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...а потом случается "вау". #Budapest #Hungary #metro #subway #station #concrete #interior #modern #contemporary

...а потом случается "вау". #Budapest #Hungary #metro #subway #station #concrete #interior #modern #contemporary

Reflection & continuity is the main ideas behind this outdoor corridor where the color stripes of the wall continues in the floor as a reflection.

Reflection & continuity is the main ideas behind this outdoor corridor where the color stripes of the wall continues in the floor as a reflection.

2016 Flooring Trends: Terrazzo is Making a Comeback | Apartment Therapy

Everything Old is New Again: Terrazzo Flooring is Making a Comeback

we will relish in empty subway cars, because that will so rarely happen

New York City Subway in Mint Green 20x24 Rolled Canvas - affordable home decor - Custom Listing for Emma

we will relish in empty subway cars, because that will so rarely happen

The Architectural Spectacle that is Munich's Metro / @e_jaffe @The Atlantic Cities | images : Nick Frank [http://www.iso72.de/] | #socialcities

The Architectural Spectacle That Is Munich's Metro

The Architectural Spectacle that is Munich's Metro / @e_jaffe @The Atlantic Cities | images : Nick Frank [http://www.iso72.de/] | #socialcities

Nest Architects One of the more surprising trends I've noticed in the past year is the frequent use of terrazzo in residential interiors. This ubiquitous composite material is more commonly associated with schools, metro stations, and 1970s office buildings than with our homes.

Everything Old is New Again: Terrazzo Flooring is Making a Comeback

Nest Architects One of the more surprising trends I've noticed in the past year is the frequent use of terrazzo in residential interiors. This ubiquitous composite material is more commonly associated with schools, metro stations, and 1970s office buildings than with our homes.

Nest Architects One of the more surprising trends I've noticed in the past year is the frequent use of terrazzo in residential interiors. This ubiquitous composite material is more commonly associated with schools, metro stations, and 1970s office buildings than with our homes.

Everything Old is New Again: Terrazzo Flooring is Making a Comeback

Nest Architects One of the more surprising trends I've noticed in the past year is the frequent use of terrazzo in residential interiors. This ubiquitous composite material is more commonly associated with schools, metro stations, and 1970s office buildings than with our homes.

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