The Parasol in Seville is the world's largest wooden structure. The waffle-like crown structure was completed 4 years after a competition held by the city of Seville. (http://www.yatzer.com/Metropol-Parasol-The-World-s-Largest-Wooden-Structure-J-MAYER-H-Architects)

Metropol Parasol // The World’s Largest Wooden Structure

The Parasol in Seville is the world's largest wooden structure. The waffle-like crown structure was completed 4 years after a competition held by the city of Seville. --OK, add Seville to the list.

FMD Architects used slender lengths of timber to "stitch" together this narrow Melbourne house and its new garden extension.

Cross Stitch House by FMD Architects. FMD Architects used slender lengths of timber to "stitch" together this narrow Melbourne house and its new garden extension.

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A more practical approach to an entire wood facade; setting the windows to the background helps the wood remain whole about the facade while allowing for daylight purposes.

#Architecture ~ School's Tree Inspired #Facade by REBILDPORTEN

Completed in 0 in Rebild, Denmark. Images by Mikkel Frost. RebildPorten is a new visitor’s centre and exhibition space for one of the most beautiful and popular tourist destinations in northern Denmark:.

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Dunescape by SHoP Architects. This temporary installation is absolutely magnificent.

LP2 completes Tehran office block with louvred wooden facades

LP2 completes Tehran office block with louvred wooden facades (Dezeen » Architecture)

The shigeru ban in metz, france is sheer awesomeness. For more architecture to drool over go to Risingbarn.com & see our structures.

Centre Pompidou-Metz - France, 2010 by Shigeru Ban. Laminate Wood panels yet created with smooth rhythmic structure.

Visitors to this installation are invited to walk through a contorted loop of timber while listening to the sounds of their voices and footsteps played back to them

"EKKO" by German artist,Thilo Frank. This permanent public installation in northern Denmark incorporates remixed audio playback of the sound of visitors' footsteps and voices as they walk through the installation.

Shiver me timbers! Astounding wooden architecture – in pictures

Shiver me timbers! Astounding wooden architecture – in pictures

Zaha Hadid Architects, Sleuk Rith Institute, Cambodia architecture, Khmer Rouge,  institute, wooden architecture, wooden shades, facade design

Zaha Hadid's Sleuk Rith Institute Sprouts like a Forest in Cambodia

Zaha Hadid’s Sleuk Rith Institute Sprouts like a Forest in Cambodia Zaha-Hadid-Sleuk-Rith-Institute – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

The Stereoscopic House by Pencil Office Features Sharp Accents #wooden #architecture trendhunter.com

Wood-Clad Angular Abodes

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