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Pavilhão do Uruguai na Bienal de Arquitetura em Viena 2012

Gallery of Venice Biennale Panavision / Uruguay Pavilion - 1

wood interior / naf architect

All the rooms of this renovated Tokyo house by Japanese studio Naf Architect & Design are connected to a wooden box at its centre.

Venice Biennale 2012: Panavision / Uruguay Pavilion

Gallery of Venice Biennale 2012: Panavision / Uruguay Pavilion - 4

Image 4 of 5 from gallery of Venice Biennale Panavision / Uruguay Pavilion.

Switch Box in House by Naf Architect and Design - a house with a wooden box on the inside

Switch Box in House by Naf Architect & Design

Image 3 of 15 from gallery of Switch Box in House / Naf Architect & Design. Photograph by Toshiyuki Yano

(Stuttgart municipal library) - Feeling empty inside. Repressed memories, hidden emotions, sexual dysfunction. Sterile attitudes, cold demeanor.

(Stuttgart municipal library) - Feeling empty inside. Repressed memories, hidden emotions, sexual dysfunction. Sterile attitudes, cold demeanor.

Cocon Karasuma | kengo kuma and associates

Cocon Karasuma | kengo kuma and associates

Your House: A Laser Cut Book by Olafur Eliasson

Your House: A Laser Cut Book by Olafur Eliasson

Your House is limited edition artist’s book by Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson - The Negative Space of a House Cut Inside a 908 Page book

Millenium Dome Model, Richard Rogers + Architects Exhibition, Design Museum

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Architecture pattern | shadows and silhouettes | surface textile pattern design

Landscape Architecture isn't always about plants - Asmacati Shopping Center / Tabanlioglu Architects - © Thomas Mayer landscape architecture SHADOWS

ShunShoku Lounge By Gurunavi:  raw and unpolished slats of wood are continuously stacked from floor to ceiling, each piece undulating from the next to create an angular and dynamic visual effect. Employing the concept of nesting, Kuma continued the stacked wood method to incorporate desks, shelving, stairs and display units. Ordinary materials formulated in an extraordinary way allow for the Shun*Shoku Lounge to be interesting, edgy and versatile //

Shun*Shoku Lounge By Gurunavi

Image 6 of 10 from gallery of Shun Shoku Lounge by Guranavi / Kengo Kuma & Associates. Photograph by Kengo Kuma & Associates

Empire Way public lavatories, Wembley by Gort Scott Architects

The building is a small, freestanding pavilion that sits in a pedestrianised area outside Wembley Stadium.

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