Not All Doors Are 8 Feet Tall

architecture that lasts
it works for those who
need it
and surprises those who don't

fuckyeahomsk:

is my favorite bus stop in Omsk

fuckyeahomsk:

is my favorite bus stop in Omsk

(via architectureofdoom)

88floors:

Grid system by Ying Chang

(via alwaysinstudio)

ryanpanos:

The Truffle | Ensamble Studio | Via

The Truffle is a piece of nature built with earth, full of air. A space within a stone that sits on the ground and blends with the territory. It camouflages, by emulating the processes of mineral formation in its structure, and integrates with the natural environment, complying with its laws.

We made a hole in the ground, piling up on its perimeter the topsoil removed, and we obtained a retaining dike without mechanical consistency. Then, we materialized the air building a volume with hay bales and flooded the space between the earth and the built air to solidify it. The poured mass concrete wrapped the air and protected itself with the ground. Time passed and we removed the earth discovering an amorphous mass.

thedesignwalker:

Knokke by Carlo Colombo | Emmemobili

thedesignwalker:

Knokke by Carlo Colombo | Emmemobili

conceptmodel:

Parasitic Housing - M Parsons

conceptmodel:

Parasitic Housing - M Parsons

cabbagerose:

adaptable seating cube on wheels/ruetemple
via: dezeen

cabbagerose:

adaptable seating cube on wheels/ruetemple

via: dezeen

thedesignwalker:

BASALT tables basses en bois brûlé par Normal Studio

thedesignwalker:

BASALT tables basses en bois brûlé par Normal Studio

(via grmhrtdesigns)