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Tokyo's Reverse Destiny lofts

Tokyo's Reverse Destiny lofts

colorful houses in Japan

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Reversible Destiny Lofts - Tokyo - Japan - 2005 - Shusaku Arakawa and his creative partner, poet Madeline Gins - Small apartments complex built in 2005 in the Tokyo suburb of Mitaka - this is some very cool architectural design, I love it!

James Law Cybertecture - Wadala Tower in Mumbai

Mumbai,India~~Wadala tower is the tallest mix-use tower in the world,~~ designed by world renowned architect James Law. Wadala Tower is a century ultra-futuristic “Cybertecture” skyscraper situated in the heart of India.

Roppongi stacked mini greenhouses - Urban Farm

Urban farm right in the center of Tokyo. Visitors can see the process of how vegetables grow and also eat the vegetables at the restaurant next door to this farm. "This is a place where agriculture and people become close.


architecture city art color colorful rainbow urban building d.

Fusion Escalator by Edward Tian, structure, futuristic building, construction, futuristic architecture

Now here is an escalator I might actually ride.no steps and streamlined sides - Fusion Escalator by Edward Tian, structure, futuristic building, construction, futuristic architecture

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house on the water; looks like a floating houseboat.on my I could live here.as long as my sewing machine could plug in somewhere.

Wonder where this is.

It's like a modern whoville! landscape architecture + urban design Namba Parks in Osaka, Japan. cities can be green spaces. I absolutely love this reinvention of the modern city!

“Kolonihavehus” by Tom Fruin (image credit: Nuno Neto)

Tom Fruin: Works Imagine the play of light and color inside this stained glass dream of a house!

Chrysler Building, 1930. Art Deco Style. Manhattan, New York. Architect William Van Alen

The Queen of Art Deco - 1930 Chrysler Building, Manhattan, New York. The Chrysler Building was was built before the Empire State building for Walter Chrysler's growing business. (Chrysler paid for it out of his own pocket, not out of the business).

Teacup terrace, Tokyo Japan

Niimi teacup balconies building in Kappabashi, Tokyo - I want to see these in real life! I luv japan

A building without a right angle by Szotynscy and Zaleski from Poland

Krzywy Domek, a shopping center in Sopot, Poland. Designed by Szotynscy and Zaleski, its peculiarity is it has no right angle walls. All walls are curved. The creators were inspired by fairy tales of Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg.