Villa Moller / Adolf Loos

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Street facade of the Viennese Villa Moller designed by architect Adolf Loos in 1928.

Loos visited the island of Skyros in 1904 and was influenced by the cubic architecture of the Greek islands. (sic)

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Façades / Roland Fischer

Roland Fischer - façades Docomo TokyoDocomo, Tokyo

Roland Fischer - façades, Holiday Inn, Sao PaoloHoliday Inn, Sao Paolo

Roland Fischer - façades Highschool #2, UtrechtHighschool #2, Utrecht

Roland Fischer - façades Dong Sanhuan, BeijingDong Sanhuan, Beijing

Roland Fischer - façades Metropolitan Plaza, ChongqingMetropolitan Plaza, Chongqing

Roland Fischer - façades Oio, MelbourneOio, Melbourne

Roland Fischer - façades Bank of America, AtlantaBank of America, Atlanta

Roland Fischer - façades Nikko, Paris Nikko hotel, Paris

Roland Fischer - façades Kitamagome, Tokyo family dwelling, Tokyo

Images from the ongoing photo series Facades by German photographer Roland Fischer (prev. seen here)

Technicolor Ooze / Jen Stark

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Technicolor Ooze, a new drippy mural in Culver City by artist Jen Stark.

Rain mural

Eduardo Souto de Moura Paula Rego museumExterior view of the Paula Rego Museum in Cascais, after a storm. The diagonal, board-formed concrete facade causes the rain to dry in a distinct tree-like pattern, mimicking the nearby plantings. Designed by Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura

Image by photographer Pedro Kok, via subtilitas

previously: Charter Oak

Warehouse and Showroom project / Molos Group

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Design proposal for a new retail showroom and warehouse in Pristina by Molos Group, a creative agency based in the Republic of Kosovo.

Un Week End à la Mer / Alain Bublex

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Un Week End à la Mer from the series Plug-in City (2000), by French artist Alain Bublex, found at Galerie Georges-Philippe et Nathalie Vallois

DNA house / BLAF Architects

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DNA, a cross shaped private house made of re-used bricks, located in Asse, Belgium, designed by BLAF Architecten.

Photos by Stijn Bollaert – via i love belgium

HiResLoRise / Oyler Wu

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Design proposal for the renovation of an existing building in Los Angeles, CA, by architects Dwayne Oyler and Jenny WU of Oyler Wu Collabotative.

The design involves a perforated metal mantle, set off the building just beyond the face of the existing windows, to create a flowing effect and mark the main entrance and restaurant area.

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Façades / Zacharie Gaudrillot Roy

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From the on going project Facades by French photographer Zacharie Gaudrillot-Roy

Shame intervention / Borondo

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Series of vitraux titled Shame, on the facade of Club K44, located in Athens, Greece, by Spanish street artist Borondo.

Artist previously feat. here.

HVW/CAPAC / Low Architecten

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The facade of  HVW/CAPAC– federal offices for migration- in Brussels designed by the Belgian studio Low Architecten.

Photos by Stijn Bollaert

Tinshed workspace / Raffaello Rosselli

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The re-purpose of an existing tin shed to a studio/ office in the inner-city suburb of Redfern, Sydney, Australia by architect Raffaello Rosselli.

The shed in its current state was dilapidated and structurally unsound. The original tin shed (click above thumbs) was disassembled and set aside while a new timber frame was erected. The layers of corrugated iron accumulated over generations of repair were reassembled on three facades. The materials have been left raw and honest, in the spirit of its industrial economy.

Photos by Mark Syke and Richard Carr

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click to enlarge project’s elevations and sections