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Edogawa Garage Club Renovation / Jun’ichi Ito Architect & Associates Edogawa Garage Club Renovation / Jun’ichi Ito Architect & Associates – ArchDaily

Edogawa Garage Club Renovation / Jun’ichi Ito Architect & Associates Edogawa Garage Club Renovation / Jun’ichi Ito Architect & Associates – ArchDaily

Facade.

Facade.

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Galería de Renovación del Club Edogawa Garage / Jun’ichi Ito Architect & Associates - 1

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Clarion Hotel & Congress in Trondheim, Norway by Space Group Architects

Gallery of Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim / Space Group - 15

Clarion Hotel & Congress in Trondheim, Norway by Space Group Architects

Gallery - Byggom AB Office Extension / Johan Sundberg arkitektur + Blasberg Andréasson Arkitekter - 10

Gallery of Byggom AB Office Extension / Johan Sundberg arkitektur + Blasberg Andréasson Arkitekter - 10

Gallery - Byggom AB Office Extension / Johan Sundberg arkitektur + Blasberg Andréasson Arkitekter - 10

Grüntuch Ernst Architekten | a f a s i a

Grüntuch Ernst Architekten | a f a s i a

Facciata ventilata ULMA CREAKTIVE Collezione ULMA by KALIKOS INTERNATIONAL

Facciata ventilata ULMA CREAKTIVE Collezione ULMA by KALIKOS INTERNATIONAL

Courtyard House VW by Areal Architecten

Galería de Casa Patio VW / Areal Architecten - 1

Courtyard House VW by Areal Architecten

Casa Lattice en Tokio, un proyecto de Apollo Architects & Associates #architecture

Casa Lattice en Tokio, un proyecto de Apollo Architects & Associates #architecture

Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, Belgian architects, built a church that is see-through. They called it Reading Between The Lines. It has 100 stacked layers of steel. It was designed specifically so that the landscape around can always been visible through the church, making the church both visible and absent in the world around it.

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Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, Belgian architects, built a church that is see-through. They called it Reading Between The Lines. It has 100 stacked layers of steel. It was designed specifically so that the landscape around can always been visible through the church, making the church both visible and absent in the world around it.

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