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Archi-Union Architects completed the design and development of Tea House, an inspiring Chinese home built in the backyard of the studio’s offices in Shanghai. The aim of the project was to embody harmony by integrating enclosure and openness, delightful living spaces and logical construction. A “house-of-the-future” look is discharged by the minimalist concrete and glass exterior, the quadrilateral shape as well as the mature tree embedded in the design.

The Tea House was designed by Shanghai-based architectural design firm Archi-Union Architects. [quote]The Tea House, located in the backyard of Archi-Union

Fantastically Strange Home in Germany

The Kuchlbauer Tower (German: Kuchlbauer-Turm) is an observation tower designed by Austrian architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser on the grounds of the Kuchlbauer Brewery in Abensberg, a town in Lower Bavaria in Germany.

Ecological Urban Housing, Leiden, The Netherlands by 24H Architecture

Architects have designed some houses in Nieuw Leyden, which is in the north of the city of Leiden, in The Netherlands. I like the mix of wood with brick, it adds contrast. I also like the unique design on the wood

Cohomology by dojoh @ deviantart

World's most photographed spiral staircase at the Vatican Museums. Designed by Giuseppe Momo in The stairs are actually two separate helixes, one leading up and the other leading down, that twist together in a double helix formation.

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Marble stair case and floor. Interior detail from AR House, Mexico by Lucio Muniain et al

White steps leading to modern black architectural buildings.   I love the dramatic, yet subtle steps, almost art itself.

Stairway Lighting Ideas– If you wish to include significant components to your staircase, you might be searching for some staircase lighting concepts to obtain motivated with.

Rooms With a View. What can I say? It's a room with a view!   Whimsical Home and Garden

Bunker on a cliff. Heavy handed and inaccessible. ♂ Women at War Museum / Charlotte Wilson architecture build on the edge of a mountain rock

The ‘Vertical Forest ‘ is a showcase project for sustainable architecture in the centre of Milan. The special thing about the two skyscrapers currently being built in the northern Italian city, is that the building envelopes integrate an amazing amount of greenery, approximately equivalent to a hectare of forest.

‘Bosco Verticale’ (Vertical Forest) by Boeristudio architects (Stefano Boeri): a vertical forest that will feature 900 trees, shrubs & plants— on the balconies of two residential towers in Milan, Italy.

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