The Farnsworth House is one of the most significant of Mies van der Rohe’s works, equal in importance to such canonical monuments as the Barcelona Pavilion, built for the 1929 International Exposition and the 1954-58 Seagram Building in New York.

Farnsworth House by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe - Plano, Illinois, USA-Incorporating movements in Modern Architecture, such as use of glass especially to show non-loadbearing walls

FOR ALL THE SOUTH AFRICANS -Amarula Carrot Cake (Alcoholic beverage made from the Amarula fruit used in the recipe)

Amarula Carrot Cake (There's a Newf in My Soup!: Coronado Concert in the Park - Out of South Africa)

Cook like a Caterer, Party sized recipes for entertaining...240 recipes, tips and information for home entertaining

Cook Like a Caterer: Party Sized Recipes for Entertaining and Catering. over 240 Party Sized Recipes Suited for a Variety of Themes. Included Is an Extensive Beverage Services, Food Yields and Suggested Equipment for Recipes That Work Well As a Station

Frank Lloyd Wright Falling Water House Upper by BlueprintPlace, $18.99

Frank Lloyd Wright Falling Water House Upper Floors Blueprint - Fallingwater/Edgar Kaufman House / 1413 Mill Run Road, Mill Run, Pennsylvania / / Frank Lloyd Wright -- NOTE: Etsy does not have in stock so can not find on website anymore

Frank Lloyd Wright home

Fallingwater Residence, a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, USA (by Pierre Metivier). by jum jum

Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona Chair for the German Pavilion at the 1929 Barcelona Exposition.

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Barcelona Chair & Ottoman for Knoll Plus Achille Castiglioni's 'Arco' Lamp

Frank Lloyd Wright, Falling Water (1935)

Frank Lloyd Wright Falling Water Site Blueprint - Fallingwater/Edgar Kaufman House / 1413 Mill Run Road, Mill Run, Pennsylvania / / Frank Lloyd Wright -- NOTE: Etsy does not have in stock so can not find on website anymore

JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE: WOOD, EARTHQUAKES, TEA ROOMS AND TRADITIONAL HOMES - Japan | Facts and Details

One of the features of Japanese houses is the tremendous variety of roof styles, depending on the locality and the occupation of the owner. These styles can, however, be classified roughly into three styles called Yosemuné, Kirizuma and Irimoya.

Ken Yeang - Green Visionary

Solaripedia is a database of green architecture and green building resources using solar, wind and passive strategies to create sustainable built environments. This page provides green case studies and project examples.

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