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China Resources University by Foster + Partners

The new China Resources University in Xiao Jing Wan – a coastal urban development located to the east of Shenzhen – is part of a larger mixed use development.

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COR-TEN steel is the perfect material for a winery in the prosecco area. #metalwork #architecture #corten #cortensteel #bricks #gate #wroughtirongate #classic #well #wine #winery #leforge #gonzatocontract #garden #green #rural #ferrobattuto #cancello #pozzo #design #metalwork #architecture #architettura #madeinitaly #italian #italy #prosecco #italianwine #drawing #handmade

https://flic.kr/p/H1H1S1 | Wandsworth Common Westside | A home refurbishment and extension in South West London designed by Granit Chartered Architects.

Renovation and remodelling of a house in Wandsworth Common into a beautiful modern home with exposed brickwork, crittal windows and eclectic furniture.

This conversion in the Irish village of Broughshane started out with something that was already truly an object of beauty: a crumbling old stone barn. With some clever manipulation, they turned the old barn into a light-filled, contemporary living space.

A small home built around an existing stone barn structure in Broughshane, Northern Ireland, UK. Designed by McGarry-Moon Architects.

Han Tumertekin, Cemal Emden · Bomonti Brewery · Architettura italiana

Abbandoned in the factory has been matter of discussion for long time, until a regeneration process started and the brewary turn into a cultural district, designed by Han Tumertekin.

Fantastic and beautifully detailed renovation by WT Architecture

Interiors: the great glass elevation

Wormit House in Fife, by William Tunnell Architecture. Great contrast between the stone and the glass; I love how this extension just punches out from the building.

A sliver of glazing stretches all the way up from the ground to the roof of this extension to a west London house.

Fraher Architects' house extension features a slice of glass

Image 7 of 17 from gallery of The Lantern / Fraher Architects. Photograph by Jack Hobhouse

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