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Sejong Art Center Competition Entry / H Architecture + Haeahn Architecture

Image 2 of 35 from gallery of Sejong Art Center Competition Entry / H Architecture + Haeahn Architecture. Courtesy of H Architecture + Haeahn Architecture

This is another effective diagram in my opinion. The designer used proper colors to communicate meaning and the diagram shows simply how the basic form of the buildings was established. The diagram also shows why they decided to design the building this way, to connect views and paths.

The designer used proper colors to communicate meaning and the diagram shows simply how the basic form of the buildings was established. The diagram also shows why they decided to design the building this way, to connect views and paths.

Culture Forest / Unsangdong Architects

Unsangdong prize winning project “Culture Forest”, a Culture & Art Center located in SeongDong-gu, Republic of Korea (currently nearing completion).By planning eco-friendly the new cultural space will become a dreaming covering cover book cover book

Floating Fountains by Isamu Noguchi: I just saw your mouth drop open....

Floating Fountains is Isamu Noguchi last work for the World Expo in Japan. Noguchi took this water tap illusion one step further and developed nine “floating” fountains for the in Osaka, Japan. Incredible fountains that looks like they are flying.

02-Stranden-Aker-brygge_LINK-arkitektur_Photo-Tomasz-Majewski « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

Congratulations to LINK Landskap. We’re pleased to crown their outstanding The Waterfront Promenade at Aker Brygge as winner of the WAN Waterfront 2016 Award. The WAN Waterfront Award 2016 continues to celebrate and highlight architecture that

Bike lane & ped safety Proposal for Second Street in San Francisco. Click image for details and variants, and visit the Slow Ottawa 'Streets for Everyone' board for more great design ideas.

Bike lane & ped safety Proposal for Second Street in San Francisco. Click image for details and variants, and visit the Slow Ottawa 'Streets for Everyone' board for more great design ideas.