Даниил Заборовский

Даниил Заборовский

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Даниил Заборовский
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this is a portal into faerie and nobody can tell me otherwise. <<< good visual for the portal to Electra's hideout

this is a portal into faerie and nobody can tell me otherwise. <<< good visual for the portal to Electra's hideout

Hello Wood started as an art camp in 2010 for students in architecture and design and has grown into a unique international project involving more than 20 un...

Hello Wood started as an art camp in 2010 for students in architecture and design and has grown into a unique international project involving more than 20 un...

Structure en balbou à Paipei, Taiwan, Marco Casagrande (finlandais)

Structure en balbou à Paipei, Taiwan, Marco Casagrande (finlandais)

gabion gate column construction sequence http://www.gabion1.com.au

gabion gate column construction sequence http://www.gabion1.com.au

Road of the sun (by DANI KARAVAN) by double-h, via Flickr

Road of the sun (by DANI KARAVAN) by double-h, via Flickr

Vez h3t 009 rostislav zapletal 2013

Vez h3t 009 rostislav zapletal 2013

Wood moon gate.  Moon Gates are a traditional element of Chinese gardens!

Wood moon gate. Moon Gates are a traditional element of Chinese gardens!

Vật Liệu Thông Minh

Vật Liệu Thông Minh

Bamboo tunnel

Bamboo tunnel

The winner of the City of Dreams Pavilion Competition 2010, the sustainable design of Ann Ha and Behrang Behin’s Living Pavilion, was installed on New York's Governors Island for the summer 2010 season as a temporary central gathering and assembly point for arts activity on the island. Living Pavilion was a low-tech, low-impact installation that employed milk crates as the framework for growing plants, similar to a green wall. The pavilion’s surface is planted with hanging shade-tolerant…

The winner of the City of Dreams Pavilion Competition 2010, the sustainable design of Ann Ha and Behrang Behin’s Living Pavilion, was installed on New York's Governors Island for the summer 2010 season as a temporary central gathering and assembly point for arts activity on the island. Living Pavilion was a low-tech, low-impact installation that employed milk crates as the framework for growing plants, similar to a green wall. The pavilion’s surface is planted with hanging shade-tolerant…