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Hand Rendering Interiors Big Orange Cat Drawing Assistant Do you have a supervisor that assists you with your art work? I really enjoy drawing at the house in my little studio room. I will often have company from our big orange kitty Mr. Leo. Architecture Concrete is great! you know I think so by now, and when I stumbled upon the work of German based freelance photographer/artist Florian Müller I had to share it with you. Below you’ll find 3 photo sets of concrete buildings he took photos of, most interesting being the church “Johannes XIII” by Josef Rikus.
Architecture Wallpaper* newsletter Register for our bi-weekly bulletin of the stuff that refines you By submitting your details, you'll also receive emails from Time Inc. UK, publisher of Wallpaper* and other iconic brands about its goods and services, and those of its carefully selected third parties. AL_A : Amanda Levete Architects : First photos of Spencer Dock Bridge News Profile Selected Projects Selected Furniture Archive Writing Recruitment Contact First photos of Spencer Dock Bridge The 40 metre span bridge with its fluid lines and undulating concrete surface will take trams, traffic and pedestrians across the Royal Canal. The edges of the deck peel down to reveal a space for pedestrians to pause and take in views of the dock and Linear Park which is currently under construction.
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Louisiana State Museum LOCATION: St. Amant, Louisiana AREA: 17,000 Square Feet CONSTRUCTION COST: $2.5 Million COMPLETION: 2004 The design of the Holy Rosary Complex – comprised of an oratory, administrative building, and religious education building – for a rural Catholic Parish in South Louisiana, is an honest exploration of form, function, light and materials that results in an engaging and profound study in sacred space. Neither opulent nor austere, Holy Rosary Chapel presents a thoughtful meditation on sacred spaces and the spatial embodiment of spiritual experience. The masterplan for the rural campus creates a strong sense of place and draws a distinction between the program’s sacred and secular components. Secular components of the campus take form as linear or “edge” buildings – an administrative block, two linear classroom bars, a religious education building – which form the courtyard in which the oratory is located.
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Canadian Competitions Catalogue / Catalogue des Concours Canadiens "The link between earth and sky is at the image of the one that links childhood, through memory and knowledge, to an infinite world of insight and communication." (Gilles Saucier) The Saucier-Perrotte project suggests a site development in harmony with the Parc de la Cité's natural vegetation, by adding a rectangular north-south oriented building almost entirely concealed by the existing flora. The denuded and urban esthetical expression of this architecture creates a contrast with the rustic and natural character of the immediate environment. The arrival is characterized by a large and central public place, connecting the library to the various outdoor areas (parks, pedestrian walkway, bicycle paths, bus stops and parking areas) which are distinguished by the materiality of their grounds. The entrance of the library is indicated by a square unfolding through these spaces in order to lead the users to the building.