Here, The Crystal Dome is Swarovski Kristallwelten‘s museum and headquarters in Wattens in Austria. The Crystal Dome used 595 mirrors cover the walls, and creating a kaleidoscope of shifting shapes, reflections and colours…
Now, enjoy these fantastic images below:-)
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series is about European cathedrals’ ceilings that have beautiful intricate geometric patterns. Thanks for
“Vaults” David Stephenson, show us how amazing these architects are. If you like David Stephenson‘s work, you can buy his companion book on Amazon. Heavenly Vaults
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This house is renovated by architects Mole. It’s a 1960’s bungalow in Cambridgeshire is hidden behind a Siberian larch-clad extension with a row of gabled roofs. Enjoy these images:-)
Reflections at Keppel Bay is designed by architect Daniel Libeskind. It’s a family of curved towers beside a bay in Singapore.
The Reflections at Keppel Bay development includes a series of aluminium-clad apartment blocks that create over a thousand new residences in total.
This nice house designed by Japanese studio Yoritaka Hayashi Architects.
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Villa Amanzi in Phuket, Thailand is designed by Original Vision Architecture. The poor is amazing!!!
This architectural project is in Copenhagen, it was designed by studio MLRP.
This 40- square-meter space is a one-bedroom with storage units. After refurbishiment by
SFARO Architects, it’s look bigger and comfortable.
This big idea –
The Trench Bridge is designed by Dutch architecture firm RO&AD . It’s a pedestrian bridge that is almost entirely below water level.
Liddicoat & Goldhill constructed their own house in north London. This house named the Shadow House that using black engineering bricks and slabs of white marble.
about Shadow House information:
Architect and Main Contractor: Liddicoat & Goldhill LLP
Site: 38a St. Paul’s Crescent, London, NW1 9TN
Client, Architect and Main Contractor: David Liddicoat & Sophie Goldhill
Structural Engineers: Peter Kelsey Associates
Completion date: Winter 2011
Gross internal floor area: 77m2
Total construction cost: £210,000