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Gallery of KAIROS / João Quintela + Tim Simon - 9

Gallery of KAIROS / João Quintela + Tim Simon - 9

While it is a photo of the staircase in isolation, it shows great resemblance in shape and design to the path used in Queenscliff's floating staircase. The use of hard grey material and the natural lighting affects the light and shade on the path.

Steel Stud Parapet “Old Timer.”—Wood blocking and a cant anchored to the structural deck restrain membrane shrinkage at parapet. Notice the continuity of the control layers.

Steel Stud Parapet “Old Timer.”—Wood blocking and a cant anchored to the structural deck restrain membrane shrinkage at parapet. Notice the continuity of the control layers.

Ripolles-Manrique House by Teo Hidalgo Nácher | HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on interior design and home decoration.

Ripolles-Manrique House by Teo Hidalgo Nácher

Ripolles-Manrique House by Teo Hidalgo Nácher | HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on interior design and home decoration.

ARCHITECTURE | DETAILS | Photo Credit: Unknown. (please let me know orignal source so that I can include appropriate credit) Adore the work of #PeterZumthor. Visiting #TheThermeVals in person trully changed my life, to experience illuminating an interior with intention at its finest.

ARCHITECTURE | DETAILS | Photo Credit: Unknown. (please let me know orignal source so that I can include appropriate credit) Adore the work of #PeterZumthor. Visiting #TheThermeVals in person trully changed my life, to experience illuminating an interior with intention at its finest.

Sustituyendo a las persianas : paneles pivotantes | Pivot screening on the outside of the Aalen University extension by MGF Architecten

Aalen University Extension / MGF Architekten

Sustituyendo a las persianas : paneles pivotantes | Pivot screening on the outside of the Aalen University extension by MGF Architecten

The Natural History Museum of London. It was built from 1873-1880 by Alfred Waterhouse after the original designer Francis Fowke died. As can be seen from these columns, Waterhouse added his own Romanesque touches.

The Natural History Museum of London. It was built from 1873-1880 by Alfred Waterhouse after the original designer Francis Fowke died. As can be seen from these columns, Waterhouse added his own Romanesque touches.