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Galería de Gimnasio del Colegio Asnières-sur-Seine / Ateliers O-S architectes - 12

Galería de Gimnasio del Colegio Asnières-sur-Seine / Ateliers O-S architectes - 12

Image 12 of 16 from gallery of Asnières-sur-Seine School Gymnasium / Ateliers O-S architectes. Photograph by Ateliers O-S architectes

São Luís Sports & Arts Gymnasium,1st Floor Plan

Gallery of São Luís Sports & Arts Gymnasium / Urdi Arquitetura - 39

Explorations Architecture completes a gorgeous multi-purpose sports hall in Tours, France that relies on daylighting and solar power.

Monconseil Sports Hall is a Luminous Naturally Daylit Gymnasium in France

Explorations Architecture completes a gorgeous multi-purpose sports hall in Tours, France that relies on daylighting and solar power.

Instituto de Artes Liberales Dharma Drum / KRIS YAO | ARTECH

Galería de Instituto de Artes Liberales Dharma Drum / KRIS YAO

Image 24 of 27 from gallery of Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts / KRIS YAO

District Courthouse Proposal / Chyutin Architects,Courtesy of Chyutin Architects

Gallery of District Courthouse Proposal / Chyutin Architects - 1

Image 13 of 14 from gallery of District Courthouse Proposal / Chyutin Architects. Courtesy of Chyutin Architects

Paulo Mendes da Rocha | The Pritzker Architecture Prize - Patriarch Plaza and Viaduct do Cha, São Paulo, Brazil, 1992

Selected Works: Paulo Mendes da Rocha_ Patriarch Plaza and Viaduct do Cha, São Paulo, Brazil, 1992 Photo by Bebete Viegas

La Kagu by Kengo Kuma I don't want wood but I love the idea of shallow cascading steps

Kengo Kuma uses a grand staircase to create a shop

A huge staircase interspersed with trees winds up to the entrance of this former Tokyo warehouse that Kengo Kuma and Associates has converted into a lifestyle store and cafe (+ slideshow).

From having a drink with goats to doing so while seated in hammocks, check out ten cafes where the least important thing is their coffee.

10 Coolest Coffee Shops

Starbucks in Japan by Kengo Kuma - This is what happens when you put a coffee shop next to a holy shrine. Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has just completed work on the Starbucks in Fukuoka Prefacture.