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Someone Creates A Short Animation Showing How Bridges Were Built Back In The 14th Century. Karlův most - Stavba pilíře a klenebního pole ve 14. století. (4) Facebook. 9 Weird and Wonderful Architectural "Ducks" 9 Weird and Wonderful Architectural "Ducks" July 08, 2017 Share FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMail.

9 Weird and Wonderful Architectural "Ducks"

Best Architecture Photos of 2020. “Golden Bridge” by Tran Tuan Viet, Vietnam.

Best Architecture Photos of 2020

Winner #Architecture2020Location: Danang, VietnamThe Golden Bridge has been built at around 1,400 meters above sea level. Fairytale Fantasy Photography Highlighting Untouched Beauty the World. For the past several years, TJ Drysdale and Victoria Yore have explored the world and depicted gorgeous locales in fairytale-like scenes.

Fairytale Fantasy Photography Highlighting Untouched Beauty the World

Through their ongoing Follow Me Away travel project, the couple has chronicled their adventures in Peru, Iceland, Oregon, and throughout Europe. The impressive photos feature Yore as the model as she dons a flowing dress and fanciful cape. They also showcase her sense of adventure as she traverses the bases of epic waterfalls, sites of abandoned buildings, and green cliffs overlooking the ocean. Drysdale and Yore are typically on the go, but they've pumped the brakes on constant Follow Me Away travel to create quality photographs rather than quantity.

Casa batillo barcelona. Stunning photos of architecture taken around the globe - Insider. Agora, a free photography app, recently held its #Architecture2020 contest.More than 10,000 images were submitted for the competition, which showcased the "best shots of unique and outstanding architecture" taken across the world.Fifty finalists were chosen through votes cast on the Agora app.

Stunning photos of architecture taken around the globe - Insider

Photographer Tran Tuan Viet's picture of the Golden Bridge in Vietnam won the contest and took home a $1,000 prize.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. From the United States to Indonesia, stunning architecture can be found all across the world. To show this, Agora recently challenged photographers to submit the best shots of buildings, bridges, and other unique structures they've captured. And after the free photography app received more than 10,000 submissions, 49 finalists and one winner were chosen. (1) 15 EXTRAORDINARY HOMES YOU HAVE TO SEE TO BELIEVE. Zaha Hadid’s Innovative Architecture and Design. Top 5 Zaha Hadid Building Projects. Natural homes built by inspirational women, No.2.

Take A Tour of The Groundbreaking Architecture of Frank Gehry. Canadian-born architect Frank Gehry has spent more than half a century radically changing our ideas about what buildings can be.

Take A Tour of The Groundbreaking Architecture of Frank Gehry

A number of his projects have become world-renowned attractions and multiple works have been cited as among the most important buildings of contemporary architecture. Gehry doesn’t stick to a particular school of thought, having avoided labelling himself throughout his career. However the aesthetic of his buildings are often thought of as Deconstructivist – a movement in postmodern architecture which gives the impression of a fragmented building and is characterized by an absence of harmony, continuity and symmetry. Outside of this, Gehry's buildings are whimsical, daring and bold, and have been praised and criticized equally.

25 examples of great architecture - Designer Daily. Big media will often give a lot of attention to huge architectural projects like towers in Dubaï or Shanghai.

25 examples of great architecture - Designer Daily

In this list, I’d like to give some exposure to some more human-scaled cool houses. 1. Alpine Hut Wonderful alpine hut by slovenian architecture studio Ofis Arhitekti. Landscape architecture & urban design in Osaka, Japan. Knut Hjeltnes’ Unique Holiday Home Sits On Its Own Island In A Norwegian Fjord - IGNANT. Norwegian summer house - Valldal, Norway BBC. EUMiesAward. Weekend House at Sildegarnsholmen The new weekend house replaces a warehouse that was washed to sea in a storm.


Buliding in the coastal zone in Norway is challenging in general, but in this case it was made even more complicated by the architectural double coding: the new building replaces an old warehouse that was washed ashore in a storm in 1992, but it also has to work as a modern weekend house with all modern comforts. Our intention has been that when the building is unoccupied it should look like any seaside warehouse, but that it changes its skin when in use. Sildegarnsholmen is a tiny island, and flood levelstides can reduce it to less than half size. The harsh local climate and the xpectation of even stronger future storms have been crucial design considerations, to the degree that water can penetrate the ground floor without causing damage. The main structure consistes of seven steel frames, achored to a concrete plinth cast onto the old stone foundations.

The Collage House Navi Mumbai. Tougher Building Codes Would Avert Major Losses, FEMA Study Shows. A first-of-its-kind study by the Federal Emergency Management Agency shows that modern building codes are averting $1 billion a year in structural damage in California and Florida, the nation's most disaster-prone states, according to preliminary findings.

Tougher Building Codes Would Avert Major Losses, FEMA Study Shows

The study could be groundbreaking in the agency's effort to convince states and localities to adopt up-to-date building codes and to overcome opposition from builders, who have successfully argued in some areas that strengthened codes only increase construction costs. "This gives us the foundation to back up the recommendations that we're making," FEMA building engineer Jonathan Westcott said yesterday at a conference on flood prevention. Architecture. House In giant Boulder. Inspired by the Mada’in Saleh rock tombs in Saudi Arabia, architectural designer Amey Kandalgaonkar has conceived a modern home embedded into the side of an enormous rock.

House In giant Boulder

Fit together like a Chinese puzzle box, the overall form is slowly revealed as Kandalgaonkar gives an aerial view of the site. Villa Am See Switzerland. Gaudí’s First Built House Opens to the Public for the First Time in its 130-Year-Old History. The Highest City in the World Celebrates Its Indigenous Culture with Freddy Mamani’s Neo-Andean Architecture. 10 Amazing Tree Houses: Plans, Pictures, Designs, Ideas & Kits. Bold and beautiful - art hidden in architecture. How British architects conquered the world. In 1978 the future arrived in Norwich.

How British architects conquered the world

It came in the form of a museum designed by Norman Foster. The Sainsbury Centre (above) was built to house the supermarket dynasty’s art collection, and was like no other museum in Britain. 150m long and clad in shiny steel, its western and eastern fronts boasted huge glass windows, which were surrounded by a steel frame that looked more like the internal parts of a rocket than ornamentation for a façade. Inside, a double-skinned structure allowed all the service areas to be hidden in the walls and underground, leaving a cavernous central space for exhibits. This was an art gallery in the form of an aircraft hangar. 30' ESCAPE Traveler XL Tiny Home on Wheels. On October 9, 2015 This is the 30′ ESCAPE Traveler XL tiny home on wheels. Doris Sung's Living Architecture. 40 Tiny Houses You Can Buy on Amazon - Prefab Houses You Can Buy Online.

Rising Trends in Architecture click 2x. 10 Amazing Modern Architectural Wonders. Capital Gate – Abu Dhabi, UAE This leaning tour in the UAE puts the Tower of Pisa to shame. Capital Gate, a skyscraper in Abu Dhabi adjacent to the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, is designed with a striking lean. Forest of Net Pavilion by Twzuka Architects, Hakone Open-air Museum, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Takaharu and Yui Tezuka dress in a very precise manner. He wears blue, she wears red; a habit perhaps picked up from the stylishly rouge Mike Davies, partner at the former Richard Rogers Partnership, where Takaharu worked between 1990 and 1994.

Their buildings, however, are less predictable. They always produce highly spirited responses in relation to place, as seen in their wonderful snake-like Matsunoyama Natural Science Museum (AR December 2004), and in relation to brief, as seen at the Fuji Kindergarten (AR August 2007). Their latest project, built for an art museum, maintains both of these aspects: the spirit and the science of innovative architecture. Dedicated to a single work - a climbing net for children created by artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam - this 350m² pavilion (named the Forest of Net) is situated in the Hakone Open-Air Museum. No steel reinforcement has been used, apart from that required in the structure’s concrete base. Hakone Forest Net. Mumbai and LIC. Michael Pawlyn: Using nature's genius in architecture. Digital Water Pavilion. Going Green Underground: Eco-Retro Earth House Designs.

They may look a bit dated at first, or at least more whimsical than required for functional living. Still, these earth houses have more to offer than custom curves and a unique aesthetic – including a set of design philosophies, strategies and tactics that are far from just superficial nods to sustainable trends. The designs take everything into account from fire and earthquake protection to integral insulation-efficient arches and buffer rooms for energy-free temperature control. Earth Sheltered. Earth Sheltered Homes.

Scandinavian Homes Like Real-Life Hobbit Houses. Curb appeal: cozy exterior, extensive windows, and a green roof? Design for wind, and sway click 2x. Open Concept Modern Tiny House with Elevator Bed. 21 Houses You Won't Believe Exist. 12 Facts About the Sagrada Familia and Gaudi Architecture. Clover House by MAD Architects is a whimsical Japanese kindergarten built on the bones of an old house.

Dokk1 in Aarhus, Denmark, is the best new public library of 2016. House Vision Tokyo asks leading Japanese architects to imagine the housing of the future. House Vision. Incredible Bamboo Architecture in Baoxi, China 2 clicks. 18 Surreal City Photos Suggest the Future Has Arrived. Round Homes, Architecture and Curves click 2x. Looking upwards in Hong Kong. One man turned nursing home design on its head when he created this stunning facility. Elderly Japanese women build unique retirement home - 2 clicks. Teepee-shaped buildings by Issei Suma house community kitchen and pool. Home by Hiroshi Nakamura looks like a cluster of timber tepees. Michael william lester animates architectural landmarks with quirky personalities. THE WORLD OF ARCHITECTURE. London Has A New Skyscraper And It's A Bit Of A Cock-Up - NewsCrusher.

30 architectural masterpieces. Home - Africa vernacular architecture. Asian Historical Architecture: a Photographic Survey. Marc Kushner: Why the buildings of the future will be shaped by ... you. The line multi-purpose building by randan hubicka architectural studio. Here's an Illustrated Glimpse at Different Housing Conditions Around the Globe. Studio_GAON breathes life into small seoul alleyway with blooming house.

Ole Scheeren: Why great architecture should tell a story. City in the Sky - concept architecture. 100 Ideas That Changed Architecture. Building Beauty From Brutalism: Pedro Reyes and Carla Fernández. Architectural inspiration. The 20 Most Inspiring TED Talks for Architects. National Museum Of The American Indian. Small or tiny homes. He had an epiphany while living in a dumpster. And it could help change the future of housing. History of the Karakalpak Yurt.