https://www.behance.net/gallery/36593465/LPP-Office-Park-Gdansk

[LPP Office Park, Gdansk] opening of the screen as a central element for the opening of the ground floor / / good way finding internally towards the park as well

Tehran apartment block by Keivani Architects features faceted window frames and stained glass.

Tehran apartment block by Keivani Architects has stained glass windows

archatlas: “ Orsi Khaneh Faceted window frames project from the slatted timber and stained-glass facade of this apartment block in Tehran, designed by Iranian studio Keivani Architects The.

Sale Gallery / Exterior This project is for local Thai developer, Magnolia, and responds to changing market conditions in Thailand.

This project is for local Thai developer, Magnolia, and responds to changing market conditions in Thailand. It is not in central Bangkok, but well-located near a railway station and appeals to local or commuter buyers, hence the units are predominantl

I have always loved brick façades. The depth of the façade and rectangular windows look great. I bet the architect enjoyed drawing the elevations

I have always loved brick façades. The depth of the façade and rectangular windows look great. I bet the architect enjoyed drawing the elevations Colors of windows and brick

This building facade is made up of decorative concrete panels inspired by a pattern found on bank notes.

This building facade is covered in decorative panels made from concrete

This building facade is made up of decorative concrete panels inspired by a pattern found on bank notes // D’HOUNDT + BAJART architects & associates.

Vertical Living Gallery by Sansiri and Shma

Sansiri Vertical Living Gallery is an Alluring Bangkok Office Wrapped in Green

beautiful facade with living walls, wood, metal and glass Vertical Living Gallery in Bangkok Thailand Architects: Sansiri PCL Landscape Architect: Shma Company Limited (Photo: Wison Tungthunya)

15 Must-See Buildings With Unique Perforated Architectural Façades (Skins)_ 10 San Telmo Museum 3

light filters in through the perforated cast-aluminium envelope of the san telmo museum extension by nieto sobejano arquitectos in san sebastián, spain.

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