Rucker-Co, Palmtree Island, 1971

socks-studio: “ Haus Rucker co. Palmtree Island (Oasis) Project, New York, New York Perspective. Cut-and-pasted printed paper with gouache and graphite and cut-and-pasted painted paper on silver.

Oase No. 7, Fridericianum, documenta 5, Kassel 1972. Photo: Hein Engelskirchen.

​​Haus-Rucker-Co, Oase No. 7 A personal oasis with a diameter of 8 meters protruded from the facade of the Museum Fridericianums during the 1972 Documenta.

The Factory by Ricardo Bofill + Taller de Arquitectura

The Factory by Ricardo Bofill + Taller de Arquitectura

SOFTlab-nova-flatiron-holiday-installation-new-york-city-designboom-011

at the foot of new york's flatiron building, SOFTlab has built 'nova', an aluminum pavilion that reflects kaleidoscopic views of the surrounding cityscape.

The rolling home of the future from the September, 1934 issue of Everyday Science and Mechanics

Tomorrow’s Mobile Home

Rolling houses of the future, September, 1934 issue of "Everyday Science and Mechanics"

clever refractions

the interactive installation is formed from several vibrant, clear panels, reorganized into a colorful maze for passersby in montreal, canada.

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