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Hoshakuji Station, Japan by Kengo Kuma and Associates

Project: Hoshakuji Station- Plywood Ceiling Pattern Architect: Kengo Kuma An intense overhead geometric pattern is immediately evident to the viewer that creates a unique sense of depth within the space.

How to Construct Large Structures Out of Small Ones

How to Construct Large Structures Out of Small Ones

“ How to make big things out of small pieces “Researchers invent a new approach to assembling big structures — even airplanes and bridges — out of small interlocking composite components. Chandler, MIT News Office ”

voussoir cloud by lisa iwamoto.  Demonstrates connections between the geometric lattice work of the ancient muslim mosques and modern day parametric modeling

voussoir cloud by lisa iwamoto. Demonstrates connections between the geometric lattice work of the ancient muslim mosques and modern day parametric modeling

Snarkitecture Opens Design Miami With The “Drift” Pavilion  Photo courtesy of Marc Kushner  Design Miami, which represents the best of both international and American design  will run through December 9, 2012. Follow on: instagram.com/wanderscollectors

Snarkitecture has designed an inflatable pavilion, ‘Drift,’ for Design Miami. Drift is made out of several hundred inflatable tubes to create a cavernous space, lacking any actual solid structure.

Paleys upon Pilers / Studio Weave

Gallery of Paleys upon Pilers / Studio Weave - 7

Image 7 of 14 from gallery of Paleys upon Pilers / Studio Weave. Photograph by Studio Weave

Interior of San Josemaría Escrivá Church, Mexico City. Architect Javier Sordo Madaleno Bringas.

San Josemaría Escrivá Church / Javier Sordo Madaleno Bringas

Trabajos de montaje. Pabellón 2015 de la Serpentine Gallery por SelgasCano. Imagen cortesía de Serpentine Galleries. Señala encima de la imagen para verla más grande.

2015 Serpentine Gallery nears completion, revealing a colorful cocoon that filters light like stained glass

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