Falling Water, house by Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater or Kaufmann Residence is a house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in rural southwestern Pennsylvania, 43 miles km) southeast of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United
Lake Cottage is a reinterpretation of living in a tree house where nature is an integral part of the building. In a forest of birch and spruce trees along the Kawartha Lakes, the cottage is designed as a two storey, multi-uses space for a large.
The podium isle is an attractive way to add platform seating elements to public space design, creating a lively streetscape. The CorTen, or weathering resistant, steel base gives a warm feeling to this lively streetscape
Endre Penovac Serbian artist Endre Penovác renders fluffy felines with stark black watercolors and ink. Penovác heavily dilutes the pigments with water creating small rivers and splotches that perfectly mimic the texture of fur.
stylised elevation - Project Niitsitapi Calgary, Canada January 2015 Project Niitsitapi was a 24 hour entry into a competition that aimed to create new ideas on public space. Based in Calgary, Canada, the competition.