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week The high line in New York is an other example of recycling in architecture. High line was an old railroad that wasn’t in use. A great public space is created using the the old track. Landscape Architecture Design, Green Architecture, Landscape Architects, Residential Architecture, Architecture Courtyard, New York Architecture, Concrete Architecture, Architecture Wallpaper, Architecture Diagrams

The High Line in NYC guide

The High Line NYC is one of the most unique parks and popular attractions for its curation of events and activities.

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House With An Atrium - Habitusliving.com.sg

In a quiet Queenstown neighbourhood, a family house by RT+Q Architects defies the disadvantages of its site and poses creative solutions to bring light and air into its interior spaces. Olha Romaniuk writes.

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Patio Furniture Archives - Patio Land USA

Patio Land USA is Tampa Bay's largest Patio Furniture Super Store! We have the best selection of the finest

Hedge Building by Atelier Kempe Thill « Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building Green Architecture, Sustainable Architecture, Sustainable Design, Landscape Architecture, Architecture Design, Pavilion Architecture, Residential Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Facade Design

Living Hedge Building is Completely Wrapped in Ivy

The Hedge Building, as you would expect from its name, is a hedge-clad pavilion that has ivy creeping across every wall designed by German architects Andre Kempe and Oliver Thill.

the national building museum in washington D. hosts 'the beach' by snarkitecture - a square foot ball pit filled with one million plastic balls. Washington Dc Travel, Georgetown Washington Dc, National Building Museum, National Museum, Ball Pit For Adults, Installation Art, Interactive Installation, Interactive Art, Finding Nemo

Snarkitecture creates a "beach" within Washington DC museum

Snarkitecture has created a “beach” in the National Building Museum featuring a sea of translucent balls and a shoreline dotted with lounge chairs