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Norwegian practice Pushak architects have designed the Reinoksevatn Rest Stop, a wooden structure that serves as an open-air rest area. The resting-place is situated in a flat landscape on the top of the mountain transition, near a lake, in Finnmark,...
Decorative concrete has entered the vernacular for home design in 2019. With home magazines fawning over the appearance of chic and industrial concrete floors, more decorative concrete techniques exist today more than ever before. And as we are in the...
Inspired by a lifelong fascination with stone buildings, and particularly sacred stone architecture, British sculptor Simmonds Matthew carves into marble and stone intricate miniature architectural sculptures. After Matthew graduated from the University of East Anglia in 1984, he has worked...
Cité Radieuse Location: Marseille, France Architect: Le Corbusier Hamburg-based photographer Sebastian Weiss is particularly fascinated by the aesthetics of constructions and the beautiful details found in their shapes. In his photographs, Weiss documents architectural structures and captures fine details of buildings he finds...
Inspired by concrete buildings like Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water, and Tadao Ando’s Church of the Light, Mumbai-based studio Material Immaterial has created SPACES, a set of miniature concrete buildings 'to advocate and celebrate the...
Roost House is a conceptual residence imagined by French visual artist Benoit Challand.
Calvin Seibert (previously featured here) is a New York-based artist and expert sandcastles builder. He continues to explore various architectural styles in his amazing sculptural sand structures which he expertly builds with only a few, minimalistic tools. See below a...
French artist Noémie Goudal has created a series of black and white photographs depicting imagined buildings in barren landscapes, entitled "Observatories". Noémie's geometrical structures look like realistic architectural formations but they don't really exist. Actually, her monolithic structures were inspired...
Berlin-based architecture photographer Paul Eis reimagines buildings from Berlin and Hamburg by digitally replacing their original facades with new vibrant and colored ones. This is a small selection of Paul's colorful architecture photographs but you can see dozens on his...

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