Tokyo-1 is a self-initiated project by French designer Clement Balavoine, exploring a unique perspective on the architecture and lifestyle in this beautiful Japanese city. "From Harajuku to Shibuya, Omotesando to Ginza, this photobook is a calm journey through the streets of Tokyo. The name of the book refers to the fact that all the pictures have been taken in one day." More photography inspiration via Abduzeedo
Radiotherapy Centre by hiendl_schineis architekten, Hof, Germany. The material used for the curtain-walling is copper, which will age with time. The changing seasons are reflected in the subtle colour changes in the metal, from luminous bright copper to a warm red-brown, from shiny to matt. The façade is divided in non-parallel sections that continue the lively interplay with the surrounding trees.