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Reimagined Factory, Joanne Chen –––––– The Bartlett School of Architecture Joanne Chen Unit 17 Professors : Niall McLaughlin, Michiko Sumi & Yeoryia Man. Architecture Graphics, Architecture Drawings, Architecture Old, Architecture Portfolio, Beautiful Architecture, Security Architecture, Factory Architecture, Library Architecture, William Morris

“Artisanal” is a word one hears a lot these days, especially in Brooklyn. Consumers are getting tired of the same old same old and long for one-of-a-kind pro...

Beautiful stable grows wild grasses on the roof for horses to eat Figueras Stables by Estudio Ramos « Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building Residential Building Design, Residential Roofing, Residential Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Modern Architecture, Roofing Options, Free Standing Wall, Wild Grass, Contemporary Building

Polo stables features grassy roof for horses to graze and spectators to sit

A concrete spiral staircase leads up to a turfed roof overlooking a pool and polo field at this stables, which was designed by local firm Estudio Ramos.

Lebanon-based architect Jean-Marc Bonfils has added staggered apartments and a vertical garden above a contemporary art gallery in Beirut& East Village East Village, Green Architecture, Architecture Design, Exterior Design, Interior And Exterior, Vertical Green Wall, Condominium Interior, Dezeen, Building

Lebanese architecture reinterpreted at staggered Beirut apartment block

Lebanon-based architect Jean-Marc Bonfils has added staggered apartments and a vertical garden above a contemporary art gallery in Beirut's East Village

Material Masters: Shigeru Ban& Work With Wood. Surely this is a lesson for ALL architects, and artists. Wooden Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Architecture Design, John Pawson Architect, Shigeru Ban, Steven Holl, Peter Zumthor

Material Masters: Shigeru Ban's Work With Wood

To celebrate the first anniversary of our US Materials Catalog, this week ArchDaily is presenting a three-part series...

Retrospect series continues on Architizer ;) This time taking photorealism into with Unreal Engine by Lasse Rode from xoio. Is the promise of realtime in archviz from 2015 fulfilled? Light Leak, Unreal Engine, Photorealism, 3 D, Engineering, Floor Plans, Interior Design, Architecture, Articles

Ronen Bekerman is an industry leader in Architectural Visualization who hosts in-depth tutorials on his specialist blog. Architizer is pleased to present a s...

A technological singularity can be described as an event or discovery that accelerates progress and changes the future in ways that can be unforeseen. Technological Singularity, Discovery, Physics, Architecture, Articles, Future, Drawings, Arquitetura, Future Tense

A technological singularity can be described as an event or discovery that accelerates progress and changes the future in ways that can be unforeseen. Certai...

Image 4 of 30 from gallery of Saint-Laurent Sports Complex / Saucier + Perrotte architectes + HCMA. Photograph by Olivier Blouin Staircase Architecture, Interior Staircase, Architecture Building Design, Staircase Design, Contemporary Architecture, Staircases, Saint Laurent, Exterior Design, Interior And Exterior

Saucier + Perrotte designs iceberg-like Montreal sports complex

The Complexe Sportif Saint-Laurent in Montreal by Saucier + Perrotte has icy and black exteriors, contrasting glossy orange surfaces found inside.

A couple of weeks ago, we introduced LTL Architects’ book Manual of Section with a devilishly difficult (or was it incredibly easy? If you haven’t tes. Ltl Architects, Architecture 101, Architectural Digest, This Or That Questions, The Incredibles, Couple, Houston Rockets, Book, Duke

A couple of weeks ago, we introduced LTL Architects’ book Manual of Section with a devilishly difficult (or was it incredibly easy?) quiz. If you haven’t tes...