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A Brick Facade Appears to Melt Off of an Apartment Building in Margate.   How fun is this!? See more on Colossal:  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/10/building-alex-chinneck

A slacker. A Brick Facade Appears to Melt Off of an Apartment Building in Margate installation architecture

Do góry nogami EXAMPLE.PL

This London building appears to have been turned on its head, but it's actually an installation created by Hackney artist Alex Chinneck.

Mediterrrani 32 Project by Isern Associats.  Several homes like this in a wooded area in Dallas great community life.

Modern House Surrounded by Pine Trees with Wonderful Views

Mediterrani Sant Pol de Mar This house by Spanish architect Daniel Isern looks like a cluster of concrete cubes, stacked up on a steep hillside on the outskirts of Barcelona.

Shiny, shiny...melty disco balls from Rotterdam-based art collective Rotganzen.

QUELLE FÊTE, Melting Disco Balls by Rotganzen

Rotterdam-based art collective Rotganzen created QUELLE FÊTE, a series of art pieces that look like melting disco balls. The 2011 QUELLE FÊTE was a commiss

The Beatles' Apple Boutique in London with mural by Dutch psych-art collective known as The Fool.

Apple Boutique, London, 1967 British psychedelic fashion shop vintage clothing style late early mod rocker edgy looks iconic history

Beach stripes

Candy coloured houses in Costa Nova, Aveiro, Portugal. My favorite place in Portugal. Beautiful beaches and homes

"I vividly remember visiting Le Corbusier’s Notre Dame du Haut chapel in Ronchamp, France, just after graduating from architecture school. I kept sketching its sculptural façade while attempting to understand how such a small building could both dominate its site and feel so integrated." - Richard Landry

AD100 Architects and Designers' Most Inspiring Travel Destinations

The Ronchamp chapel in France designed by celebrated architect Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, better known as Le Corbusier

Twin House by Nook Architects | HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on interior design and home decoration.

Twin House by Nook Architects

Twin House Nook Architects bedroom Remodelista love how the flooring flows into a bench.

Amazing chair by Philipp Aduatz designed to look like it is melting.

Melting Chair by Phillipp Aduatz via design-milk : Made of glass fiber reinforced polymer with a special silver coating. --I wonder if he made the chocolate chair I saw in NYC years ago or was inspired by it?

they have art on the side of many buildings in Brighton, but nothing like this

Art on Side of Apartment building Lovely drawing and fashion from Liberty Street Art sidewalk art - STREET ART UTOPIA

Matching the horizon with white binding on trees. Just bizarrely amazing.

earth n site artist to decorate sidewalks, bricks, trees, etc .Zander Olsen 'Tree Line'. Trees wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon.

Manifest Destiny! Tiny Cabin Finds a Home Between San Francisco’s Downtown Skyscrapers. Cool story!

Manifest Destiny! Tiny Cabin Finds a Home Between San Francisco's Downtown Skyscrapers

Tiny Cabin Finds a Home Between San Francisco’s Downtown Skyscrapers Designers Jenny Chapman and Mark Reigelman created Manifest Destiny! A tiny cabin created from reclaimed barn wood wedged between two skyscrapers.

Small Worlds: Creative Miniature Scenes by Frank Kunert #inspiration #photography

Photographs of Small Worlds is a series of miniature scenes created using handcrafted models by German photographer Frank Kunert.

nice... But would have been even nicer with correct colour/shape combos. (what? Too picky?!)

A larger than life game of Tetris appeared on the Green Building at MIT in MIT engineers used a console to allow players to move, rotate, and drop colored blocks. Tetris on the Green is the Holy Grail of MIT hacks.