Explore Peter Zumthor Architecture and more!

im drawn to the idea of unknown light source leaking into a room which creates another atmosphere South Tenerife Convention Center / Felipe Artengo, Fernando Menis, José Maria Rodriguez Pastrana

court - Museo Neanderthal . Piloña, Estudio Barozzi Veiga (EDV):

Light and architecture - Nicole Hollis

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Visions of an Industrial Age: Phoenix House « Sebastian Mariscal Studio

Yoshio Ohno's black timber house straddles a concrete escarpment in Hiroshima

House in Miyake is a minimalist house located in Hiroshima, Japan, designed by Hidetaka Nakahara Architects + Yoshio Ohno Architects. The site is divided by a retaining wall caused by construction for the purpose of selling the land.

n-e-x-u-s - The Temple

Visions of an Industrial Age // Canevascini Corecco - Residential complex, Ascona light shadow passage two source of light hallway corridor

(3) Likes | Tumblr build (based on ‘Temple House’ ) by William Weaver

n-architektur: build (based on ‘Temple House’ ) by William Weaver

walk into the light

Technology Interpretation Center by ACXT, in Derio, Bizkaia, Spain.

Slit House, Eastern Design Office, Japon http://www.easterndesignoffice.jp/home/project/p01_slit_house

ARCHITECTURE >>>Slit House, Eastern Design Office, Japon

Slit House, Eastern Design Office, Japon Plus

Neanderthal Museum, Spain  Estudio Barozzi Veiga

n-architektur: “ Neanderthal Museum, Spain Estudio Barozzi Veiga ”

enochliew: “Sensing Space installation by Grafton Architects Light is the driving force for this sculpture that hangs overhead. ”

Grafton Architects - Sensing Spaces, Royal Academy Of Art.

Tadao Ando -  Pinned by www.modlar.com

~ Living a Beautiful Life ~ Chichu Art Museum Naoshima

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Stone House by John Pawson, Milan. It would be good to have a glass panel on the roof to let light in from the south side of the house

Stone House by John Pawson

Stone House / Interni Think Tank, Milan, Italy, 2010 by John Pawson. Photograph from This Brutal World, a new book about brutalist architecture from graphic designer Peter Chadwick

Concrete formed using wood boards

Board formed concrete (accent) The beauty of an unadorned concrete wall. The traces of its genesis still visible on its surface. A canvas for the play of light and shadow. A noble material.

| interior design. Innenarchitektur . design d'intérieur | Photo: Nicholas Alan Cope |

Nicholas Alan Cope, a portal to where? Bauer Bauer Clark via * holmberg

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