office block in japan by hiroyuki moriyama encloses a planted garden
office block in japan by hiroyuki moriyama encloses a planted garden - designboom | architecture:
La ''STATIO'' (il cui significato era: Postazione di Controllo) costituiva un punto di controllo da parte di ufficiali dell'esercito romano (i beneficiarii), normalmente posizionato lungo il LIMES, per controllare i territori delle province che si trovavano di fronte al Barbaricum (i territori barbarici) o ai regni di Parti (Sasanidi. Queste postazioni servivano a garantire la sicurezza delle strade.
Exploring the Limes Germanicus – images from Rome’s Germanic Frontier FOLLOWING HADRIAN
From one end of the empire to another! The Roman empire encircled the Mediterranean Sea, and beyond that, lay its frontiers. By the early 2nd century the empire was stretching from the Atlantic Oce…
Vplus Water tower Chateau d’eau Mons Ghlin Belgium | Floornature
Vplus architectural studio has designed a Chateau d'eau a water tower using architecture to offer an alternative to simple engineering of an infrastructure that has
SAVING SANDOVAL Reveals the True Story of the U.S. Army Sniper Tried For Murder After A Shooting on the Battlefields of Iraq • WildBlue Press
Find out the story behind the U.S. Army Sniper charged with murder on the battlefield in new #truecrime book, SAVING SANDOVAL!
Viewing Tower by Ateliereen Architecten | Dezeen
Dutch architects Ateliereen Architecten completed a 25 metre tall viewing tower at an outdoor sports park in Reusel, the Netherlands.
Log Cabin Home Designs . . . Monumental Magnificence!
The log cabin home designs featured here showcase an extraordinary 10,000 square foot stone and log entertainment lodge in Montana!
WP 3/15, Reconstructed watchtower (not historically correct)
The reconstructed tower visible here stands several metres to the east of the original Roman watchtower 3/15. It does not quite correspond to the present state of research. The tower was discovered in 1966, when the main road B 417 was straightened. Subsequent archaeological excavations revealed the walls of square tower measuring 6.3 x 6.3 m which had survived to a height of 0.65 m. The garrison of the tower, which stood directly on the Limes controlled an old, pre-Roman route into the Lahn…