fiore-rosso:

MMX STUDIO.
ECO PAVILION 2011

fiore-rosso:

MMX STUDIO.

ECO PAVILION 2011

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archatlas:

Onde Sensuelle Marion Moustey and Alexandre Arcens Architects

Ephemeral floating installation for the Festival des Architectures Vives 2014.

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ideasgn:

B-AND-BEE Made for Music Festivals

Adorable. And so functional (for short term…and short/flexible people…!) 

(Source: ideasgn.com, via alwaysinstudio)

"Architect Paul Bernier pretty much made a house out of a couple of boxes. Well, technically it’s an addition to an existing Plateau house, but Bernier’s work remade the structure into an awesome architectural creation.

Known as the Bernier-Thibault House, the project consisted of two boxes made of glass and wood that were attached to the original house. Preserving the outdoor garden, while working within zoning bylaws, Bernier was able to fully expand the home into a truly unique structure that is both natural and modern.”

I love how this house sits with the outside spaces, and how it looks compared to other older houses in Montreal, but the interior spaces are pretty well put together too.

Bernier-Thibault House

Montreal, Canada

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On my bike ride home last night. Love the mnhtn bridge view.  (at Manhattan Bridge)

On my bike ride home last night. Love the mnhtn bridge view. (at Manhattan Bridge)

Facades n timber doors  (at Williamsburg Brooklyn NY)

Facades n timber doors (at Williamsburg Brooklyn NY)

Spacings.

Spacings.

East river edge.  (at Bushwick Inlet 0park)

East river edge. (at Bushwick Inlet 0park)

Gowanus skyline tonight (at Gowanus Canal)

Gowanus skyline tonight (at Gowanus Canal)

Looking mighty fine this arvo Mr (mrs?) Chrysler.

Looking mighty fine this arvo Mr (mrs?) Chrysler.

FDR Four Freedoms Park

FDR Four Freedoms Park

paysagearchitectural:

PISCINA DES MARES
Architect : Alvaro Siza

Location: Leça da Palmeira, Matoshinhos, Oporto, Portugal

Project Start : 1961

Project Complete: 1966

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Mexico!

Mexico!

(Source: realmexico)

Bold use of materials…and oh the stacked facade! 

Beaumont House

Architect: Henri Cleinge

Montreal, Canada