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Four Eyes House par Edward Ogosta Architecture

Too starkly modern for us, and it's best suited to a flat desert climate, not northwoods. Separate units connected by common space, all with incredible views. (Four Eyes House by Edward Ogosta Architecture, California)

Swings and roundabouts: playground equipment by Isamu Noguchi-    Isamu Noguchi is best know for his sculptural wood and glass coffee table and his paper ‘Akari’ lights. This playground equipment was designed in 1939 for Ala Moana park in Hawaii but unfortunately was never built as the park comissioner died before the scheme was realised. I’m not sure how successful the equipment would be for play, but visually it’s pretty amazing (and that’s the most important thing)

midcenturymodernfreak: “(Top) The Saul Bass Playground model is from a 1961 Graphis issue (Bottom 2 photos) 1952 Isamu Noguchi’s Playground Proposal for UN’s New York Headquarters. Breaking out of the jungle gym and swing structures, the playground.

Wooden Street Art Figures by Joe Lurato

New Jersey based street artist Joe Iurato creates tiny wooden figures street art that he strategically placed in the NYC streets.

Giardini che si aggrappano alle pareti

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Hotel Diamant takes as its starting point the two main characteristics of this gemstone: the purity of its composition and hardness of the material.

Les panneaux de circulation insolites

Tout nu, et tout bronzé !

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Ehrlich Retreat + / John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects

Built by John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects in Santa Monica, United States with date Images by Benny Chan / Fotoworks. The Ehrlich Retreat + consists of a new guest house, pool, and shade structure that combine with the original house (.