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Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision by Neutelings Riedijk Architects

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Architecture.

The building for the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects, is wrapped in a luxurious skin of colorful glass panels. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Garage in the Sky

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Architecture.

It’s a luxury tower in Chelsea, designed by Selldorf Architects, that features an elevator that lifts cars to the apartment owner’s floor, where they can park near the entry door. The 200 Eleventh Avenue website includes a video of how the sky garage system works. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Antique Wallpaper by GAMplusFRATESI

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Interior Design, Others, products.

This Antique Wallpaper, created by young and talented team GAMplusFRATESI, seems an antique motive but coming closer you will discover a thousands of ants crawling on the walls creating this baroque wallpaper. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Coromandel House by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects

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Architecture.

The Coromandel house was conceived as a container sitting lightly on the land. The intention of Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects was to reinterpret the New Zealand building tradition. The house has a simple rectangular plan with a mechanism to the deck that allows the box to open to the outside and the sun. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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Architect’s and Artist’s Apartements by AFGH

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Architecture, Interior Design.

Architect’s and Artist’s Apartements by AFGH The architects decided to use common materials such as concrete, wood, galvanised steel and glass. Colour only shows up in the bathroom walls, where they used coloured glass panels. Originally Posted On Coolboom

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