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A path in the forest by Tetsuo Kondo. Beautiful temporary walkway situated in Kardiorg Park, an urban forest, walk from the Old City of Tallinn, Estonia.

Modern Tiny House

Here is the Shell house located in Karuizawa in Japan, we owe this home to the Japanese architect Kotaro Ide of the studio Artechnic. Nestled in a thick forest, this house inspired by

Mobilier Urbain ☻

<Meditation Space>If I could begin each day with a walk through these zen-like arches with prayers upon my lips, it would be such a beautiful way to start the day. Road of the Sun (by DANI KARAVAN)

German artist Cornelia Konrads favorite creation in the woods, the theme is always: time and disappearance of gravity stationary.

German artist Cornelia Konrads favorite creation in the woods, the theme is always: time and disappearance of gravity stationary. I love the environmental art.

Referências essenciais do mundo da arte para a formação de qualquer arquiteto,Michael Heizer

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Referências essenciais do mundo da arte para a formação de qualquer arquiteto,Michael Heizer

Lys

In the Basque sculptor Eduardo Chillida Tindaya Mountain, on Fuerteventura. Chillida's idea was to create a large empty void inside, with dimensions 50 x 50 x 50 meters, with an entrance tunnel of 200 meters and two skylights.

Modern Nature-Inspired Furniture - The Egg Collective Won ICFF's Best New Designer Award (GALLERY)

Modern Nature-Inspired Furniture

Ekkehard Altenburger, mirror house temporary installation on the Isle of Tyree, Scotland mirror on steel frame 1996

Green Atrium, VAT83 Building, by PLH studio, Søborg, Copenhagen. Click image for full profile and visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa

The water is nice, but I'm not sure about those bench-cubicles. (The Green Atrium That Defines the Building, by PLH studio, Søborg, Copenhagen)

Jeppe Hein's interactive water feature "Appearing Rooms" outside the Royal Festival Hall in London; Walls of water rise and fall randomly to create a series of constantly changing 'rooms.'  Visitors often getting splashed in the process;  photo by aka Jon Spence, Flickr

This reminds me of water parks on the Greenway now.I love the idea of creating "rooms" of water. Water sculpture "Appearing Rooms" installation by Danish artist Jeppe Hein. In front of the Festival Hall in London

The_Goods_Line-ASPECT_Studios-CHROFI-06  Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

The_Goods_Line-ASPECT_Studios-CHROFI-06 Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

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the neue meile böblingen interprets a classical railway station street setting in a completely new way.

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