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-Jardín Flotante se tomó la salida de aire de metro Baquedano, frente a Mutual de Seguridad. -Los peatones, aún en bicicleta, esperaban con expectación el paso del tren para tomar fotos, grabar y algunos más perdidos sólo para ver qué es lo que sucedería. Algunos pasaban por encima y se atemorizaban con el despertar de éstas plantas exóticas que mantuvieron la atención de celulares y cámaras fotográficas durante Dos días… *Formulario de proyecto —-> AQUÍ *Video Jardín ————-> AQUÍ
Origamic Definition 1 - Roof & Site Perspective Origami: The art of paper folding Origamic Architecture: The papercraft form of combining origami, detailed cutting and paper engineering of pop-ups Rigid Origami: The act of using hard materials & origami folds to create objects Origamic Definition: Combining all three techniques to create livable spaces Origamic Definition 2 - Floor Plan & Site Elevation The design encompasses building an art gallery in the skyway systems of Minneapolis without hindering drivable space below or passage through the skyway. Origamic Definition 3 - Axon I diverted the flow of pedestrians to go either left or right and built the main portion of the gallery space in the cente of the skyway.
Photo: arcspace The Housing Silo is situated on the IJ River, at the tip of the pier, next to two former grain warehouses (silos) that have been converted. The IJ River served as Amsterdam's harbor in the golden age.
first image refurbishment of an apartment at humlegården, stockholm. oversized and multicoloured parquet floors and walls, 2008 image courtesy tham & videgard hansson arkitekts all photos © åke e:son lindman departing from the traditional swedish interior use of colour and patterns, developed by artists and architects like carl larsson and josef frank, this apartment also relates directly to the setting at the park humlegården where the greenery outside changes with the season. from winter grey and black, to summertime bright and deep green, to orange, red and yellow in autumn. tham & videgard hansson arkitekts first starting point was to reestablish the well crafted quality of the once high-class turn of the century apartment (late jugend / art nouveau 1800/1900) that had been totally altered, and even for some time transformed into a hotel, leaving very few traces of the original.
Four-year-old Jivan lives in a skyscraper in Brooklyn, New York, USA Where Children Sleep, set to be published later this year by Chris Boot , is a collection of James Mollison 's photographs of childrens' bedrooms from around the world. The book also contains a portrait of each child and, as you'd imagine, the differences between the spaces each one calls their own are striking... The book has been designed to appeal to readers of all ages, with the texts apparently prepared with an audience of nine- to thirteen-year-olds in mind. "I hope this book will help children think about inequality, within and between societies around the world," says Mollison in his introduction, "and perhaps start to figure out how, in their own lives, they may respond." Here are a few examples from this really interesting and thought provoking book:
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For LifeEdited, Graham describes his sleeping requirements: The apartment should have at least a queen size bed, ideally raised off the floor. Or should the bed just go away? Like this article? See also: 10 More Ways To Get Rid Of The Bed Buckminster Fuller said: