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Crumbling Church's Glassy Addition Displays its 'Wounds'

Convent de Sant Francesc remodeled by architect David Closes is a church located in Santpedor, Spain. Built between 1721 and 1729 by Franciscan priests the church was long abandoned and its convent.

Fachada a la calle de ladrillos calada contemporánea en Seoul 2011

The West Village Building by Doojin Hwang Architects Photography by Youngchae Park

Help the Aged: innovative adaptive reuse in architecture

Help the Aged: innovative adaptive reuse in architecture

Interior design blog - LLI Design London : Photo

black and white Strelein Warehouse Ian Moore Architects garage loft residence century warehouse Eastern Suburbs Sydney Australia bricks.

The #SquishStudios located on #FogoIsland #Canada has a high back and low front #design making it look "squished" but intended to deflect the winds from the North Atlantic. Designed by @saundersarchitecture \\\ Photo by @notbent by designmilk

The Desk at the Edge of the World Artist Studio - Fogo Island, Newfoundland, Canada by Norway-based architect Todd Saunders

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Gelukstraat Built by Dierendonck Blancke Architecten in Ghent, Belgium with date Images by Filip Dujardin. A very small plot in the centre of Ghent.

Mirror house in the wilderness.

Ekkehard Altenburger * Mirrorhouse Temporary installation on the Isle of Tyree (Scotland). Work was placed in natural lake reflecting the Atlantic Ocean.

A perfect example of good architecture not in a building:: Zaha Hadid Designs a Superyacht for shipbuilding company Blohm+Voss, reaching 128 meters in length, and a supporting structure resembling the organic ecosystem below. The form appears dynamic, resembling the flow of water. Paired with the clear, clean, and white coated aesthetics, this yacht fits right in with the water in which it glides across.

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A perfect example of good architecture not in a building:: Zaha Hadid Designs a Superyacht for shipbuilding company Blohm+Voss, reaching 128 meters in length, and a supporting structure resembling the organic ecosystem below. The form appears dynamic, res

invisible sunken bridge the netherlands holland moses bridge (5)

Moses Bridge / RO&AD ArchitectenCreative pedestrian bridge near Fort de Roovere in the Netherlands divides the water like Moses and allows people to safely cross to the other side.

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