Gallery of Ribbon Chapel / Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP - 8
Image 8 of 25 from gallery of Ribbon Chapel / Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP. Photograph by Koji Fujii / Nacasa & Partners Inc
5DMKII +16-35mm f/2.8 My first visit to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in NYC. The spiralling interior looks amazing from almost any angle and I should know since I took about 200 pictures of it :P Such a fun place to explore lines and composition, especially with a wide-angle lens. Kinda wish I had the 15mm fish-eye to capture even more abstract shots.
UK - London - Bloomsbury: British Museum - Great Court
The central quadrangle of the British Museum was redeveloped to become the Queen Elizabeth II Great Court, commonly referred to simply as the Great Court, during the late 1990s. Opened by Queen Elizabeth II in Decemer 2000, it is the largest covered square in Europe. Within the Great Court, there are shops and a café. It is deliberately open for longer that the British Museum itself. The tessellated glass and steel structured roof, by architect Norman Foster and engineering firm Buro…
Plot #183 / Bernard Khoury Architects
Completed in 2009 in Cyprus. Images by Bernard Khoury Architects. The Rmeil 183 residential building designed by Bernard Khoury Architects is located on a 247 m² land on lot #183 in a quiet residential area of...
AD Classics: AD Classics: Centre Georges Pompidou / Renzo Piano Building Workshop + Richard Rogers
Completed in 1977 in Paris, France. In the 1970's architects Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, both unknown at the time, collaborated and erected one of the most famous and radical...
Angled shipping container houses stairs for office by Potash
This office building by Tel Aviv studio Potash Architects is made up of shipping containers, including one balanced at a precarious angle
Aluminum Facade and Exterior Staircases Transform Historic Church
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