Beyond Brutalism: Five Examples Of Wildly Innovative Concrete Architecture
The RATP Bus Center, in France, by ECDM Architects has embossed dots on its concrete facade, which makes it look like a perforated metallic building from some angles and a giant LEGO block from others.
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Southern California Institute of Architecture -- digital fabrication installation by ll.
"Sclera" elliptical wooden pavilion by David Adjaye, at the London Design Festival
A rope has tactile texture because you can physically touch the grooves between the twisted strands. Although, a picture of a rope only has visual texture. (unless you are physically holding a print of the picture of rope)
Rod Monkey, Zig Zag Zeeburg The wonderful facade of the block of flats known as Hoop, Liefde en Fortuin (Hope, Love and Fortune - 3 windmills which used to stand in this location) in the district of Zeeburg, Amsterdam.