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The vascular system of an avocado leaf.

ryanpanos:

cjwho:

Bachelors Degree Presentation by Christoph Sevcnikar

Its my final bachelors degree presentation layout, but im still working on my presentation model made of wood, which im going to post when its finished, hopefully in october.

the project is a concert hall for classic orchestra music in reichenau, austria. the main idea was a visible wood construction to build the ribbed slabs and bridges, who are connecting the different areas of the building.

and it looks much better on DIN A0.

1. Info sheet with concept idea and some technical explanation
2. groundfloor plan + elevation / section
3. 1st floor plan + elevation / section
4. 2nd floor plan + elevation / section
5. 3rd floor plan + elevation / section
6. facade cross-section and details

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Great work
cjwho
!

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gobe:

nevver: A bridge too far

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dezeen:

Glass panes form transparent labyrinth by Robert Morris

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homebru:

landscape-a-design:

3 section-perspective

 

Conveying pathway experiences with a section and multiple perspectives.

homebru:

landscape-a-design:

3 section-perspective


 

Conveying pathway experiences with a section and multiple perspectives.

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landscape—architecture:

http://d-crain.com/

Gravel path contained by Corten Steel

landscape—architecture:

http://d-crain.com/

Gravel path contained by Corten Steel

ideas-about-nothing:

Nest table lamp - milled steel cylinderDesigned by Studio Joa Herrenknecht - Red Dot award 2012

ideas-about-nothing:

Nest table lamp - milled steel cylinder
Designed by Studio Joa Herrenknecht - Red Dot award 2012

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inspirationfeed:

The effect of minimalism on company logos http://ift.tt/1m9DUd1

Less is more.

inspirationfeed:

The effect of minimalism on company logos http://ift.tt/1m9DUd1

Less is more.

asylum-art:

The Ancient Art of Stone:Couple Creates Beautiful Rock Wall Art Installations

 Ancient Art of Stone | Facebook

Andreas Kunert and Naomi Zettl, a married artist duo based in Vancouver, create beautiful flowing wall installations out of rocks, pebbles, and other decorative elements.

I am passionate to give stone an articulated form. This involves finding the right stones – listening,” explains Kunert, who takes commissions through a website called Ancient Art Of Stone that he runs together with Zettl.

For those not planning major interior remodeling work any time soon, the couple also sells prints of smaller detailed and colorful work that they create specifically for this purpose. Due to their smaller size, these pieces can incorporate colorful stones and elements that just wouldn’t work in their larger installations. Take a look!

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humansofnewyork:

"I’m an architect, and I’ve designed buildings all over the world. Every time I get a commission in an emerging market, I get excited about the opportunity to draw from the country’s heritage, culture, and art. But the client never wants it. They all want the same thing: ‘modern style, modern style, modern style.’ Everything has to be high and glassy. It’s almost as if everyone wants to hide their differences. It’s boring."


Architecture ought to be celebrated as the manifestation of of socio-cultural ideals. The unique architectural details that have developed in various regions and cultures is not separate from the idea of biological evolution. Rather, it is more of a morphological evolution. It is a layering of ideas and embellishment, both aesthetic and pragmatic.

humansofnewyork:

"I’m an architect, and I’ve designed buildings all over the world. Every time I get a commission in an emerging market, I get excited about the opportunity to draw from the country’s heritage, culture, and art. But the client never wants it. They all want the same thing: ‘modern style, modern style, modern style.’ Everything has to be high and glassy. It’s almost as if everyone wants to hide their differences. It’s boring."

Architecture ought to be celebrated as the manifestation of of socio-cultural ideals. The unique architectural details that have developed in various regions and cultures is not separate from the idea of biological evolution. Rather, it is more of a morphological evolution. It is a layering of ideas and embellishment, both aesthetic and pragmatic.

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