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Venice Architecture Biennale 2014: architect Anssi Lassila has installed two huts outside the Finnish Pavilion at the Venice biennale – the first was built from spruce by a Finnish carpenter while the second was put together from bamboo by a team in China.

Venice Architecture Biennale 2014: architect Anssi Lassila has installed two huts outside the Finnish Pavilion at the Venice biennale – the first was built from spruce by a Finnish carpenter while the second was put together from bamboo by a team in China.

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Olafur Eliasson - Your House (2006)

454 laser-cut pages representing the negative space of the artist’s home outside Copenhagen. No text.

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unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

The Brusio spiral viaduct is a single track nine-arched stone spiral railway viaduct located in Brusio, in the Canton of Graubunden, Switzerland.

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Hiroshi Horio - House in Tohma, 2009. Photos (C) Shigeo Ogawa.

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Venice Architecture Biennale 2014: architect Anssi Lassila has installed two huts outside the Finnish Pavilion at the Venice biennale – the first was built from spruce by a Finnish carpenter while the second was put together from bamboo by a team in China.

Venice Architecture Biennale 2014: architect Anssi Lassila has installed two huts outside the Finnish Pavilion at the Venice biennale – the first was built from spruce by a Finnish carpenter while the second was put together from bamboo by a team in China.

likeafieldmouse:

Olafur Eliasson - Your House (2006)

454 laser-cut pages representing the negative space of the artist’s home outside Copenhagen. No text.

(via spatula)

unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

The Brusio spiral viaduct is a single track nine-arched stone spiral railway viaduct located in Brusio, in the Canton of Graubunden, Switzerland.

Bhakta’s Weblog:  facebook  |  twitter  |  pinterest  | subscribe

(via arkitektonas)

archidose:

OMA MAI

archidose:

OMA MAI

subtilitas:

Hiroshi Horio - House in Tohma, 2009. Photos (C) Shigeo Ogawa.

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