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Rejilla para desagüe pluvial, concreto, hecha a mano, Instituto cultural Cabañas

Rejilla para desagüe pluvial, concreto, hecha a mano, Instituto cultural Cabañas

Smith Point Residence | Landscape Architect: H. Keith Wagner Partnership | Architect: Birdseye Design | Image Credit: Westphalen Photography | This property on Shelburne Farms includes a main house, guest house and barn complex set on 20 acres of rolling meadow and woodland with commanding views of Lake Champlain. In master planning the site, special attention was given to solar orientation, views and utilizing the existing grade change to integrate with the architecture of the main house.

Edge Detail contemporary landscape, lighting, grasses - get this look using Lumenesk garden bollard lights.

Subtiele bewegwijzering voor voetgangers, voorkomt een woud aan verwijsbordjes.

This looks like a museum floor tile where they put the directions to a certain exhibit which I think is really cool. It stands out against the normal brick, and is eye-catching whilst also being small and not really a big deal.

Good Brick

Brick wall decor will give a lovely flair to your home! Be it sumptuous or country-like, the brick facade deserves a place in your home!

HeineJones, an interdisciplinary design consultancy based in Melbourne, was approached by the city council of Footscray to design an interpretive solution describing the function and intent of a new “rain garden” installed as part of a streetscape redevelopment for Leeds Street. HeineJones’ solution presented the function and intent of a water garden as a piece of poetry, laser cut though the steel plate of the tree grates.

The intent of the design is to engage the public in an emotive and legible way, whereby the passage and movement of the water into the system is through the information itself. -Leeds Street Tree Grates by HeineJones in Footscray

Imagen 2 de 23 de la galería de Casa San Juan / C3 Arquitectos. Fotografía de Ricardo Rodríguez

Galería de Casa San Juan / C3 Arquitectos - 2

In the heart of San Juan Cosala, in the "Rivera de Chapala,” the Casa San Juan finds itself between imposing mountains to the north and the relaxing Lake Cha.