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"If you can draw it, you’re seeing it." ~ Lluís Viu Rebés, principal at Max de Cusa Arquitects, at a workshop for design students at the University of Virginia School of Architecture (via The Dirt)

Image 6 of 22 from gallery of AD Classics: Yokohama International Passenger Terminal / Foreign Office Architects (FOA). Photograph by Satoru Mishima / FOA

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Modern shapes and sculptural designs set this garden apart. The Garden on Turtle Creek, completed in May Michael Valkenburgh Associates

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latvian architecture group NRJA have developed a proposal for a simple yet flexible structure in carnikava, a town near the baltic sea.

a10 studio: agriculture museum, culiacan

Agriculture Museum - Sinaloa Building, Mexico - e-architect

This Dutch museum is covered in grass and has a rooftop walkway

This Dutch museum is covered in grass and has a rooftop walkway The Biesbosch Museum in Werkendam, The Netherlands, redesigned by Studio Marco Vermeulen

Yusuhara, Museo Puente de Madera / Kengo Kuma & Associates

Yusuhara, Museo y Puente de Madera / Kengo Kuma & Asociados

Aerial photo of the Olympic Park - London

London 2012 Olympic Park:The north park consists of picturesque sculpted landforms and wild river banks, while the south is a harder world of entertainment plazas and towpath edges.

Madách tér, hallgatói ötletpályázat, 2012 Madách square, student competition 2012 helyszín: Madách tér / Budapest Tervezte: Tarcali Dávid, Pongor Soma, Pásztor Bence A belvárosban található, jelenleg főleg parkolóként működő Madách tér arculatának tervezésére hallgatói ötletpályázat keretében került sor. A tér a hangsúlyos és széles ívelt megnyitás ellenére, karaktere és városi elhelyezkedése miatt leválik a mögötte húzódó térsorról és egy önmagában működő egységet alkot. Tervünkben pont e…

The Madách Square is situated in the center of Budapest, and now used as a parking area. Studio Nomad`s proposal was designed for a student competition.

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Water resilient terrain and plantings are designed to adapt to the monsoon floods in Yanweizhou Park in Jinhua City, Zhejiang Province, China.

Reminds me of an iceberg -- and iceberg themed public space would be fun! Charlotte Ammundsens Plads by Landskab

Farshid Moussavi: opening our eyes to new ways of city living

Farshid Moussavi: opening our eyes to new ways of city living

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