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the side of a building that is made out of concrete
上方落語協会会館 写真一覧/安藤忠雄
a building sitting on top of a lake surrounded by trees in the middle of it
Finish Tower Naturarena Rotsee
Wood Cube "closed" ... Lake Rotsee Refuge in Switzerland by AFGH Architects
a very tall building sitting on top of a lush green field
Geo Location Times - Your Voice
Shime Coalmine
an empty parking garage with two cars parked in front of it and concrete blocks on the wall
House of Silence by FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects (2)
House of Silence — FORM/Kouichi Kimura Architects
an abstract photo of concrete structures with stairs leading up to the top and bottom floor
Modern concrete architecture.
the building is made out of concrete and has two large rectangular sections on each side
RCR Arquitectes
RCR Arquitectes designed the Soulages Museum, opens May 31.14 in Rodez, Région Midi-Pyrénées, France. photo by Cedric Meravilles
an empty room with two square windows on the wall and light coming in from one window
Mount Tindaya – Daydream Tourist
Tindaya Mountain, Fuerteventura, Spain, Eduardo Chillida
the building is made out of concrete blocks
Alejandro Aravena + ELEMENTAL
Alejandro Aravena + ELEMENTAL
two men are working on the side of a building that is being built in the mountains
Pierre Zoelly
Pierre Zoelly
the stairs lead up to an open air building
styletaboo: Emre Arolat Architects - Sancaklar Mosque [Istanbul, 2014]
a wall made up of black hexagonal blocks
Brick by Klink and Petersen Tegl One brick type rotated into 6 different…
black and white photograph of two concrete structures near the ocean
nexttoparchitects: #nextarch by @hannespeer #next_top_architects nostalgic utopia|future archeology ©hannes peer architecture ‘The field of vision is comparable, for me, to the terrain of an archaeological dig. To see is to be on guard, to wait for what emerges from the background, without any name, without any particular interest: what was silent will speak, what is closed will open and will take on a voice.’ Paul Virilio