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Creative Architecture Ideas Today’s collection is going to be a mix of amazing exterior and interior architecture designs. For most of us villas featured are out of reach .) but at least we may admire the creativity and luxury. And of course, we always may get inspired, right?! .) What about a cool contemporary beach house? Glass Bottom Pool by The Holiday Inn Shanghai Buit in Cabinetry by Idhea Deer Shaped Pylons by DesignDepot VitraHaus @ Weil am Rhein, Germany by VitraHaus Casa Finisterra by Rees Roberts Skateboard House by PAS Living Wall by Patrick Blanc Interior Studio by Ina Matt Elevator Room by OMA Terraced House in Casavells by 05 AM Arquitectura Plantagon Vertical Greenhouse by Plantagon Lego Development Office by Rosan-Bosch Floating Fountains by Isamu Noguchi Corner Bookshelf by Factor Architecture 36 Clipper Bay Home by FGR Architects Clifton House, South Africa by SAOTA Waccabuc House by Chan Li Lin Las Palmeras Beach House by Greg Wright Architects The Desert Villa by Studio Aiko Japanese Shell House by Kotaro Ide

Hanging Drop Terrarium A lovely tear-shaped ter­rar­ium that hangs from the ceil­ing on a knot­ted sisal rope. Avail­able at ter­rain. Related 11.20.11: A Weekly Gallery of Images Accidental Mysteries is an online curiosity shop of extraordinary things, mined from the depths of the online world and brought to you each week by John Foster, a writer, designer and longtime collector of self-taught art and vernacular photography. “I enjoy the search for incredible, obscure objects that challenge, delight and amuse my eye. More so, I enjoy sharing these discoveries with the diverse and informed readers of Design Observer.” Editor's Note: All images are copyright of their original owners.

Project 2 Precedents | o estúdio [archiphilia] Project 2 Precedents Here are some images i thought I might scan in and post. EXTREME NATURE: Landscape of ambiguous spaces, Japanese Pavillion @ the Venice Biennale. With my old narrative, the small interior zen garden corresponded with the “playful scene unfolding below”. House N, Sou Fujimoto Architects I thought about this project in terms of “OCCUPYING THE THRESHOLD” (one of the principal concepts behind my scheme). Sway house, Atelier Bow Wow I thought this project was an interesting reference because of the way it manages to stay respectful to it’s context whilst still being distinct. Balloon, junya.ishigami+associates Chucked this is maily because it’s so cool. Kanagawa Institute of Technology KAIT workshop, junya.ishigami+associates I was thinking about this project about how it completely controls the movement within the space through the scattered columns. Pilgramage Church of Mary, Queen of Peace, Gottfried Bohm Like this: Like Loading... Leave a Comment so farLeave a comment

Moshe Safdie: Singapore | EMPTY KINGDOM You are Here, We are Everywhere Fifteen Visually Stunning Architectural Delights Fifteen Visually Stunning Architectural Delights Those who stay in apartments crave for spacious bungalows and those who live in landscaped acres dread the maintenance! So what really is the ideal size for a home? The multi-storey high-rises offer many titillating features and let’s not even get into their crazy architectural style. NOAH proposes to be a habitat for 40,000 residents who can benefit from the planned residential units, school system, commercial, retail, hotels, casinos, parking, and public works facilities. 14) Eko by 10 Raisons Architects Critics may pan it for getting inspired by the romantic Eiffel Tower, but the giant Eko looks like a tower with webs on the side. 13) Campus Center for Miami Dade College by Oppenheim Architects If Polo is the mint with a hole, then the Miami Dade College is a Super Building Campus Center for Miami Dade College is the architectural version of it. 12) Guggenheim Hermitage Museum by Zaha Hadid 11) Klein Bottle House by McBride Charles Ryan

Bedroom I've been busy designing a project that installs at the end of the month (a model home) and am working on bedding at this very moment. Finding myself hitting a "creativity" roadblock, I decided jump online to hopefully spark some fresh ideas. After analyzing bedroom after bedroom, I've come to the conclusion that pretty much anything goes when it comes to long as the fabrics somehow coordinate, you can pull almost anything off! Headboards definitely add something special to the overall look of a bed, but if that isn't an option, wallpaper or accent paint are just as great to really make everything pop. Pattern play - a great mix against a crisp white headboard Lots of pillows and layered textures An eclectic mix of pattern and color Bold graphic prints accented with crisp white and pops of coral Simple and elegant with an eclectic mix of floral and geometric prints / love the headboard! The printed headboard allows for simple bedding Great colors, right?!

artwork by lawrence yang *UPDATE* - I've been working on a new site so haven't been keeping this up to date -- in the meantime if you'd like to see my latest work, please find me on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. And as always, you can email me with any questions! Thanks, Lawrence Prices for original work ranges from $200 to $1000. Please email me for more details. "Encounter" - ink and watercolor on paper - 20" x 16" - SOLD "Hydra" - sharpie on bristol- 24" x 17" - not for sale "Aqua Teen Triptych" - ink, watercolor and pastel on paper - each panel is 3" x 12" - SOLD "Tiny Space Ghost" - ink, watercolor and gouache on paper - 2" x 3" - SOLD "Tiny Space Ghost" - ink, watercolor and gouache on paper - 2" x 3" - $100 "Tiny Zorak" - ink, watercolor and gouache on paper - 2" x 3" - SOLD "Tiny Brak" - ink, watercolor and gouache on paper - 2" x 3" - SOLD "Rooster Tree" - ink, watercolor and gouache on paper - 9" x 12" - $450 "Walking" - ink and watercolor on paper - 11" x 9" - $450 "Tree LP " - acrylic on LP - SOLD

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