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LTL Architects - Claremont University Consortium Administrative Campus, California, US (2011) #campus #university #educational

LTL Architects - Claremont University Consortium Administrative Campus, California, US (2011) #campus #university #educational

Claremont University Consortium Administrative Campus / LTL Architects

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AvB Tower / Wiel Arets Architects

AvB Tower / Wiel Arets Architects

Built by Wiel Arets Architects in The Hague, The Netherlands with date Images by Jan Bitter. The AvB Tower is a hyper-hybrid academic building and a dynamic hub threading The Hague’s central train station to th.

Green Lighthouse / Christensen & Co Architects

Green Lighthouse / Christensen & Co Architects

Completed in 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Images by Adam Mørk. Green Lighthouse is Denmark’s first neutral public building and home to the Faculty of Science at the University of Copenhagen. The building’s.

Keck Institute for Space Studies / Lehrer Architects

Keck Institute for Space Studies / Lehrer Architects

Built by Lehrer Architects in Pasadena, United States with date Images by Benny Chan.

Centre départemental de loisirs | Marjan Hessamfar & Joe Vérons architectes associés

Centre départemental de loisirs | Marjan Hessamfar & Joe Vérons architectes associés

Shanghai studio Archi-Union used differently sized bricks to make waves across the exterior of this restaurant and members' club at a cultural heritage park in Chengdu, China

Shanghai studio Archi-Union used differently sized bricks to make waves across the exterior of this restaurant and members' club at a cultural heritage park in Chengdu, China

Schneider & Lengauer arquitectos: Cementerio + estela habitación hopfgarten

Schneider & Lengauer arquitectos: Cementerio + estela habitación hopfgarten

This beautifully serene house, built in downtown Hiroshima by Hiroshi Nakamura/NAP, features an optical glass facade to let in light and air, an interior pond, and a garden and soaring trees, which are visible from every room. The house is tucked into a space between two large residential buildings as well as some shops. Natural wood and earth tones are used throughout the home to create a natural, peaceful oasis.

This beautifully serene house, built in downtown Hiroshima by Hiroshi Nakamura/NAP, features an optical glass facade to let in light and air, an interior pond, and a garden and soaring trees, which are visible from every room. The house is tucked into a space between two large residential buildings as well as some shops. Natural wood and earth tones are used throughout the home to create a natural, peaceful oasis.

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