Mads Krogshede

Mads Krogshede

Mads Krogshede
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CGI artist Forbes Massie unveils "completely seductive" renderings in London exhibition.

CGI artist Forbes Massie unveils "completely seductive" renderings in London exhibition.

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03. REPRESENT A SPACE **************** [GreenStone Garden - Landscape project by Konrad Wójcik, via Behance]

03. REPRESENT A SPACE **************** [GreenStone Garden - Landscape project by Konrad Wójcik, via Behance]

eyeofanarchitect:  alexhogrefe: Birds eye view: Site Plan nice photoshopping

eyeofanarchitect: alexhogrefe: Birds eye view: Site Plan nice photoshopping

Mapungubwe Interpretation Centre by Peter Rich Architects

Mapungubwe Interpretation Centre by Peter Rich Architects

Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design & Kengo Kuma & Associates | AA13 – blog – Inspiration – Design – Architecture – Photographie – Art

Nest We Grow / College of Environmental Design & Kengo Kuma & Associates | AA13 – blog – Inspiration – Design – Architecture – Photographie – Art

How do Travel Nurses Find New Work Assignments

How do Travel Nurses Find New Work Assignments

Architecture, Unique Prefabricated Dream Downtown Hotel Construction In Circle Perforated Wall Building In Grey And Wooden Combination At Ground ~ Amazing Hotel Building with Metal Panels

Architecture, Unique Prefabricated Dream Downtown Hotel Construction In Circle Perforated Wall Building In Grey And Wooden Combination At Ground ~ Amazing Hotel Building with Metal Panels

Berlin.

Berlin.

Tham & Videgård Arkitekter’s treehouse-inspired hotel in the far north of Sweden, near the small village of Harads, close to the Arctic Circle. The shelter is a lightweight aluminium cube hung around a tree trunk, (4×4x4 meters) clad in mirrored glass. The exterior reflects the surroundings & sky. The interior is made of plywood. Windows give a 360 degree view. A transparent ultraviolet colour is laminated into the glass panes to prevent birds colliding with the reflective glass.

Tham & Videgård Arkitekter’s treehouse-inspired hotel in the far north of Sweden, near the small village of Harads, close to the Arctic Circle. The shelter is a lightweight aluminium cube hung around a tree trunk, (4×4x4 meters) clad in mirrored glass. The exterior reflects the surroundings & sky. The interior is made of plywood. Windows give a 360 degree view. A transparent ultraviolet colour is laminated into the glass panes to prevent birds colliding with the reflective glass.