There is, definitely, something special about visiting old buildings, where the atmosphere still keeps the memories about previous inhabitants and the events, which took place there centuries ago. Obviously, thanks to such atmosphere strong charisma of historic architecture is formed, which keeps attracting tourists, visitors and inspiring artists. The collection of historic architecture photographs is presented below as part of our mission to share inspiration by showcasing the brightest creative works of the most skillful and talented photographers, illustrators, and designers of today.
The Barceló Raval Hotel has become one of the most representative buildings of Barcelona in a few years. It is located in the heart of the city, within Raval district, one of the most modern areas of the Catalan capital.
The hotel was built as an elliptical construction, made up from two basements, a ground floor and ten high-rise floors. The project was born with some specific volumes marked by “PERI” of Raval in Barcelona, and all the attention goes in the direction of the axes of the elliptical plant. In the same way, depending on the direction from which it is seen, the building is perceived in a more or less volumetric way. The main objective is to allow viewers to perceive the formal continuity of the building from outside, as well as, two large volumetric pillars, on the ground floor, which withstand all the activities related to hotel management, leaving the rest of the floor free.
This modern property is placed on the outskirts of Puerto Banús, in one of the most famous and exclusive developments in the Sun Coast.
The Ark is a floating biosphere that provides escape from climate change effects such as extreme floods and other natural disasters.
The Auto Family House is a single family dwelling that creatively incorporates the automobile into the living space.
With a design similar to Newton’s Cradle, the table includes a suspended GEO lampshade and eight suspended hanging chairs that allow your guests to playfully sway.
This home by SAOTA and Antoni Associates is nestled in the cliff-top estate “The Cove” in Pezula, Knysna, South Africa.
Check out this amazing place in South Yarra, a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Experience every luxury, comfort and convenience in this masterfully designed and flawlessly conceived architectural marvel by Sue Carr.
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Showcasing the recent SX-70 Polaroid camera for The Impossible Project and its capabilities, NIGOdisplays a few samples at his IMPOSSIBLE for BAPE exhibition at BAPE GALLERY KYOTO this week. With photographers such as Keiichi Nitta, Meisa Fujishiro, TAKAHIROMIYASHITA, Takashi Kumagai, Tetsu Nishiyama and NIGO himself, the gallery displays the original Polaroid images as well as 900mm prints of each for sale to the general public for ¥150,000 JPY
The bedrooms have good storage facilities and one of them has access to a lovely terrace. The living room is the core of the house and has no less than 35 square meters. With plenty of natural light, high ceilings and charming decorations, this particular part of the apartment gets a subtle “royal” touch. Continue reading “A Spacious Scandinavian Apartment” »
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“Straw Hat Factory” is one of the most beautiful apartment blocks in Stockholm, check out more photos here
House in Gualba by H Arquitectes in thisispaper.com
The proposal wants to occupy all the buildable part of the parcel by means of a ground floor house, entailing a triangle shaped plan with each side parallel to its correspondent plot limit. This triangular geometry minimizes the distribution spaces (having only a central one), reduces the cost and allows a constant and homogeneous relation between both the inside and the outside…