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archatlas: Bird’s Nest Atami Tearoom Hiroshi Nakamura


archatlas: Bird’s Nest Atami Tearoom Hiroshi Nakamura

archatlas: Kristjana S Williams​"Sometimes you see...


archatlas: Kristjana S Williams ​"Sometimes you see something so absolutely the opposite of your usual style that it stops you in your tracks and makes you smile.

archatlas: Portals Matt Walford


archatlas: Portals Matt Walford

archatlas: Calvin and Hobbes: The Force Awakens #2 Brian...


archatlas: Calvin and Hobbes: The Force Awakens #2 Brian Kesinger Story artist at Walt Disney animation studios / Artist for Marvel Comics.

archatlas: Space Oddity minayuyu


archatlas: Space Oddity minayuyu

archatlas: Vertical Gardens Patrick Blanc Nobody is more...


archatlas: Vertical Gardens Patrick Blanc Nobody is more familiar than Blanc with the secrets of the plants, from all over the world, that live on almost nothing, in the most unlikely situations, carpeting the forest understory in semi-darkness or clinging to rocky cliff faces.

archatlas: Keperra House A-CH (Atelier Chen Hung) The Keperra...


archatlas: Keperra House A-CH (Atelier Chen Hung) The Keperra House is situated at the rear boundary of the existing site, opening to the natural creek reserve and parkland beyond.

archatlas: Blizzard Christophe JacrotIt is the dream-like...


archatlas: Blizzard Christophe Jacrot It is the dream-like aspect of climate that interests me, as well as its romantic-fictional dimension and its unpredictability—that which emanates, after all, from the implacable whims of the skies and offers us an infinite range of atmospheric moods: a typhoon in Hong Kong, torrential rain in Tokyo, a snow storm in New York, icy rain in Greenland, a cloudburst in Paris, the monsoon in India, snowscapes in Iceland, a blizzard in Normandy, in Bucharest, or Chicago… I loved wandering through mega-cities as they grappled with weather phenomena, and capturing the harsh beauty of these “meteors” from the point of view of an observer of the fragile equilibrium of the world we live in.

archatlas: Premaydena House Misho+Associates The Premaydena...


archatlas: Premaydena House Misho+Associates The Premaydena house sits on a low podium on a largely wooded site on the Tasman Peninsula, south east of Hobart.

How Does the Education in Your State Compare to the Rest of the...


How Does the Education in Your State Compare to the Rest of the World?

archatlas: Sentimentalist Matthew DolsThe society we live in...


archatlas: Sentimentalist Matthew Dols The society we live in focuses on superficial beauty, and as a photographer I am a participant in this as much as anyone else.

archatlas: Walden House Selldorf Architects Located west of...


archatlas: Walden House Selldorf Architects Located west of Vail within the White River National Forest Mountain Range, this 12,000 sf house is orientated towards a new pond and the spectacular views of the surrounding Gore Range and New York Mountain.

archatlas: Casa Q2 Santiago Viale Lescano


archatlas: Casa Q2 Santiago Viale Lescano

archatlas: Qaisy Jaslenda


archatlas: Qaisy Jaslenda

archatlas: MAMM, Museum of Modern Art Medellin 51-1...


archatlas: MAMM, Museum of Modern Art Medellin 51-1 Arquitectos + Ctrl G Images via Ctrl G additional images via

archatlas: Brick William Hall Brick explores the beauty of...


archatlas: Brick William Hall Brick explores the beauty of brick through 169 structures dating from 2,100 BC to the present day.  Showcasing extraordinary early structures, such as the strange remains of the Ziggurat of Ur (2,100 BC) and the vast Baths of Caracalla in Rome (216 AD), Brick also features works by some of the most celebrated architects of the twentieth century, such as Alvar Aalto, Mies van der Rohe, and Frank Lloyd Wright.

archatlas: Qaisy Jaslenda


archatlas: Qaisy Jaslenda

archatlas: Elements of Time Nynke Koster The last months I...


archatlas: Elements of Time Nynke Koster The last months I searched for new architectural ornaments and it became the inspiration for new stools. The result is de collection Elements of time.

archatlas: Jason Kowalski From the artist: “I am interested...


archatlas: Jason Kowalski From the artist: “I am interested in objects that have a past. Their story is often forgotten and their characteristics of being worn out, broken and old are commonly seen as unattractive.

archatlas: Microcities Matteo Procaccioli Microcities is...


archatlas: Microcities Matteo Procaccioli Microcities is Matteo Procaccioli’s most recent project, and it completely changes perspective by choosing what’s known as the bird’s eye view.


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