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archatlas: ORIGIN Tree House Atelier LAVIT have designed...


archatlas: ORIGIN Tree House Atelier LAVIT have designed the ORIGIN Tree House for their clients in France who wanted to have a unique cabin.

archatlas: Mosaic and Tile Floors Captured by Photographer...


archatlas: Mosaic and Tile Floors Captured by Photographer Sebastian Erras Photographer Sebastian Erras captures diverse and fanciful mosaic floors throughout Europe and Cuba, placing all of his downward-facing finds on his Instagram @parisianfloors.

archatlas: Nomadic homes Drawing from age old tradition yet...


archatlas: Nomadic homes Drawing from age old tradition yet unmistakably on-trend, the notion of the ‘nomadic home’ is increasingly a symbol of spontaneity and simple living.

archatlas: Davide Sasso


archatlas: Davide Sasso

archatlas: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History...


archatlas: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History LEGORRETA The original Fort Worth Museum of Science and History was built in 1954, afterward completed by the Noble Planetarium in 1955 and then the OMNI Theater in 1983 which has been preserved and integrated into the new building complex connected by the Omni Link.

archatlas: Bengal Stream Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh,...


archatlas: Bengal Stream Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, has one of the most important buildings of the 20th century: its parliamentary building by Louis I.

The Sahara Desert, Painted White With Snow


The Sahara Desert, Painted White With Snow: archatlas:

archatlas: The Memories Of The Future: Photographer Nuno Assis...


archatlas: The Memories Of The Future: Photographer Nuno Assis Captures Fantastic Photos Of Hong Kong Portuguese Nuno Assis’s photos show that there’s more to Hong Kong than the Big Buddha and the skyline.

archatlas: Villa Ottolenghi Swedish architectural...


archatlas: Villa Ottolenghi Swedish architectural photographer Åke E:son Lindman photographs this residence in Verona, Italy designed by Carlo Scarpa.

archatlas: Lighter Spaces by Francisco Infante-Arana and...


archatlas: Lighter Spaces by Francisco Infante-Arana and Nonna Goryunova

archatlas: Barcode, Oslo by Rainer Taepper Projects by Dark...


archatlas: Barcode, Oslo by Rainer Taepper Projects by Dark Architects, a-lab, MVRDV

archatlas: Serpentine Slides For A 19th-Century English...


archatlas: Serpentine Slides For A 19th-Century English Manor  In collaboration with London’s Purcell architecture firm, Manhattan-based architect Rafael de Cárdenas has designed an addition for a manor-house — an atmospheric pool pavilion with a set of sculptural slides.

archatlas: Pavillon Du Lac Daoust Lestage


archatlas: Pavillon Du Lac Daoust Lestage

archatlas: Star Wars by Laurent Pons


archatlas: Star Wars by Laurent Pons

archatlas: Cars and Architecture Read about the projects and...


archatlas: Cars and Architecture Read about the projects and photographers following the source link.

archatlas: Visitor center at Park Vijversburg Junya Ishigami +...


archatlas: Visitor center at Park Vijversburg Junya Ishigami + Studio MAKS2017 Images by Iwan Baan Visitor center at Park Vijversburg is positioned next to the historical villa of the Park.

archatlas: Plasencia Auditorium and Congress Center...


archatlas: Plasencia Auditorium and Congress Center SelgasCano With an open day and a concert by the Orchestra of Extremadura, the Palacio de Congresos de Plasencia officially opened on June 22 2017.

archatlas: Timelapse of Death Star Construction

archatlas: Timelapse of Death Star Construction

archatlas: Random City by Leticia Lampert In Brazilian based...


archatlas: Random City by Leticia Lampert  In Brazilian based designer Leticia Lampert‘s series, pictures of different places are mixed together tricking the viewer’s eyes when trying to identify where is it from.

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