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bluepueblo:

Bronze Dragon, Fuji-Yoshida City, Japan
photo via dejan

bluepueblo:

Bronze Dragon, Fuji-Yoshida City, Japan

photo via dejan

11 hours ago
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enochliew:

15th International Garden Festival by various designers

65 international designers created 22 garden installations.

(Source: refordgardens.com)

11 hours ago
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usfsacd:

Marcel Maslowski, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2012
Adv. Design B: “Activating the voids - Tampa, FL” - Fall 2010
Mass study for a speculative office tower 

usfsacd:

Marcel Maslowski, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2012

Adv. Design B: “Activating the voids - Tampa, FL” - Fall 2010

Mass study for a speculative office tower 

(via conceptmodel)

4 days ago
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animatedinspired:

"Math is easy; design is hard.” — Jeffrey Veen

animatedinspired:

"Math is easy; design is hard.” — Jeffrey Veen

(Source: , via arciphilia)

1 week ago
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gashetka:

2014 | SORTO Color sorting penholder concept | BHSAD (British Higher School of Art and Design) Thesis Project by Fedor Smekhov and Alexander Fedorov

Fedor Smekhov Contacts: f.smekhov@gmail.com

Alexander Fedorov Contacts: nsdk@yandex.ru

(via arciphilia)

12 hours ago
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Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]

Echo by Isabel M Martinez deals with the aspects of experience where the real, the known, and the imagined blend. Perception is a recurring theme within her work, and has become a foundation from which she explores ideas that reflect on notions of time, space, simultaneity, duration, and entropy. 

13 hours ago
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Featured Curator: Roberto Cruz Niemiec [ArchAtlas]

Wanda Koop is known for charting new directions in painting, pushing the boundaries of presentation and display with her monumental-scale painting installations, in which she incorporates poetic video and performance work. Her practice explores scenes of urbanization, industrialization, and robotic technology as it interfaces with the natural world, asking us to reconsider imagery that is delivered to us through both cultural history and contemporary broadcast media.

4 days ago
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