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The Queen Victoria Building (QVB), is a late nineteenth-century building designed by the architect George McRae in the central business district of Sydney, Australia.

A tree on the house

Architects have designed some houses in Nieuw Leyden, which is in the north of the city of Leiden, in The Netherlands. I like the mix of wood with brick, it adds contrast. I also like the unique design on the wood

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Staggered Windows, Brussels, Belgium photo via horton

Former W 30th Street NYC firehouse converted to Black Ocean Digital Media Company | Shared by LION

Black Ocean Firehouse, New York

Rafael de Cardenas comes up with his most recent renovation project found between New York City buildings called the Black Ocean Firehouse. The former firehouse

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NOT Jules Verne's house, but it would have been quite fitting for the father of Steampunk. It's a steampunk treehouse built for the movie City of Lost Children

Harpa concert hall Reykjavik | Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Center', Reykjavik, Islândia ...

made of glass, Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland - Olafur Eliasson & Henning Larsen Architects © Pedro Kok

"Bill’s House" by Tony Owen Partners in Sydney, Australia. This house was designed for a client in Sydney’s inner west. The client is a concrete contractor who planned to build the house himself. As a result the house was designed to make maximum use of concrete and solid construction. Because of the client’s heritage, the design was influenced by the materials and forms of Mediterranean Architecture. The curved shell forms reflect the sails of the fishing boats from the Greek Islands.

Bill’s House- Tony Owen Partners – Australia “This house was designed for a client in Sydney’s inner west. The client is a concrete contractor who planned to build the house himself. As a result the house was designed to make maximum use of concrete a .

Netherlands Cubic Houses in Rotterdam. Architect Piet Blom turned a parallelepiped an angle of 45 degrees and put a hexagonal pylon at an angle along with it. The houses have three floors. The entrance is on the ground floor, a guest room with a kitchen is on the second floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom are on the third floor. A small garden is sometimes placed on the upper floor.

square living : architecture : Kubuswoningen / Cube House : Piet Blom : rotterdam netherlands

Kubuswoningen, or cube houses, are a set of innovative houses built in Rotterdam and Helmond in The Netherlands, designed by architect Piet Blom

Madrid, Spain

Got my picture made right in front of this building. Madrid is such a clean, pretty city with great architecture! -Madrid, Metropolis Calle Gran via, Spain.

Lantern Pavilion, Norway | See More Pictures | #SeeMorePictures  Design | #MichaelLouis - www.MichaelLouis.com

Lantern Pavilion / AWP / Atelier Oslo

"Norwegian Wood Roof Lantern" Pavillion and public space in Langgata, Sandnes, Norway Architect "I once had a girl, or should I say she once had me.She built a fire, isn't good Norwegian Wood".

Beautiful capture Queen Victoria Building, Sydney, Australia

Staircases of the Queen Victoria Building, Sydney, Australia. SO BEAUTIFUL. The stained glass and wrought iron are sheer works of art.

Art Déco - The Rookery Building - Les Intérieurs - Escaliers

Staircase inside the Rookery Building in the Loop, Chicago, Illinois. Frank Lloyd Wright is the architect of the lobby renovation in The building was erected 1885 - Wright was a lead architect for the building. The building has been continuously occupied.

The Infinite Gallery : Tallest Residential Block in Sydney

Sydney skyline to get 240-metre apartment block

Skyscraper at 115 Bathurst Street, Sydney, Australia. Bathurst Street is a cross street in the Central Business District of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia.

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